A Study of the Chain of Transmitters of the Long al-Ghadir Sermon in al-Tahsin on the Basis of Reliability Theory
Abstract:
Sayings of the Holy Prophet (S) in the Day of al-Ghadir have been recorded in various extents. The longest available text of these sayings (which is called the long Sermon of al-Ghadir) has been discussed and studied as for chain of transmitters and references to a lesser extent than other versions and in particular the hadith of al-Ghadir. Though some Imami scholars and thinkers have created some works about this sermon, no accurate study has been made about the authenticity of its chain of transmitters. Thus, in the present writing, the author has tried to study the last available chain of transmitters of the long Sermon of al-Ghadir as recorded in a work called al-Tahsin written by Sayyid Ibn Tawus in the last years of his life. To do so, at first, the author has mentioned some preliminary points about differences between the hadith of al-Ghadir and the Sermon of al-Ghadir,classified various ways in which sayings of the Holy Prophet (S) have been recorded, and provided a chronologically ordered list of the available sources; then, he has gone to study the works concerning this chain of transmitters and its resources. In the present research, studies made about this chain of transmitters have been analyzed, and authenticity of all Shi’i transmitters as well as that of the opponents has been assessed; in conclusion, and based on the theory of reliability, the chain of transmitters of this Sermon has been considered as being “authentic”.Scientific Dialogue
Language:
Persian
Published:
Emamat Pajouhi, Volume:3 Issue:10, 2013
Page:
87
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