عنوان مقاله [English]
Accepting the belief in monotheism, resurrection and prophecy is considered one of the three basic principles of religion believing. However one of the major concerns of the fields of theology, philosophy and Islamic mysticism is how to explain the quality of happening that reality. Nasir al-Din al-Tusi, a prominent Islamic philosopher and theologian, emphasizing on power, science and other attributes of God, believes that Resurrection is quite possible rationally and justifies bodily Resurrection recognizing the infinity of power of God. Also Rumi, the great Muslim mystic and poet, using genuine Islamic teachings, has shown the necessity of faith and belief in the Resurrection as a clear element and recognizes bodily resurrection as along with the creation. It is attempted, to explain the perspectives of Rumi and of Nasir al-Din al-Tusi on Resurrection and its quality through analytical and comparative method in this paper.