A comparative study of the factors of desire for bodily resurrection in Islam and Christianity
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Some Muslim and Christian thinkers present a completely physical picture of the resurrection with a monotheistic view of man.And thinkers of both religions are thought to have followed the same path. An examination of the resurrection physicalist contexts in the Islamic and Christian contexts reveals the commonalities and differences of these thinkers. In this article, the works of Muslim and Christian physicalist are examined and their motivation for physical resurrection is examined.The result is that the background to the formation of the physicalist thought about the resurrection in Islam and Christianity is differentIslamic thinkers considered it definite due to the existence of verses and hadiths about the physical resurrection. Therefore, in order to explain the bodily resurrection, they reduced the truth of man to the body. In the Christian context, the development of experimental science and the physicalist view of world phenomena undermined human dualism. Thus, Western thinkers provided physical explanations of the resurrection based on the human body. In the Islamic context, the growth of philosophical thought led to the establishment of dualism. But in the Christian context, the growth of philosophical thought led to the rejection of dualism.

Journal of Philosophy & Theology, Volume:26 Issue: 2, 2021
115 to 149
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