Friday, May 20, 2022 AD / Shawwal 19, 1443 AH
Mansoor Hashemi Khorasani
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rather following the predecessors due to them following the intellect and the religion is a contradictory work; because following the predecessors, if they followed the intellect and the religion, entails following the intellect and the religion, not the predecessors; considering that the predecessors, according to the presumption, have followed the intellect and religion, not the predecessors, and therefore, following the predecessors requires not following the predecessors!

Yes, if the predecessors have been necessarily more aware of the religion due to their more closeness to the origin of the religion, following them in hope of getting closer to following the religion is not unjustifiable, but this does not seem to be certain; because their more closeness to the origin of the religion does not entail their more awareness of the religion, rather perhaps it entails the opposite from a perspective; because knowing what has been created newly is usually more difficult than knowing what has been created previously; considering that naturally there has been less opportunity to know it, and less time has been spent to know it, and less experience has been gained about it, and fewer people have become informed of it, and these require less cognition of it, to the extent that many new things are not known at the beginning of their occurrence, and only with the passage of time their cognition becomes easy and widespread, and therefore, in all subjects that do not pertain to a particular time, the knowledge of posterity has always been more than the knowledge of the past generations, and this is a perceptible and experienced reality; especially considering that the knowledge of posterity is a combination of their own knowledge and the knowledge of the past generations, and this is considered a greater knowledge capacity for them; because they learn about the experience of the past generations and add it to their own experience and create more experience for posterity. This seems to be the rule in knowing things that have no time limit, and consequently knowing the religion is no exception to this rule; because the religion is not considered a historical event that belongs to the past, rather it is an ongoing reality along with eternity;