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فصلنامه مطالعات تفسیری 2021, 12(46): 127-142 Back to browse issues page
An Interpretive Study of the Verse "Whoso desireth power (should know that) all power belongeth to Allah" Emphasizing the Doctrinal Pathology of Honour
Ali Karimpour Qaramaleki, Heitham Buozar
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The Holy Qur'an in a verses such as: “Whoso desireth power/honor (should know that) all power/honor belongeth to Allah” has referred to human dignity and its source. One case of the damages in the field in the Qur'anic verses lies in doctrinal approach. This kind of human honor, in the most prominent area of belief; That is, monotheism can be designed and traced; Because in the verses referring to honor, there are many references to these damages and their elimination in order to protect human honor. By meditating on these verses, it becomes clear that man, by not believing in the origin or believing in two origins for the universe, faces various worldly damages such as hypocrisy, dependence on the enemy, despair of divine victory, etc. This research seeks to explain, analyze and interpret these verses with a descriptive and analytical method in order to provide the ground for many social and cultural changes in the field of worldly life and reform of human hereafter by expressing the mentioned damages.
Keywords: Theological Interpretation, Verse 10 of Fatir, Verses of Power/Honor, Pathology of Power/ Honor.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2019/12/28 | Accepted: 2020/07/22 | Published: 2021/07/19

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