Islamic Thought-answer prompt in word doc
1) the importance that both the Qur’an and Hadith attribute to knowledge,
learning, and the human responsibility to use one’s “intellect”;
2) the need to address natural questions that arose from Qur’anic statements and Islamic doctrinal beliefs about the nature of God, issues of human responsibility and accountability after death, etc.;
3) political divisions and conflicts that led to the development of a variety of theological and religious views;
4) the presence and influence of other traditions of learning (Greek, Persian, Indian, Jewish, Christian) that Muslims encountered as their empire expanded.
Which of these (you should discuss at least two) were the most important contributors to Islam’s culture of learning and intellectual endeavor, and why?