True piety and perfection are intrinsic to every human being. According to the demands of the society today, there has been a series of doubts and questions about divine justice and evil issues for the people, especially the younger generation, which is a necessity by which The home is home to trust and confidence. The existence of bastards and evil in the golden leaves of the infinite book of the universe afflicts every thinker who, if you are the creator of the universe, is omnipotent, absolute, and merciful, how has he permitted the cracks and injustices to penetrate the world. . On the one hand, the atheist philosophers try to perceive the evil of this world incompatible with the mighty and benevolent God, and on the other hand, the heathens try to answer the atheists in a quest to provide logical solutions. This study examines the meaning of evil from the point of view of the martyr Motahari and Augustine. While investigating the types of evil, he examines the problem of evil from the perspective of Augustine and Motahhari, and finally analyzes and criticizes these views. However, both Augustine and Motahari use almost identical concepts such as being non-existent, relative, etc. But they are different from their vocabulary. In this research, we are going to examine scientifically the basis of evil in the world after examining the approach of Augustine and Motahhari to the problem of evil. In the end, do these evils go back to God or to mankind. And how human beings are involved in the evils of evil. And how can they be ruined by managing evils.
Matching the evil approach from the viewpoint of Martyr Motahari and Augustine
Journal of Research in Religion and Science, Volume:10 Issue:1, 2019
1 - 19
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