This research aims to address the most recent Islamic belief courses taught at Sharia colleges. Such significant courses have been surrounded by some complexities in its method. It is also can be noted that teaching these courses at Sharia colleges has a lack of its academic skills as well as confusing in order of priorities and drowning in its history. This study stresses that it is highly important to modernize these Islamic belief curricula to be suited with our contemporary life. To do so, these courses must be tied up with our modern issues as well as benefiting from contemporary sciences to deepen the understanding of Islamic faith. Moreover, we must give our priorities to good deeds rather than provoking controversy about historical issues of Islamic belief. Islamic belief courses should also focus on how its issues can be discussed and presented as the Holy Quran has stated and shown.
Al-Omari, Mohammed Khair Hassan
"The Courses of Sharia Colleges between Reality and Expectations –The Doctrine as a Model -,"
Jordan Journal of Islamic Studies: Vol. 15
, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jois/vol15/iss1/3