Öztürk, Resul
June 2005
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2005, Vol. 9 Issue 24, p95
Academic Journal
In this article taken as a matter existence of God whether by reason in Maturîdi's approach. This discrimination is very important matter in Maturîdi's Theology and Ash'ariah's Theology. Maturîdi has taken into consideration the verses in the Koran which command to thinking. For this reason, he has defended the man must to know the existence of God (Mârifetullah). Because everything in universe testifying the existence of God. The man has to obey the reason's datum alike obey the senses' datum. This knowledge (mârifetullah) isn't private of God but position of God.


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