Questions Archive(Thematic Category:Philosophy of Religion)
Is infallibility based on predestination or free will?
7993 2010/05/26 Philosophy of ReligionThis question doesn’t have a brief answer. Please click on the detailed answer.
What is religion?
10235 2008/10/12 Philosophy of ReligionMany different viewpoints and details have been presented regarding the explanation of religion by Westerners. In the holy Quran, the word “din” ( religion ) has been used for two meanings: 1- Any typ
What are the different stages and levels of religion?
7646 2008/10/12 Philosophy of ReligionThe main stages of religion are as follows:1- The “nafsul-amr” religion: What exists in the knowledge of Allah ( swt ) regarding the guidance of man to his eternal prosperity and salvation, is the “na
Do we have more than one “nafsul-amr” religion?
6698 2008/10/12 Philosophy of ReligionBoth what our minds and intellects and what the Quran and hadiths say are good proof that all humans are common in the “gem of humanity” that they possess ( meaning that they have the potential of rea
Do different situations have any effect on the nafsul-amr religion?
6571 2008/10/12 Philosophy of ReligionThe nafsul-amr religion has only one way of life for all individuals in every place and time and contains no changing elements.
Can you explain how one can reach the “nafsul-amr” religion?
6846 2008/10/12 Philosophy of ReligionThere are three ways for reaching the nafsul-amr religion:1- Revelation2- Narration3- IntellectNormal people can only reach true religion using the second and third method, while special people can al
What are the traits of the “mursal” religion?
7434 2008/10/12 Philosophy of Religion1- The number of “mursal” religions is always in correspondence with the number of messengers sent by Allah ( swt ) .2- The mursal religion is a result of man’s need towards the message of Allah ( swt
How can one create harmony between religion and science?
7559 2008/07/02 Philosophy of ReligionThose who consider religion and science as two separate ways aren’t truly familiar with divine religions particularly Islam and haven’t paid attention to the fact that the two are of completely differ