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The Role of History in Evaluating Traditions

Aliakbar Kalantari

Abstract: Familiarizing with the tradition narrators, their lifetime, and their era and in general recognizing historical evidences related to them have a special role in evaluating traditions and the way of their reviewing. Thanks to this familiarity, it is feasible to recognize the authentic and credited ones from others or detect ersal or tadlis in their documents and so on.

A study on sacred Louh Tradition by Hazrat Zahra

Majid Maaref

Mahin Khomarloo

Abstract: Shias, in appointing of Imam, believe in wording of God )Nass( and traditions from Prophet Muhammad. They recognize traditions the most accessible way of comprehending wording of God, which are reliable and reasonable when they lead us to reach knowledge about words of God. One of the wording of God considering Imamt is Louh tradition in which the holy imams have been counted. This tradition which has been narrated in various wording and asserted by different documents, is a frequently narrated tradition or at least a message certified by various proofs and reasons: frequent narrators, compatibility between tradition and logic, Qurans verses, frequent reports. In the present study, in addition to a general report from sources of this tradition, a subject- analysis and exploring some other aspects of this tradition have been carried out.

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