These books are devoted to the specific matter of differences between Ashárīs and Maturīdīs and are commonly known:

1. Al-Rawđatu’l Bahiyyah fī mā Bayna’l Ashāýirah wa’l Māturidiyyah by Imām Ĥasan ibn Ábdu’l Muĥsin Abū Ádhbah [around 1172 AH]

2. Qaşīdah an-Nūniyyah by Imām Tājuddīn Ábdu’l Wahhāb as-Subki [d.771 AH,] which he appended in the biographical note on Imām Abu’l Ĥasan al-Ashárī in his magnum opus: ‘Ţabaqāt ash-Shāfaýiyyah

3. Nažmu’l Farāyid wa Jamú’l Fawāyid fī bayāni’l Masāyi’l al-latī waqáa fīha’l ikhtilāfu bayna’l māturīdiyyah wa’l asháriyyah fi’l áqāyid by Imām Ábdu’r Raĥīm ibn Áli famously known as Shaykh Zādah [d.944 AH]

4. Al-Musāyarah fi’l Áqāyid al-Munjiyyati fi’l Ākhirah [al-jāmiáh li işţilāĥāti’s salaf wa’l māturidiyyah wa’l ashāýirah] of Kamāluddīn Muĥammad Ibn al-Humām al-Ĥanafi [d.861AH] the author of the masterpiece of Ĥanafī fiqh: Fat’ĥu’l Qadīr.

5. An exegesis of the above by the shāfiýī imām, Nāşiruddīn Muĥammad Ibn Abi’sh Sharīf al-Maqdisi [d.906AH] titled: ‘ Al-Musāmarah Sharĥ al-Musāyarah

6. Al-Íqd al-Jawharī fi’l Farqi bayna Kasbay al-Māturīdī wa’l Ashárī. Ibn Áābīdin named this book by Shaykh Khalid an-Naqshbandi which he mentioned in his biography: ‘Sall al-Husām al-Hindi li Nusrati Mawlānā Khālid an-Naqshbandi.’ [Rasayil Ibn Áābīdin, Vol.2/Pg.323]

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These differences are also mentioned in many other works including:

1. Usūl ad-Dīn of Imām Şadr al-Islām Pazdawi (d.493 AH) where he discusses in the last part of his book.

2. Minaĥ ar-Rawđ al-Azhar Sharĥ Fiqh al-Akbar by Mullā Álī al-Qāri (d.1014 AH)

3. Đaw al-Máālī álā Badyi’l Amālī by Mullā Álī al-Qāri (d.1014 AH)

4. Sharĥ al-Áqāyid an-Nasafiyyah and Sharĥ al-Maqāşid by Imam Sāaduddīn Masúūd ibn Úmar at-Taftāzānī, (d.793AH) a celebrated master of kalam.

5. Sharĥ al-Mawāqif by Sharīf Álī ibn Muhammad al-Jurjāni (d.816 AH).

6. Sharĥ Umm al-Barāhīn by Imām Muhammad ibn Yūsuf as-Sanūsi (d.895AH) and its supercommentary: Ĥāshiyah ad-Dussūqi álā Sharĥi Umm al-Barāhīn by Muĥammad ibn Árfah ad-Dussūqī al-Maliki [d.1230 AH.]