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Features of Volume 7:
This volume opens with the exposition of the 121st verse of the `Surah Ale 'Imran, which continues till the verse 200 which is the end of the Surah. Then begins the exposition of the Surat al-Nisa' (Women) and 10 verses are explained in this volume.
Some of the important subjects discussed in this volume are as follows: the teaching of the Qur'an and their role in the reconciliation of knowledge and action; the trial or test and its real meaning; the remission of sins and forgiveness in the Qur'an; the problem of tawakkul (resignation to the Divine Will); with reference to the verse 172 of the Surah Al 'Imran and its preceding and following verses dealing with the Battle of Uhud, a list of the names of the 77 martyrs of Uhud is also given; a philosophical discussion based on a comparative study of the Qur'an and the Old Testament regarding the rights of women; and the Qur'anic view of social relations in Islam - in fifteen sections. This is the most important discussion of this volume and it may be considered to be one of the profoundest and the most original of the discourses of al-Mizan, which brings to light some very sensitive and subtle points about Islamic sociology in the light of the relevant verses of the Surah al-Nisa' (Women) pertaining to the age of human beings, the emergence of the first man, the process of creation and evolution and other related matters.
Afterwards, there is a discussion about marriage from a scientific
point of view, divided into three sections. The third section is devoted
to the issue of polygamy in Islam with reference to the question of the
number of the wives of the Prophet (s.a.w.a.). The philosophical
implications of these issues are discussed thoroughly.