Document Type : Original Article

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Master of Theology and Islamic Educations, Islamic Jurisprudence and Legal Fundamentals, Islamic Azad University of Hamadan, Iran.

Abstract

Religious and Qur'anic teaching seeks to alter the individuals’ beliefs for a particular type of action and behavior based on the rules of religion, Islam and the Qur'an from the darkness of animalism to the light of humanity. The difference between education in Islam and the West is due to the difference of goals. The view of Islam is fundamentally different from the West one towards human beings, so much so that in these two types of views, the happiness definition for human beings is various. Consequently, educational goals will be different. Islam and the West each regulate their view of the family based on their worldview, and values in the family system are regulated based on this comprehensuive viewpoint. The bottom line is that parenting is a two-way street, just as parents are being educated in the process both as an educational model and as a religious task. The research method is analytical-descriptive in which the information is collected in the form of library –based studyand document references related to the research topic. The results of descriptive analysis of research data indicate that education has been one of the topics of interest to different religions and schools during the centuries and eras and religious and Quranic education has indicators, features, principles, methods and special methods to practice teachings. The religion of Islam and the Qur'an removes its obstacles and deterrents.

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A Comparative Study of Religious and Quranic Education from the Islam and the West Viewpoint

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