The impact of faith in guiding interpretive semantics
Imamite interpretations to the of 7th century
The present study presents the hypothesis that the interpreter of the Koran reflects his systematic and analytical interpretation of Koranic texts . The sample of the study is limited to the Imami Shia school of interpretation in the 17th century A.H. This study has been divided in three chapters ,preceded by an introduction and a preface and followed by a conclusion .
The preface is entitled the semantics of the Quran and the cultural guidance of the interpreter depending on semantic clues which offer proper and reliable interpretation of the verses. The interpreter uses also certain proofs to enhance his semantic interpretation . Chapter one is entitled headline in interpretative description which introduces the verses that go into.
Investigation theology. In other words , it displays the holy verses which explore the reality of existence. This is divided into two sections : physical and spatial denial which both refute the belief of characterizing features of abstracted ness or tangibility . Chapter two tackles the ratio of approximate which presents the faith of the Holy justice and the ambiguities it surrounds and the concept of disliked self sacred verses that suggest the face of God and the idea of ugliness.The third chapter , is dedicated to the Investigation infallibility of prophethood and Imamate which includes included two sections : synergy prophethood and Imamate ) discussing the two main themes : the infallibility Prophets and the Investigation of Imamate ; being an extension of The conclusion arrived at the inclusion of strategic analysis in the interpretation of the verses along with the cognitive and philosophical way of investigation .