عنوان مقاله [English]
The knowledge of interpretation owes much to the efforts of the commentators who have described the divine book. Some of these interpretations have been lost, but the views of their owners are left in some of the verses. This article examines his views in interpretation with a descriptive-analytical method and it becomes clear that he interprets verses with a rational Qur'anic method and attaches great importance to contexts and interpretive subtleties in knowing the meaning of God Almighty. Hence, the meaning of the words with which Ibrahim was tested is Imamate, which God completed and fulfilled.Also, in Surah Al-Qiyamat, he rejects the famous view and considers the purpose of the Qur'an to be the reading of deeds. Rational and theological arguments also have a special place in his interpretations, according to which he considers man as the qibla, not the mosque of angels, and considers heaven as earthly and does not accept the "world of particles" and considers the intellects of human beings as evidence of God's Lordship. He also does not consider the rule and caliphate, which is a divine covenant, legitimate for the infidels and oppressors. It is also one of his interpretive topics in Quranic recitations and jurisprudence.