Treatise of Monotheism and Resurrection

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This book is a treatise composed by the great scholar “Mirza Ahmad Ashtiyani” Monotheism and Resurrection as the two principles of Islam religion which all Muslims should believe in.

Due to the exegesis of Koranic the sura “Inevitable” (the 56th sura) composed at the end of the treatise, it is also known as commentary of the sura Inevitable (waqe'eh).

 

The author

Mirza Ahmad Ashtyani, son of Mirza Hasan Mujtahed Ashtyani.

He was an expert scholar at intellectual and transmitted sciences.

He studied in the presence of the philosophers “Kermanshahi” and “Ishkewari.

 

Ashtyani taught jurisprudence, methodology (Osul) and intellectual sciences over fourty years in Tehran.

 

About 1927 – 1932 travelled to Njaf in order to complete the transmitted sciences and he himself was teaching.

He taught “Asfar” (written by mullah Sadra) and many prominent scholars of Najaf attended his classes.

“Allameh Tabatabaei” studied some some parts of the lesson (Asfar) in his presence.

 

Ashtyani died in 1975 and was nearly 100 years old.

 

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Treatise of Monotheism and Resurrection

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