List of Muslim theologians

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This is an incomplete list of notable Muslim theologians.

Traditional Theologians and Philosophers[edit]

See also early Muslim philosophy, Islamic philosophy

Early Sunni Theologians and Philosophers[edit]

Imams of Fiqah[edit]

  1. Imam Abu Hanifa
  2. Imam Ahmad bin Hanbal
  3. Imam Shafi
  4. Imam Malik bin Anas
  5. Imam Shurunbali
  6. Imam Muhammad (Student of Imam Abu Hanifa)
  7. Imam Abu Yusuf
  8. Imam Sheikh Sidi Abd' Rahman
  9. Imam Ibn' Ashir
  10. Imam Ahmad Raza Khan
  11. Imam Shah Walliullah
  12. Imam Abdul Wahab
  13. Imam Ibn Ali Zayad al Qayrawani
  14. Imam al Shatibi


Imams of Hadith[edit]

Medieval Theologians and Philosophers[edit]

Modern Theologians and Philosophers[edit]

See also modern Islamic philosophy, Islamization of knowledge

Early Shia Theologians and Philosophers[edit]

See: List of Shia Imams

Twelvers (Athna Ashri) Imams[edit]

  1. Ali ibn Abu Talib
  2. Hasan ibn Ali
  3. Husayn ibn Ali
  4. Ali ibn Husayn (Ali Zainulabideen)
  5. Muhammad al-Baqir
  6. Jafar Sadiq
  7. Musa al-Kazim
  8. Ali al-Rida (Ali Raza)
  9. Muhammad al-Taqi
  10. Ali al-Hadi (Ali Naqi)
  11. Hasan al-Askari
  12. Muhammad al-Mahdi

Zaidiyyah (Fivers) Imams[edit]

  1. Ali ibn Abu Talib
  2. Hasan ibn Ali
  3. Husayn ibn Ali
  4. Ali ibn Husayn (Zayn al-Abidin)
  5. Zayd ibn Ali

Seveners Imams[edit]

  1. Ali ibn Abu Talib
  2. Hasan ibn Ali
  3. Husayn ibn Ali
  4. Ali ibn Husayn (Zayn al-Abidin)
  5. Muhammad al-Baqir
  6. Jafar Sadiq
  7. Ismāʿīl ibn Jaʿfar

Historiographers, political scientists, and sociologists[edit]

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