Öğmüş, Hârun
January 2009
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2009, Vol. 13 Issue 38, p159
Academic Journal
At the eighth century (hijra), in his work named es-Savâiku'l-Mursala ale'l-Cehmiyye ve'l-Muattila Ibn Kayyim al-Cevziyya, one of the predecessors of muslim scholars, criticized the different schools of faith and their methods of approaching to the nass. In this article, it is triying to point out that the persons who were criticized in his work are not from Cahmiyye and Muattila but others who were identified with them and here as it were put forth the background of the work, then it is determined that the real aimed persons were the Eş'arî theologs and especially Razî, the leader interpreter of Kur'an.


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