AL-KAFI The Book of Divine Proof (IV)

AL-KAFI The Book of Divine Proof (IV)

AL-KAFI The Book of Divine Proof (IV)

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جلد AL-KAFI The Book of Divine Proof (IV)
Published by:
ash-Shaykh Abu Jafar Muhammad Ibn Ya'qub Ibn Ishaq al-Kulayni ar-Razi
Sayyid Muhammad Hasan Rizvi
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23.5 × 16.5 cm

About this Book

The main problem of mankind, which council meetings were founded all over the world to decrease these problem, is the matter of error and mistake in thought, and an example of this is the differences of opinion and distinction of these councils.Tremendous expense and unrelenting effort to from these councils all over the word is for one aim, and that is to decrease error and mistake, so the short and vague reasoning of one or more person doesn't turn the county towards corruption, and with a
leaders mistake the whole nation isn't put into the direction of error.

The necessary background for absolute obey
Taking note of this clear point, that as the Prophet (s.a.w) was designated by God and his commands are compulsory for everyone, he certainly, without a doubt, must be adorned with the ornament of purity and be confirmed by the invisible, so not be left alone in the main whirl pools, or fields of opinion or thought which have a background of error and mistake, mistakes that if left alone, without the ail of the invisible, and if he be impure would naturally happen, the people, who must obey him be dragged into ruin. This is clearly not the characteristic of the Prophet, and any Imam or leader designated by God must definitely, in their characteristics, be partners and associates.
This volume of the translation, which is another section of " the Book of Hojat", from chapter 48 to chapter 64, mostly quotes traditions on the Imam's intellect, which is granted to them in a special way with the confirmation of God. Examples of the chapter titles are: Committing religious affairs to God's Prophet and the Imam (p.b.u.t);
The Imams (p.b.u.t) are similar to which prvious persons or personalities, and at the end of this volume there is a tradition on the Exalted God designating Imams. Negation of their Prophet hood; the spirit that with its means God puts the Imams on the road of pious acts. The Imamate is designated by God and transferred from one Imam to another. The Imams, other than according to God's commands, do nothing, without any violation of this command, and the last chapter of this volume distinguishes every one of the Imams by the means of God (the glorious the dignified) and His Prophet (s.a.w).