عنوان مقاله [English]
In all the three religion of Islam, Christianity and Judaism, tradition along
with the Holy Scripture is of authority for belief and deeds of the faithful.
However the authority of tradition has been denied, restricted or degraded
by some groups. In this article different approach toward tradition in all
these three religions has been classified and studied. Concerning the relation
between Quran and hadith, different positions has been taken:, some have
denied any role for tradition, while the pros themselves have been divided:
various have restricted its role to the interpretation of Quran, while others
consider it as a detailed commentary for Quran and some consider it next to
Quran and even permit its abrogation of quran. Concerning the Holy book
of non-muslims, the majority of the jewish scholars believe in oral
inscriptions along with the written one (Torah). Christians also consider
tradition both as an interpreter and an independent source for a number of
teachings for which there is no trace in the Holy book.