عنوان مقاله [English]
Given the importance of the issue of divine science in theoretical mysticism and in religious texts, comparative comparisons of these types of texts help each other to better understand the mystical texts. In the midst of religious texts, Nahj al-Balaghah has a certain degree of monotheism in terms of monotheism, and on the other hand, among the philosophy of Sufism; Gulshan is the secret of a period of theoretical mysticism based on Ibn Arabi's intellectual foundations. The commonality and distinction between these two texts can be seen in the light of the fact that by adopting these aspects of sharing and distinction, both in a better understanding of the secretary's glance, another step is taken, as well as other aspects of the elements of the thought of the Prophet Muhammad Ali (as) in Nahj al-Balaghah are revealed to the researcher. The present study uses a descriptive-analytical approach to a comparative study of the subject of divine knowledge in two books of Nahj-ol-Balaghah and Gulshan-e-Sheikh Mahmud Shabestari. According to the scientific approach of this article, while Imam Ali (as) in Nahj al-Balaghah and Sheikh Mahmud Shabestari In Golshan Raza, they believe in the being of God. However, Imam Ali (AS) in Nahj al-Balaghah more expresses the quality of the divine knowledge of God in terms of Quranic verses, but the contents of Gulshan Secrets on Divine Science based on the belief in unity The existence and the true ones are the basis of Ibn Arabi's thoughts.