Editorial Board

Director-in-Charge

Seyyed Abolhasan Navvab

Comparative Jurisprudence Associate Professor, University of Religions and Denominations, Qom, Iran.

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Dr. Abul-Hassan Navvab was born in 1958 in Shahreza, Isfahan. Having passed elementary educations, he entered Hawzah Ilmmiyyah. Up to the victory of Islamic revolution in Iran, Navvab continued his seminary education in classical Islamic scholarship, teaching at the schools affiliated with Hawzah. In the past twenty years he has always been active in several administrative, mostly culcural, positions. Having made several long and short international trips, Dr. Navvab has achieved an invaluable experience of visiting more than 70 foreign countries. In order to preach the peaceful message of Islam and resolve cultural and social crises. He has also published a number of books and articles the most important of which are: Purity of Human (Arabic) and Geography of the Shiite (Persian).

Editor-in-Chief

Seyed Hassan Eslami Ardakani

Philosophy of Ethics Professor, Department of Study of religion, Faculty of Religions, University of Religions and Denominations, Qom, Iran.

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+982532802610 (324)


Seyyed Hassan Eslami Ardakani (born December 23, 1960) is an Iranian philosopher and professor of ethics at the University of Religions and Denominations. He is known for his expertise on virtue ethics, environmental ethics and research ethics. Eslami is a winner of Farabi International Award for his book Human Cloning in Catholic and Islamic Perspectives.

Associate Editor

Saeed Moazzeni

Islamic Studies University of Religions and Denominations

saidmoazzenigmail.com

Executive Manager

Heidar Dabbaghi

Islamic History and Muslim Civilization Ph.D. Student, The Department of Islamic History and Muslim Civilization, The Faculty of Theology and Islamic Studies, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran.

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h.dabbaghiurd.ac.ir
+98253171 (1412)
0000-0002-1863-6854

Editorial Board

Mohammad Taqi Diari Bidgoli

Quranic Sciences and Hadith Professor, Department of Quranic Sciences and Hadith, Faculty of Theology and Islamic Studies, University of Qom, Qom, Iran.

qom.ac.ir/mtdiari
diariqom.ac.ir


Dr. Mohammad Taghi Diari Bidgoli completed his master's and Ph.D. studies with Hawzeh education. In 1992, he became a member of the University of Qom. He engaged in educational and research activities. After that, he has had scientific cooperation with the departments of Islamic education of Tehran University and Tehran Medical Sciences, etc.

Seyed Hasasn Eslami Ardakani

Philosophy of Ethics Professor, Department of Study of religion, Faculty of Religions, University of Religions and Denominations, Qom, Iran.

urd.ac.ir/en/academic-staff/seyyed-hasan-eslami-ardakani/
eslamiurd.ac.ir
+982532802610 (324)


Seyyed Hassan Eslami Ardakani (born December 23, 1960) is an Iranian philosopher and professor of ethics at the University of Religions and Denominations. He is known for his expertise on virtue ethics, environmental ethics and research ethics. Eslami is a winner of Farabi International Award for his book Human Cloning in Catholic and Islamic Perspectives.

Mohsen Javadi

Philosophy of Ethics Professor, Department of Ethics Philosophy, Faculty of Theology and Islamic Studies, University of Qom, Qom, Iran.

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Dr. Mohsen Javadi, in addition to the usual courses of the seminary, studied philosophy at Tarbiat Modares University in Tehran, and in 1378, he succeeded in obtaining a doctorate degree in this field. For the first time in Iran, the field of philosophy of ethics was established at Qom University by his efforts. Among his works is the book "The Problem Must and Is" and "An Introduction to Philosophical Theology". Dr. Mohsen Javadi is currently a member of the faculty of the Philosophy Department of Qom University and a professor of philosophy of ethics at this university.

Pierre Lory

Islamic Mysticism, Islamic Esoterism, Quranic Exegesis Professor, École Pratique des Hautes Études, Université Paris Sciences et Lettres (PSL), Paris, France.

www.ephe.fr/pierre-lory
pierre.loryephe.psl.eu
0000-0001-5720-0095


Member of LEM’s Cluster 1: "Sacred books: canons and heterodoxies", and professor at the EPHE within the LEM (UMR 8584), Pierre Lory specializes in Islamic studies and mysticism. He holds the chair on Islamic Mysticism at the EPHE. He directed the Scientific Department of Medieval and Modern Arabic Studies at the Institut Français du Proche-Orient(Damascus) from 2007 to 2011.

Ahmadreza Meftah

Abrahamic Religions Associate Professor, Department of Abrahamic Religions, Faculty of Religions, University of Religions and Denominations, Qom, Iran.

urd.ac.ir/en/academic-staff/ahmadreza-meftah/
meftahurd.ac.ir

Seyyed Abolhasan Navvab

Comparative Jurisprudence Associate Professor, University of Religions and Denominations, Qom, Iran.

publons.com/researcher/3261799/seyyed-abolhasan-navvab/
navvaburd.ac.ir
⁦+98253171 (1104)
0000-0002-7034-6176


Dr. Abul-Hassan Navvab was born in 1958 in Shahreza, Isfahan. Having passed elementary educations, he entered Hawzah Ilmmiyyah. Up to the victory of Islamic revolution in Iran, Navvab continued his seminary education in classical Islamic scholarship, teaching at the schools affiliated with Hawzah. In the past twenty years he has always been active in several administrative, mostly culcural, positions. Having made several long and short international trips, Dr. Navvab has achieved an invaluable experience of visiting more than 70 foreign countries. In order to preach the peaceful message of Islam and resolve cultural and social crises. He has also published a number of books and articles the most important of which are: Purity of Human (Arabic) and Geography of the Shiite (Persian).

Joseph Progler

Cultural History of Western-Islamic Relations Professor, College of Asia Pacific Studies, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Beppu, Japan.

researcher.apu.ac.jp/apuhp/
jproglerapu.ac.jp
0000-0003-1496-8015

Hassan Qanbari

Philosophy of Religion Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Theology, College of Farabi, University of Tehran, Qom, Iran

rtis2.ut.ac.ir/cv/haghanbari/?lang=en-gb
haghanbariut.ac.ir

Jochen Schmidt

Protestant Theology with a focus on systematic theology Professor for Systematic Theology, Ethics and Philosophy of Religion at the Institute for Protestant Theology, University of Paderborn, Paderborn, Germany.

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0000-0002-2950-7185


Dr. Jochen Schmidt, born 1975, Dr. theological Habil., Professor of Protestant Theology with a focus on systematic theology, ethics, and philosophy of religion at the Institute for Protestant Theology at the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Paderborn

Klaus Von Stosch

Comparative Theology Professor, Department of Comparative Theology, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Centre for Comparative Theology and Cultural Studies, University of Paderborn, Paderborn, Germany.

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Since 1 October 2021, Klaus Von Stosch has been a professor at the Catholic Theological Faculty of the University of Bonn, where he holds the “Schlegel” Chair of Excellence for “systematic theology with a special focus on societal challenges”. Stosch studied Catholic theology from 1991 to 1997 at the University of Bonn and the University of Fribourg in Switzerland. In 2001, he completed his doctorate in dogmatics with Karl-Heinz Menke. In 2005, he completed his habilitation with Jürgen Wernick at the University of Münster for fundamental theology. Since the winter semester, 2008/2009 Stosch has been a professor for systematic theology and didactics at the University of Paderborn. Stosch played a central role in founding the Centre for Comparative Theology and Cultural Studies at the University of Paderborn, which he has been directing from 2009 to 2021. Research stays have taken von Stosch to the Center for the Study of World Religions at the US Harvard Divinity School and the University of Religions and Denominations in Qom, Iran. In 2009, he was awarded the Research Prize of the University of Paderborn for his project “Islam in Germany – Intercultural and Interreligious Discourse in Literature” (with Prof. Dr. Michael Hofman).

Language Editor

Yasser Pouresmaeil

Assistant Professor, School of Analytic Philosophy, IPM, Tehran, Iran.

pouresmailgmail.com