"In this part of the article, a definition of ta’wil by the Esoterics and its difference with the views of the interpreters is given and then the tidings of the Testaments on the Revelation of the Qur’an; calling the people of the Scripture to Islam; the requirement of Islam for the guidance of the people of the Scripture; acceptability of other doctrines; excommunication of the people of the Scripture; prohibition of heresy; wrathful addressing of deniers of the Qur’an; promise of dominance over other religions by Islam; and the issue of the Torah and the Gospel as being distorted. The Qur’an and the Old and the New Testaments; Consistent and Inconsistent Points Sayyed Musa Sadr In this article, the three religions of Islam, Judaism, and Christianity are compared and evaluated on the four bases of history, Divine legislation, Divine knowledge, and morality. Following are the abstracts of the articles presented in this issue: <H5>Section One</H5> <H5>The topical section in this issue includes six articles as follows: </H5> The Qur’an and the Other Doctrines and Cultures (part two) <H8>Ayatollah Muhammad Hadi Ma’rifat</H8> <H1>Translated by: Hasan Hakimbashi</H1> This article is the translation of another part of Ayatollah Ma’rifat’s writing in response to the misconception of the orientalists that &quot;the Old and the New Testaments&quot; have been the reference source of the Qur’an and the Qur’anic knowledge and content are adopted from these two Scripture."
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