Sahih Bukhari In The Light Of Quran
As I understand, among the criteria set by Imam Bukhari to validate ahadith did not include “validation by Quran”. It was only about the Sanad (chain of narrations) and authenticity of narrators, etc. I appreciate that Imam Bukhari was focused only on the shortlisting based on “Sanad” (as it was chaotic and critical at that time) and the validation from Quran can be (could have been) done at any time by scholars later, since Quran is preserved.
My first question is which known scholars contributed towards that pending task? i.e. to further shortlist/filter the Sahih-sanad ahadith of Bukhari in the light of Quran? (because clearly many Sahih hadiths contradict each other and also contradict the Quran).
I understand Javed Ahmed Ghamidi has contributed massively here, but I want to know some names from early era, e.g. Hajar Asqalani? (please correct me if I am wrong) and are there more I should know about if I want to read.
My second question is: Why don’t we have an Ijmaa on those Sahih hadith that clearly go against the Quran? The general Muslim Ijmaa (including scholars) are still blind following and endorsing all Sahih hadith. Why/how?
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