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Analysis of the Theory of Submission to the Commandment of God and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
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Volume 7, 2019
Issue 1 (March)
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Reza Faghih Zadeh, Department of Comparative Interpretation, University of Science and Teachings of the Holy Quran, Qom, Iran.
Vali-ol-Allah Naghipoor Far, Institute of Islamic Management, Qom University, Qom, Iran.
Ezoddin Rezanejad, Department of Philosophy and theology, Al-Mustafa International University, Qom, Iran.
Mehdi Bakouei, Department of Comparative Interpretation, University of Science and Teachings of the Holy Quran, Qom, Iran.
Submission theory which means pure subjugation to divine commands is among the explicit teachings of the Holy Qur'an. Submission of man to God means that man is submitted to any destiny which is arranged for him from the Almighty God, be it the formative destiny of fate, or the canonization of commands and interdictions, and so on. Submission to the Holy Quran has some degrees. Submission is so important that, while being emphasized and invited to, in various Qur'anic verses, the true faith is also subject to intellectual and practical submission to God and the Prophet (PBUH). Unfortunately some attitudes is not compatible with the high levels of submission, and the result of opposition against the Prophet's (PBUH) orders is nothing but a distortion and outbreak of the bitter events in Islamic history. This research, through descriptive-analytical method, and by taking though short steps, has tried to investigate and examine the above mentioned issues, and while explaining the nature and degree of submission, the degree of religious requirements, and the rationale and justification of submission to the commands of God and the Prophet (PBUH), has concluded that the high degrees of submission and absolute obedience of believers to the status of infallibility, is a religious imperative and without real faith, it will not be realized.
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