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Ru’yetullahla İlgili Âyetlerin Bağlam Esaslı Değerlendirilmesi / Context-Based Evaluation Of Verses Related To Ruyetullah

Journal: Hikmet Yurdu Düşünce Yorum Sosyal Bilimler Araştırma Dergisi (Vol.13, No. 25)

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Page : 61-88

Keywords : Tefsir; Bağlam; Tevkîfî; Ru’yetullâh; Dünya; Âhiret; Commentary; Context; Tawkîfî; Ru’yetullâh; World; Hereafter;

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In terms of understanding the Qur'an in a healthy way, the context mentioned above is an extremely important factor. Context phenomenon; internal and external context. Its internal context is in the form of verse, passage, surah and subject context; the external context of the verses, landing place, time, backdrop, such as the cause possible to evaluate the scope. It is a fact that the verse, passage and surah context of the internal context elements are tevkîfî. Therefore, to say that successive verses are not connected or related to each other and are in a random order, as it is contrary to scien-tific facts; it cannot be considered that this idea contains a pure intent. In this study, we will examine the issue of ru'yetullâh in the Qur'an based on context. Context (siyak-sibak) is examined on the basis of the rissue; it will be unders-tood that the ru'yetullâh is not in the world but will be realized in the hereafter. Beca-use, when examining the verses expressing the absence of ru'yetullâh, these verses be-fore and after the world life is mentioned; When examining the verses that states that there is ru'yetullâh, it will be seen clearly that these verses are mentioned in the here-after and the life of the Hereafter. The question of ru'yetullâh (Allah's being seen by the believers in the hereaf-ter) is one of the controversies of the sects of faith. Ahl al-Sunnah, while trying to prove that the ru'yetullâh will only take place in the Hereafter on the basis of mental and transplant evidence; Some sects of faith such as Mu‘tezile have argued that this is not possible in both worlds

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