Abu Hanifa al-Nu'man b. Thabit b. Zutu b. Marzuban, known as Abu Hanifa for short, or reverently as Imam Abu Hanifa by Sunni Muslims, was an 8th-century Kufan Sunni Muslim theologian and jurist, who became the eponymous founder of the Hanafi school of orthodox Sunni jurisprudence, which has remained the most widely-practiced law school in the Sunni tradition. He is often alluded to by the reverential epithets al-Imam al-a'zam ("The Greatest Leader") and Siraj al-a'imma ("The Lamp of the Leaders") in Sunni Islam.
Born to a Muslim family in Kufa, Abu Hanifa is known to have travelled to the Hejaz region of Arabia in his youth, where he studied under the most renowned teachers in Mecca and Medina at the time. As his career as a theologian and jurist progressed, Abu Hanifa became known for favoring the use of reason in his legal rulings (faqih dhu ra'y) and even in his theology. Abu Hanifa's theological school is what would later develop into the Maturidi school of orthodox Sunni theology.
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