عنوان مقاله [English]
The world as an act of God is a creative and dynamic process, constantly coming to exist at every moment. The creativity of the process is the result of fixed and inviolable traditions directed by God the All-knowing, the All-wise, which has culminated a coherent, organized, and dynamic in the world. Although the notion of “organized” implies a kind of fixedness and inviolability as well as determination and rigidity, a significant issue arises about the relationship between man and God: how to reconcile an organized lawful world with the human free will? The idea of “dynamic world” is proposed to do this. On this account, the world consists of a law-like, intelligent, and active order, at the center of which there is an All-knowing and All-wise director, appearing in different manifestations at every moment. Deploying the descriptive-analytic method and sources of the Transcendent Philosophy, the article concludes that the best order (al-niẓām al-aḥsan) of the dynamic world provides conditions of all kinds such that the free man can benefit from the best possible circumstances with his intelligence and receive divine blessings, or he can lead himself to the worst of the worst.