A Functional Examination of Belief in Mahdiism Doctrine with a Social Approach
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Mahdiism is one of the most important doctrines in Islamic culture and thought, and it has an important and privileged position and has many impacts and functions in social arenas. The explanation of Mahdiism studies with a social approach and descriptive-analytical method can answer many issues related to social arenas. It seems that Mahdiism has been paid attention to in terms of belief, history and culture, but it has not been adequately considered in the social aspect. In this regard, this study aims to explain the functions, requirements and aspects of Mahdiism studies in social arenas. The most important functions of Mahdiism studies with a social approach include social order, cohesion and solidarity, creating social security and crystallization of social identity and hope. The requirements that were explained in this research are the implementation of contemporary justice, attention to Islamic and inter-religious identity, and the radical fight against corruption and the institutionalization of values in society. The aspects of Mahdavi teachings in the social arenas are also focused on the two areas of the family and the educational institution.

The Quarterly Journal of Islam and Social Studies, Volume:10 Issue: 4, 2023
7 to 33
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