عنوان مقاله [English]
In the words of Imām ʿAlī (as), monotheism, which is the foundation of all religious teachings, has a high status. He has expressed valuable arguments about monotheism in the fields of essence, attributes, actions and worship in common and reasoned language in Nahj al-balaghah, so that in addition to proving the oneness of God, he denies any similarity between Him and the creatures as well as any composition in Essence. According to Imām`s speeches, describing God with limited human attributes would be incorrect. He has stated monotheism and its rules in a reasoned way that helps the audience's mind to reach a reasonable conclusion from understanding the preliminaries. This article examines the issues of monotheism through by measure of logic and in a descriptive-analytical method by studying the words of the Imām with an emphasis on the noble book of Nahj al-balaghah. The results of the research indicate that his words, in terms of content and structure, are in accordance with the principles and rules of logic, and such being the case, new horizons of Nahj al-balaghah are exposed to profound thoughts.