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Man and His Destiny


Title: Man and his destiny

Author(s): Ayatullah Murtadha Mutahhari

Publisher(s): Qum: Al-Mustafa International Translation and Publication Center, 2014= 1393.

ISBN: 978-964-7741-46-0

Appearance: 134 p

Congress Classification: BP219/5/م6الف804952 1393

Dewey Classification: 297/465

National bibliography numbers: 3624455


شابک : 85000ریال 978-964-7741-46-0 :

شماره کتابشناسی ملی : 3624455

عنوان و نام پدیدآور : Man and his destiny/ Murtada Mutahhari; translated by Amin Research and Cultural Centre.

مشخصات نشر : Qom: Al-Mustafa International Translation and Publication Center, 2014= 1393.

مشخصات ظاهری : 124ص.؛ 5/14×5/21 س م.

فروست : مرکز بین المللی ترجمه و نشر المصطفی صلی الله علیه و آله؛ پ1393/214/133. پژوهشگاه بین المللی المصطفی؛ 81.

یادداشت : انگلیسی.

یادداشت : کتابنامه: ص. 119-120.

یادداشت : نمایه.

عنوان قراردادی : انسان و سرنوشت . انگلیسی

موضوع : قضا و قدر

رده بندی دیویی : 297/465

رده بندی کنگره : BP219/5/م6الف804952 1393

سرشناسه : مطهری، مرتضی، 1298 - 1358.

Mutahhari, Murtaza

وضعیت فهرست نویسی : فاپا


This title deals with the Islamic point of view on fate and destiny. Martyr Ayatullah Mutahhari critically examines historical doctrines on predestination and free will put forth by various schools of thought in Islam including the Mu'tazali and Ash`ari. Based on the verses of the Qur'an and Islamic teachings of the Ahlul Bayt (a), Martyr Mutahhari determines the true and correct position of human free will and predestination from the Islamic point of view.

Short Biography of the Author

Martyr Murtadha Mutahhari was born in Fariman (Iran) in February 1919. His father Skaikh Muhammad Husain was a religious scholar and a pious person. Mutahhari received his elementary education in theology from his father.

When he was twelve years of age, he joined the conventional Islamic School at Mashhad and pursued his studies there for five years. Then he proceeded to Qum, the famous Educational Centre of Shi’ah Muslims. He stayed there for fifteen years and completed his education under the supervision of Allamah Tabatabai, Imam Khumayni and many other distinguished ulema.

During the period of his education Prof. Mutahhari felt that the communists wanted to destroy the very spirit of Islam by mixing their atheistic views with the Islamic philosophy and interpreting the verses of the Holy Qur’an in a materialistic manner. Of course, communism was misguiding the young generation, which prompted the professor to nip this threat in the

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