Maturidi, who is one of the leading scholars in Islamic thought, lived in Transoxiana where different ideas from Islamic geography were intensively discussed. Maturidi came across with various Islamic and non-Islamic schools of thoughts in his era and acquainted himself with different philosophical and religious ideas. Maturidi trained himself in accordance with wide-scale opinions. Maturidi did not evaluate Islamic faith with the context of absolute debates; instead he issued Islamic thought with philosophical, sociological, psychological and educational perspectives. Maturidi approached the Creator-human relation and the reasons behind the existence of humanity in accordance with Qur'an, authentic hadith and mind. He made a breakthrough in Islamic thoughts and handled various phenomena in accordance with freedom of humanity and freedom of will as well as psychological and philosophical analysis of human behaviors.