عنوان مقاله [English]
Allameh Abolfath Karajki (449 AH) is one of the most famous intellectual and narrative sciences in the fifth century AH, and has many works in these two branches of knowledge and has used this knowledge in theology. He is a student of great figures such as Sheikh Mofid, Seyyed Morteza and Sheikh Tusi, and pays special attention to the role and function of reason in theological discussions. His theological arguments, however, are purely rational, purely narrative, and synthetic; However, the share of rational arguments is higher and in rational-narrative issues, special attention is paid to rational arguments. He has used rational thinking to interpret and justify verses and hadiths; However, in theological issues - especially those in which the narrative is predominant - he has also benefited from narrative arguments.