Religious Education between Past and Present and the Impact of Cyberspace on the Dissemination of Religious sciences

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MA Student in Department of History Shiism, University of Religions and Denominations, Qom, Iran

025/p-l.2018.355

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God Almighty honored man over all creatures and raised him through the mind, and by whom he deserved to be “the caliph of God on earth.” He created him and created with him tools that enabled him to think, contemplate and worship, and he encouraged the use of reason and the pursuit of knowledge and knowledge, because with knowledge only God knows God The Almighty and Majestic unites in order to achieve his role in this succession. The first thing that was revealed in the Noble Qur’an was the call to reading and knowledge: “Read in the name of your Lord who created.” The goals of the mind have been defined by directing it towards a scientific knowledge of the universe, nature and man through insight and consideration. Humans have had to operate the mind in the exhibition of organizing the affairs of their religions through what the Prophet of Islam came to 9 of legislations, and at the beginning of his call he raised the slogan of compulsory learning, and that science is not from It is desirable, rather it is one of the obligatory duties. He was famous for his saying: “Knowledge is an obligation for every Muslim man and woman.” In his biography, we find that he made the ransom of the prisoners teach the illiterate to read and write, and made the woman's dowry teach her the verses of the Qur’an, as he and his family showed: the status of knowledge and its worldly effects And eschatology. Science and education are of great importance that cannot be denied, and they are two of the main factors that contribute to the development of the individual and society: economically, socially, culturally, and politically. All of this left profound effects on the level of all humanity, especially on educational curricula and methods, leading as a result to distinguish between the past and the present. In this article, we shed light on the importance of religious education, the changes in educational methods in light of the technological revolution, the entry of the electronic world on the line of achievement of the human and religious sciences, and the opportunity to acquire and spread sciences through the virtual space or what is called distance study and what it carries with it. And benefits.

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