عنوان مقاله [English]
Critique of Quranic Evidence of Religious Pluralismچکیده [English]
Religious pluralism is a theory that seeks to interpret and explain the plurality and diversity of different religions. Pluralists believe that legitimacy, and consequently salvation, is not limited to one religion, rather, all religions may have legitimacy and save their followers. One of the sources they have cited to prove their claim is the some verses of the Holy Qur'an. They are verses that consider the truth of religion as submission to God, introduce the faith and righteous deeds as the cause of salvation, point to the existence of different laws for different nations, and seem to have somehow accepted their existence or legitimacy.
In this study, with a descriptive-analytical method and according to the general rules of interpretation of texts, the weakness of the citation of pluralists and the lack of implication of these verses on their claim have been explained. These rules include paying attention to the continuity and semantic connection of the verses of the Holy Quran with each other, paying attention to their status, paying attention to the authentic narrations in the commentary, and not objecting to the interpretation of the text with definite rational principles.
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