Sin, disease, and their educational consequences from Quran and Hadith viewpoint
The phenomenon of sin is closely correlated with human destiny and every fallible human is somehow involved with sin. Sin has many harmful effects. The literature has a lot to offer in this regard; however, no coherent and independent writing, with the approach of the present paper, has been provided. An approach that "sin" is taken into consideration as a "disease" and its educational consequences are examined from Quran and Hadith perspective. Multiple verses and abundant hadiths suggest that "sin", as a type of spiritual and mental illness, has many negative consequences, such as ego despicability, mental suffering, uncertainity and anxiety, anguish, spiritual poverty, hypocrisy, and disappointment. The adverse effects of sin disease are the major obstacles of human training and refinement process, the destroyer of heart health, and the preventer of his happiness. Accordingly, any attempt to achieve the recognition of the above-mentioned damaging effects, for the prevention or the necessary treatment, is considered an appropriate and essential work that is the objective of the present paper.
Journal of Educational Doctrines in Quran and Hadith, Volume:1 Issue: 2, 2016
113 to 131  
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