Human salvation is one of the major concerns of divine religions. Such being the case, a question arises as: may one view human salvation as a mere external reality, or in addition, and even prior to it, it is also an innate reality? This article tries to explain the relation between innate nature and human salvation as may be understood by Mulla Sadra`s teachings through a descriptive-analytical method. For the purpose, after a brief description of the concept of innate nature and the what of salvation, it presents four reasons: 1. The overlap of the vital natural affairs with the components of salvation; 2. the principle of reconciliation of reason and religion; 3. Naturality of monotheism and the purity and accidentalty of disbelief and sins in the human being, 4. The common origin of the human salvation and perfection-seeking, and, in this way, justify hauman salvation`s being based on innnate nature. And finally it is conclude that if the human race returns to its direct and original nature and follows the discernment of the common sense and tendency of the heart, the same minimum of natural teachings can save its salvation as nature is viewed in Shia teachings as an inward program of human salvation (the inner prophet)?
A Sadrian Analysis of the How of Salvation as Being Based upon Human Innate Nature
Andishe-Novin-E-Dini, Volume:15 Issue:57, 2019
107 - 120
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