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The Pathology of the Reactionism and Instability of Religious Communities from the Perspective of the Quran with a Focus on Social and Mental Contexts (Case Study: Judaism in Early Islam)
Zahra Radi Meybodi, A’zam Parcham 1
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Some religious communities, despite claims of religiosity, have plunged into the abyss of failure and devastation despite making scientific and economic advances because scientific and economic progress alone does not guarantee the preservation of a society and its civilization. Rather, what guarantees the preservation of a society and its civilization is to undergo a forward transformation. The holy Quran declares that, in the path of realizing the forward transformation, adherence to the principles of religion and Shari'ah, along with various and comprehensive developments, is one of the main pillars of the preservation of society. In line with this, it cites some communities which plunged into instability and failure despite their various developments. An example of a community that has suffered from post-faith infidelity is the Jewish community, which, despite claiming to believe in God and the prophethood of Moses (a.s.), was afflicted with such a deviation on the path of adhering to religious standards that they killed the divine prophets and stood against the Prophet of Islam (p.b.u.h.). This study, first, examines the grievous ills of the Jewish community, which hindered their and led to their instability and downfall, despite their economic developments. Then, benefiting from the analysis of social and mental contexts, it explains why this community was unable to adhere to religious norms. The results reveal that "worldliness and ethnicity", as two ills, challenged the commitment of the rulers, scholars and members of the Jewish community to the implementation of some religious and monotheistic standards, especially the confirmation of the prophethood of the Prophet of Islam (p.b.u.h.). As a result of these ills, the Jewish community distanced itself from its monotheistic values ​​and ideals and its original religious identity, could not undergo forward transformation and was afflicted with such behavioral anomalies as jealousy, hypocrisy, conspiracy, concealment and distortion of truth, infidelity and resistance to the truth and suffered a spiritual downfall and the death of civilization.
Keywords: the Quran, Judaism, pathology, reactionism, social and mental contexts.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/01/7 | Accepted: 2020/12/30 | Published: 2020/12/30
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Radi Meybodi Z, Parcham A. The Pathology of the Reactionism and Instability of Religious Communities from the Perspective of the Quran with a Focus on Social and Mental Contexts (Case Study: Judaism in Early Islam). 3. 2020; 14 (27) :59-89
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مجله پژوهش نامه قرآن و حدیث pazhouhesh name-ye quran va hadith
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