Revolution in Islam, Christianity and Judaism

Hashem Andisheh


The decline of revelation and the existence of revelation is based on the need of mankind to direct divine guidance, on the one hand, towards a destination beyond the horizons of sensibility and material, and on the other hand, to the needs of his social life, which is the enjoyment of one Divine law, give a positive answer.

The philosophers of Islam in explaining the nature of the revelation have said: "The powerful, pure and polite soul of the Prophet is understood and raised to the highest degree by the world, and thus communicates with the closest unconscious to the world (active intellect of Jebra'il). In this way, without the need to think and arrange analogies, the teachings and sciences of prophecy are given by the active intellect on the smooth heart and the Holy Spirit of the Prophet. And from there he is transmitted to his common sense and imagination. And it is in this place that the angel sees the revelation and hears his word which is the word of God. "

This essay examines the revelation from the point of view of Islam and the viewpoint of Christianity and Judaism from a literal and idiomatic perspective.

 The result is that the type of revelation and revelation in the three religions of Islam and Christianity are different and different.

Key words: revelation, Islam, Judaism, Christianity, quality of revelation, language of revelation.