Analysis and critique of the revelation of Dr. Nasr Hamed Abu Zayed from the perspective of Allameh

soghra khairjoy

Volume 7, Issue 2 , February 2018, Pages 1-33

  debate. Specifically, what is the meaning of revelation in the new age has created many challenges in the field of Islamic thought. The present article deals with a descriptive-analytical and critical-comparative approach to the issue of revelation from the perspective of Allamah Tabatabai (traditional ...  Read More

Divine Action and Bohmian interpretation of quantum mechanics

Hossein Ejtehadian; rasool rasoolipoor

Volume 7, Issue 2 , February 2018, Pages 55-80

  Divine action in the world is one of the important problematic questions in contemporary philosophy of religion. After new inventions in modern physics during 20’th century some of the scholars claimed that in spite of classical physics in which physical laws constrain divine actions, in modern ...  Read More

A Comparative Study of Testimonial Justification and the Justification of Single Report (in Fricker and Ansari)

Alireza Dorri Nogoorani,

Volume 7, Issue 2 , February 2018, Pages 81-101

  Testimony is an important source of religious beliefs in Abrahamic religions. The epistemological aspect of testimony is studied in contemporary epistemology and in the single report (al-Khabar al-Wahid) and massive report (al-Khabar al-mutawatir) in principles of Islamic jurisprudence (Usul al-fiqh). ...  Read More

Explaining the Nature of God's Knowledge from William Alston's Viewpoint and its Comparative Study with Sheikh Ishraq's Perspective

Hossein Shoorvazi; Mohammad Sa’idi Mehr; Azam Qasemi; Reza Maahoozi

Volume 7, Issue 2 , February 2018, Pages 103-127

  The issue of the nature of God's knowledge is one of the problems that have long been caused by the minds of thinkers and intellectuals. In the philosophy of contemporary religion, William Alston deals with the nature of God's science. Is it possible to say that God's science is the same as honest belief? ...  Read More

Openness and Bada' according to the Open Theistic View and the Shi'a Theology; A Comparative Study

Sayyeda Saida Mirsadri; Mansour Nasiri

Volume 7, Issue 2 , February 2018, Pages 129-149

  Open theism is a theological movement rising out of the evangelical tradition at the end of the century. Seeking to resolve the incompatibility existing between the divine infallible foreknowledge and the human free-will, they sought to devise a theology that could be able to uphold human freedom and ...  Read More