Study of the issue of sight of God from the point of view of Ashʿari, Muʿtazila and Imamieh

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The discussion of the vision of Allah Almighty and how it is seen is one of the most important and outstanding issues among different theological sects. Of course, theologians do not believe in the sight of God with eyes of human in the world. “Ash'arion”, because they did not care about the intellect and only believed in the appearance. Like “Ahle- Tashbih” and “Ahle-Hadith” and “Ahle-Tajsim” did not consider the interpretation of the verses, they believe that the true believers of God will be able to observe and see their God in the hereafter. The Mu'tazilias have considered any kind of sight to be invalid, and they have tried to reject it, and have considered God to be clean and glorious of any kind seen. For the sake of faith alone, they believe in God's belief in heart. “Imamieh” with the help of Quran and the narrations, like the Mu'tazilias, have emphasized the denial of God's sight with the eyes, while at the same time emphasizing the presence of the heart in both the world and the hereafter. The present paper discusses this issue through a descriptive and analytical approach.

نشریه علامه, Volume:18 Issue: 58, 2020
63 to 86  
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