Futuristic investigation of the history of mosque-oriented education and its discourse requirements in the second step of the Islamic revolution

Document Type : Original Article


1 Phd student of Philosophy of Education, Department of Philosophy of Education, Faculty of Psychology and Education, AllamehTabataba'i University, Tehran, Iran

2 Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy of Education, Faculty of Psychology and Education, Allameh Tabataba'i University, Tehran, Iran


The purpose of this research is to identify the requirements of the mosque-centered educational approach. This research was done with a qualitative strategy, using the method of thematic analysis, and by collecting historical events in order to count the experiences and recommendations for the future. Since it is possible to use the great capacity of the network of imams and mosques to carry out many social responsibilities, especially the education of the future generation; The contents of the declaration of the second step of the Islamic revolution have been used as one of the important sources for drawing the future in determining these requirements. The statistical population of the research includes the historical period of Sadr Islam until now. Based on the findings of the present research, several factors play a role in reviving the real educational position of mosques, including: the two-way state network of the Ummah and the Imamate network (including all community educators), improving the competence of the Imamate network and expanding it to the level of professors, teachers and trainers, determining the mission The mosque as a center of thought and a teaching and learning institution, as well as creating unity while cultural diversity in the society. Among the fruits of this approach can be the following: the universality of knowledge, the unity of faith and science, the growth of commitment and expertise, and the reduction of education costs.


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