3rd Annual CEI Q-Conference
Theme: Voices from the Qur’an: Unravelling duas from a sacred text
Date: Monday 29th August 2016, 11.00-21.00 | MIC, 81-103 Euston St, London, NW1 2EZ (London Euston).
Register: Registration compulsory, click on ‘register’. Please note this is an all day programme, and as there are limited spaces, only those able to commit to the full day of study should register.
- Dr Akram Nadawi
- Dr Salwa el-Ewa
- Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam
- Shaykh Ahmed Babikir
- Ustadh Ibrahim Osi-Efa
- Ustadh Thaqib Mehmood
- Saquib Ashraf
Abstract: The Qur’an is overflowing with voices that implore their Lord for favours- many of which we echo day-to-day in our busy lives. But, have we really grasped a deep understanding of the duas we utter?
In this year’s Q-conference, we will highlight five disparate voices in the Qur’an, and explore What, Where, Why, When and How they supplicate. In so doing, we hope to establish the context of these well-known prayers in the Qur’an and reflect on the practical lessons contained therein
Programme: The following passages will be explored during three sessions. Although a study pack will be issued at registration, students are strongly encouraged to read the verses in English and Arabic before the programme.
Registration; coffee/tea:11.00-11.30 | Introduction: 11.30-12.00 | Session 1: 12.00-14.30 | Lunch* (Zuhr): 14.30-15.30 | Session 2: 15.30-18.00 | Tea Break (Asr): 18.00-18.30 | Session 3: 18.30-20.45 (incl. Maghrib and close)
* Lunch not provided, there are many cafes and eateries around the Euston area.