The articles written to provide a positive case for the truth of Islam, as well as to offer some general pointers on theology overall. Most articles assume the reader is familiar with the contents of the “Basics of Kalam” section.

Basics of Kalam

Ways of Knowledge
Standards of Judgement 
Categories of Rational Judgement
Categories of Nomic Judgement

Proving Islam

Bodies are Emergent
God Exists
Distinguishing God from Creation
The Divine Attributes
Oneness of Being
Oneness of Attributes
Oneness of Creative Action
Prophets and Miracles
Prophethood of Muhammed

Maxims of the Mutakalim

The Categories of Rational Judgement are Three
Existent Possible Essences are Contingent
Emergents are Contingent
Contingents are Emergent
Whatever can Come to an End, Must have a Beginning
Tasalsul is Impossible
Axioms are Necessary
Realities do not Transform
Relations are Abstract
Changing Relations

Kalam on the World

Bodies are Emergent
Defining Time
Do We Need to Prove that the Whole World is Emergent?
Is Rest Impossible for Bodies?
Using Relativity to Support Burhan Huduth Al-Ajsam
Burhan Al-Tatbiq: Between the Philosophers and Cantor
Al-Razi: the Chief Argument for the World’s Beginninglessness

Kalam on God

God Exists
God is Changeless
Beginninglessness for God
God is Attributed with all Necessary Qualities

Kalam on Power and Will

 World’s Emergence as Proof for Power & Will

Kalam on Speech

Al-Razi: The Essence of Speech
The Miracle as Proof for Speech
Sounds and Letters are Created
Al-Razi: Distinguishing Speech from Will


 Abd Al-Qahir: the Sophists