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Maturidism is one of the main branches of Sunnism and it was founded by Abu Mansur al-Maturidi around the 9th to 10th century.[5][1]

It is also one of the 3 main branches of Sunnism alongside the Asharis and Atharis and its members mainly follow the Hanafi madhab.[8][10] Maturdis believe that not all of God's attributes are seperate from him,[11] humans needing guidance from messengers to find God,[11] and the six articles of faith.[12]

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  12. Oliver Leaman The Qur'an: An Encyclopedia Taylor & Francis 2006 ISBN 978-0-415-32639-1 page 41