Da'ra Ta'ard Al Akl w Al Nakl (Second Edition) (Part 2) is a manuscript on the science of belief. It was written by Ibn Taymiyyah, Ahmed bin Abdul Halim bin Abdul Salam, who died in 728 AH and was copied in the Naskh script in the thirteenth century AH. The number of sheets reached 145 sheets, and the number of lines was 25, with a size of 22.5 x 14.5 cm. The beginning of the manuscript: (The right meaning in the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) hadith "they become their wives now based on Allah religion, it Allah's words and order", It has two meanings, first: those who glorify al-Ash’ari and his likes from the people of speech such as al-Bayhaqi...). End of the manuscript: (Third opinion belongs to Imams of the Sunnah that "Whatever Allah wills will happen and what He does not will, cannot happen." This obligation is necessary for His will and power, not contradicting His Will. Rather, He (Allah), Glory be to Him, creates what He wills and chooses."). This is a copy representing the second part of the book, and some places are white, stamped and owned by Hamoud bin Obaid Al-Rasheed, dated 1305 AH, then an endowment (Waqf) of Imam Abdullah bin Faisal written in black ink.