Comparative Analysis of Divine Image in the Hadiths of Imam Reza and the Torah from the Location Dimension and Accompanying Phenomena

Adaptive style, although it has not had a long history, is very valuable in the understanding of the teachings, especially if it is used in the context of monotheistic studies of the two religions. Therefore, in the first attempt, the first attempt was made to collect the divine divine statements in this dimension in the hadiths of Imam Ðreza and the appearance of the Torah in a library method, and in the next step, investigate these two of the most important The results of this study are descriptive-analytical: firstly, the Hadiths of Tawhidi Razavi and the sentences of the Torah on this issue make up a large number that can be more than one hundred items in the Torah on the existence of God and forty Hadiths of Razavi in Faramakani God hinted. Secondly, the teachings of the Torah in the likeness of God to the creatures, the continuity of the Lord, and the phenomena associated with the place, are different from those of the monotheistic Imam Reza, since the current
Torah depicts a god that has hands, feet, faces, waist , Ups, descents, appearances, etc. , that acceptance of them leads to the rest of God; while in the teachings of Razavi, Allah eliminates these matters and the principle of likeness.
نشریه آموزه های حدیثی, Volume:2 Issue: 1, 2019
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