عنوان مقاله [English]
This study aims at explaining the comparative model and its efficiency and applicability in compiling and teaching the course on Islamic sciences considering the needs of the modern world. This inquiry makes use of a mixed method of analysis and survey to describe and explain the feedback of using the comparative model as well as the non-efficiency of the mere descriptive model in education in the given statistical population. The population consisted of the students in the international university of Qazwin. The data-gathering tool was a researcher-made questionnaire. In the onset, a report of the descriptive model was offered, a model which leads to a methodological petrificationsim. In the next stage, we referred to efficiency and consequences of using the comparative model in building a new world with transcendentalist feature.
Designing and exerting the courses on Islamic sciences is the result of a transcendental view of the interconnected dichotomy of “educating and developing intrapersonal Islamic values” and “attempting to build and process Islamic macro-management”. This ideal is based on using certain educational models with the efficiency criterion. In this model, Islamic doctrines are explained in comparison with other claims by rival schools. This assessment deals with analysis of the issues of schools, fundamental discussions, preconceptions, consequences, and epistemic goals and methods.