عنوان مقاله [English]
This article seeks to express the functions of revelation and the role of the divine content of religion in human moral evolution. This role sometimes appears in the form of epistemology and sometimes in the form of psychology, and sometimes indirectly in the form of introducing practical patterns and trained human beings in the shadow of revelation, influencing human moral evolution. Revelation is one of the main sources of human knowledge in the field of moral values and anti-values and in identifying the factors and areas of moral development and the obstacles to moral decline. Revelation teaches us to make better use of human power to live ethically. Supporting the practice of moral commandments is another function of revelation that is created in the form of faith and belief. Without a practical paradigm, a comprehensive moral system would be incomplete and ineffective, and revelation would also contribute to human moral development.