The Role of Theological Beliefs in Rejali Judgments
The issue of determining to what extent theological beliefs contribute to Rejali judgments, considering the synoptic review of the original existence of the discrepancy in theological bases and effectiveness of these discrepancies on the way of interacting with the narrators of hadiths while revising books about Rejali and narration, needs obvious explanation. The importance of this survey is ascribed to the Ijtihadi (based on independent judgment) look behind the passed judgments along with understanding its role in the way of interacting with theological narrations. Using a methodological attitude and analyzing Rejali and theological data, the present paper seeks to expose the stand and rate of the effectiveness of ideological thoughts in measuring the reliability or unreliability of the narrator. The process of data and outlook depth in probing in to the instances of this issue indicates that Rejali judgments are influenced by theological beliefs. This survey indicates that the area of these reactions manifests itself in the principles and the braches of beliefs and specifically in the way of dealing with the issues under the principle of Imamate and it can be consider as inter-religion reactions against ideological actions in the area of Rejali evaluations.
Journal of verbal knowledge, Volume:4 Issue: 2, 2014
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