عنوان مقاله [English]
Divine monotheism is one of the main Qur’anic beliefs which has a great outcome for the type of answers to political matters. The main question of this research is: what are the different answers (compared with polytheistic bases) to political matters while believing in the Divine monotheism (especially the legislative aspect)? The hypothesis of this research underlines that the answers to political matters based on the belief of the Divine monotheism are sensibly different with the answers based on not having such a belief; including: it will be possible to enter the stage of delegating the political legislative changes; the Divine laws will be dominant on the sovereignty’s political legislations; it will be necessary to obey the political system of the holy Qur’an; it will be necessary to form a government to obtain the Divine desires in the political-social aspects; the government will be obliged to provide the situation for human’s perfection and its authority will be limited to the Divine legislations. This research has a rational interpretative method to explain the rational consequences of the legislative Divine monotheism, and in some cases uses an interpretive method for [Islamic] traditional documentations; and has a critical look to the consequences and corollaries of the views of the opposite side.
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