Volume 5, Issue 10

 

ارسال های اخیر

  • A Historical Analysis of the Quranic Concept of Lapidating Devils with Meteors 

    Nekoonam, Jafar؛ Moosavi Harami, Fatemeh Sadat (University of Religions and Denominations (URD), 2016-12-01)
    The Quranic concept of lapidating devils with meteors has received a variety of interpretations throughout Islamic history. In the past, it was interpreted to mean heavenly meteors thrown at devils in order to prevent them ...

  • The Nietzschean Verification of the Missing God and Steps to a Completest Self 

    Hoxha, Mirushe (University of Religions and Denominations (URD), 2016-12-01)
    This paper aims to present Friedrich Nietzsche's critique of Christianity as a Western example that reconfirms the necessity for man's inner development up to the stage of the Completest Self (nafs-i safiyya). With the ...

  • The Origin of Islamic Mysticism in the Light of the Personal Unity of Existence 

    Rezaei, Ebrahim؛ Shanazari, Jafar (University of Religions and Denominations (URD), 2016-12-01)
    The question of the origin of Islamic mysticism has been one of the major concerns of many researchers in the field of mysticism in the recent decades. Some have maintained that Islamic mysticism is an imported product: a ...

  • the complete version of this issue 

    پدیدآور نامشخص (University of Religions and Denominations (URD), 2016-12-01)

  • Are Miracles Violations of the Laws of Nature? 

    Aguti, Andrea (University of Religions and Denominations (URD), 2016-12-01)
    Classical theism holds that God rules the world not only indirectly, by the natural laws established with creation, but through actions or direct interventions that interfere with natural processes and human actions. These ...

  • Problem of Evil in Taoism 

    Elmi, Qorban؛ Zarvani, Mojtaba (University of Religions and Denominations (URD), 2016-12-01)
    This paper attempts to present the Taoist understanding of evil. In the Taoist tradition, especially in Tao Te Ching, evil is divided into two categories: causal evil and consequential evil. Causal evils are those evils ...

  • Why Believe That There Is a God? 

    Swinburne, Richard (University of Religions and Denominations (URD), 2016-12-01)
    This article presents an argument for the existence of God, showing that the evident phenomena are best explained by supposing that a God causes them. The argument is based on the inductive force of four very evident general ...