Volume 1, Issue 2

 

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  • THE MU‘TAZILITE QĀDĪ ‘ABD AL-JABBĀR ON THE DENOTATION OF MIRACLES 

    Dihqannijad, Abbas؛ Saeedimehr, Mohammad (University of Religions and Denominations (URD), 2012-07-01)
    This article examines the Mu‘tazilite Qādī ‘Abd al-Jabbār's views on the denotation of miracles according to his own particular methodology. Despite his acceptance of the celebrated method of the theologians in the ...

  • The complete version of this issue 

    پدیدآور نامشخص (University of Religions and Denominations (URD), 2012-07-01)

  • THE UNCHANGEABLE ESSENCE BUT CHANGEABLE AND UNCHANGEABLE ATTRIBUTES 

    Beheshti, Ahmad (University of Religions and Denominations (URD), 2012-07-01)
    In what follows, the author has dealt with the relation between the necessary being as an unchangeable Essence and His changeable and unchangeable attributes. Neither is the ascription of any changeable attribute impossible ...

  • THE SYSTEM OF DIVINE MANIFESTATION IN IBN ‘ARABI’S SCHOOL OF THOUGHT 

    Fazeli, Seyyed Ahmad (University of Religions and Denominations (URD), 2012-07-01)
    One of the fundamental problems of theoretical mysticism is how to explain the difference between God and the world on the basis of the idea of wahdat al-wujud (the unity of existence). Following the explanation ...

  • KIERKEGAARD AND THE ASH‘ARITES ON REASON AND THEOLOGY 

    Pourmohammadi, Na‘imeh؛ Javadi, Mohsen (University of Religions and Denominations (URD), 2012-07-01)
    Neither the Ash‘arites nor Kierkegaard's systems of theology are anti-rational, for Kierkegaard regards the contradiction present in the object of faith as absolute rather than logical, suggesting thereby the existential ...

  • COMPARATIVE THEOLOGY AS CHALLENGE FOR THE THEOLOGY OF THE 21ST CENTURY 

    von Stosch, Klaus (University of Religions and Denominations (URD), 2012-07-01)
    In this article the author first gives an introduction to his own approach to comparative theology (CT). After some introductory considerations, an outline of the idea and foundation of CT is given and is contrasted with ...

  • AN INTRODUCTION TO THE THOUGHT OF TEILHARD DE CHARDIN AS A CATALYST FOR INTERRELIGIOUS DIALOGUE 

    Ayotte, S. J., David John (University of Religions and Denominations (URD), 2012-07-01)
    Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, as he is more commonly known, was a Jesuit priest who died in 1955, having worked for some twenty years as a paleontologist in China. While being a renowned scientist, who assisted in the finding ...