Responding to the Mujasima who argue that 'Ilm Al-Kalam is an impermissible discipline, and that its conclusions cannot be used as a basis for belief
Some claim that Allah ﷻ’s attribute of speech is composed of uncreated utterances pronouncing Arabic words. We argue that this impossible, because such pronunciations would exist contingently, and what is contingent depends on a creator to have brought it into existence.
The Mujasima believe that Allah ﷻ is attributed with “emergent”, yet “uncreated” qualities. This is perhaps the most ridiculous of all their beliefs, and that is for many reasons. We offer three in this article.
A response to those who latch onto Ibn Al-Salah’s mistaken opinion, in order to argue for the decisiveness of singular reports. In particular, singular reports found in the two Sahihs.
Regarding the indecisiveness of singular reports. Contrary to the opinion of those who claim a singular report, which satisfies the conditions of authenticity, is decisively reliable.