بررسی تطبیقی حوزه معنایی معجزه در قرآن و عهدین
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شماره صفحات: ۹۶ - ۱۱۹دریافت مقاله   تعداد دانلود  :  ۱۴
A comparative study of the semantic domain of miracles in the Qur'an and the Testaments
Semantic domain is a set of words with conceptual links that are characterized by a specific semantic specification. Analysis of these relationships and conceptual connections is one of the ways to achieve the minutes of meaning. "Miracle" is one of the common religious terms that is considered as one of the important topics of interfaith. In this study, the term miracle was examined in terms of intertextual relations with analytical and descriptive method, and it was concluded that the semantic domain of "miracle" in the Qur'an includes words such as: "verse", "statement", "argument" and " Sultan Mobin " and In the covenants: "Ayat", "strange" and "strong". The word "verse" is used in common sense in all the heavenly books to express the connection between sign and meaning, a sign that is sometimes in formative matters and sometimes in legislative matters as well as in sensations and rationalities. In fact, God has presented His creative and legislative verses to man with the aim of laying the groundwork for faith. An examination of the semantic scope of the "miracle" in the Torah and the Bible and the parameters obtained from the effect of its companions on keywords suggests that all creatures of God Almighty are "verses" and signs of Evin. And in this respect, there is no difference between the extraordinary works done by the prophets and the other creatures. In the Torah, unlike the Bible, "strength" is not a miracle but a factor. Also in the culture of Christianity, miracles continue and are not dedicated to Jesus (pbuh).