nature and hidden manifestation of god point of view Ibn Arabi and De Leon

maryam navvabi Ghamsari

Volume 20, Issue 3 , January 0, Pages 1-20

  Present paper is comparative search of point of view of Ibn Arabi, and Moses De Leon, well-known author of zohar, about nature and invisible manifestation of God. In ontology approach of two thinkers, about making clear nature of God and Him manifestation in creation ranks, there is considerable proximity. ...  Read More

God's wisdom and will and the relationship between the two from in Ibn Sina and Descartes

Akbar Orvati Movafagh; Abolghasem Asadi

Volume 20, Issue 3 , January 0, Pages 21-40

  the discussion of divine information and how to define , describe and explain them is of the most important and fundamental issues in words and philosophy during the history of human thought . among the divine attributes which are subject to many scientific controversies , the quality of science and ...  Read More

Critique and Analysis of Education Based on Divine Illumination in Augustine's Philosophy of Language

Mohsen Bohlooli Faskhoodi

Volume 20, Issue 3 , January 0, Pages 41-60

  The present paper aims to evaluate Augustine's view of education and its affinities with language in teacher talk. It accomplishes its aim by proposing three teaching models based on recollection, ostension, and illumination. Adopting a descriptive-inferential research method, the article first describes ...  Read More

A Critical Study of Skeptical Views Raised on Impact of People of Scripture on Prophet of Islam (PBUH) and the Holy Quran with Emphasis on Orientalists’ Views

seyed ali shaygan; hasan saeidi

Volume 20, Issue 3 , January 0, Pages 61-86

  The holy Qur'an was revealed as universal Law to the great Prophet of Islam (PBUH) in an environment in which many religions including Judaism, Christianity, Magianism and Sabeanism had many followers. As a result, in addition to addressing the polytheists, the holy Prophet (PBUH) had many encounters ...  Read More

Faith and Forgiveness: Luther᾽ modern interpretation

Ali Moradi; mrayam salem

Volume 20, Issue 3 , January 0, Pages 87-108

   Luther was trained in a theological and philosophical attitude similar to that of Augustine and Thomas Aquinas, but  he saw their theological system as ineffective in providing an answer to the problem of forgiveness; therefore, following an answer to this religious crisis, suddenly on Paul ...  Read More

Critical Assessment of Ash’arites’ Exegetic Approach to Understanding Religious Texts Based on Ayatollah Jafar Sobhani’s Perspective

abuzar rajabi

Volume 20, Issue 3 , January 0, Pages 109-132

  The use of interpretation in understanding texts has long been widespread among Islamic thinkers. Apart from a small group of thinkers from both religious sects who have not made use of this method, most Islamic thinkers utilize this method in the field of exegetic and theological discussions. However, ...  Read More

The doctrine of the immortality of infidels in the doom of hell: A study of the theories of Feyz Kashani and Allameh Tabatabai

maryam khoshdel rohani; zahra rahmani

Volume 20, Issue 3 , January 0, Pages 133-160

  AbstractIn a rational approach to the afterworld, there are questions beyond reason that confront theologians and mystics and philosophers, which is one of the issues discussed in the resurrection and later life. Serious theologians, philosophers, and commentators are in charge of the quality of punishment ...  Read More