In fact there are two main views about the absolute and general statements it the Holy Quran and extent of their meaning: The former supports the idea that the extent of their meaning is based only on themselves and thus there is no limitation in the extent of their meaning and the latter supports the idea that the meaning is restricted to the context and the occasion of the revelation. Different important views on the subject have been discussed and the reasons supporting each view are mentioned and analyzed. It is concluded that although general and absolute statements of the holy Quran must not be restricted to their relevant occasions of revelation. However, ignoring their context and the relevant atmosphere of their revelation leads to an unacceptable boundless interpretation of their meaning. This view, which can be referred to as "the relativity of absolute and general statements to the context and the atmosphere of text", can be interpreted by the everlasting and trans-regional of the Holy Quran, and it is based on the principles of customary dialogue and principled arguments, as well as evidence may be found in some narrations of the Ahl-e-Bayt (AS) on the relative interpretation of Quranic applications and generalities.
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