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Affairs that necessitate the proof of the Imam
Allah did not teach His Prophet knowledge except that He ordered him to teach it to the Commander of the Faithful and he was a partner in the knowledge
Aspects of the knowledge of the Imams
Birth of the Imams
Conditions of the Imams in regards to age
Deeds are presented before the Prophet and the Imams
Dislike of setting a time for the reappearance
Dislike of setting a time for the reappearance
Fay', Anfal, the meaning of Khums, its rules, and what is required from it
If a man is promised to find something with his son but it is found in his sons or grandsons then it still is the same promise
Imamate continues through the descendants and not through a brother, uncle, or other than that from the relatives
Imams are equal in knowledge, fervour, and obedience
Imams are given knowledge and it is firmly constant in their hearts
Imams are muhaddaths and are conversant
Imams are possessors of the command and they are those who are envied
Imams are the guides
Imams are the heirs of knowledge inherited one from the other
Imams are the People of the Reminder that Allah has ordered His creation to ask questions to
Imams are the possessors of the authority of Allah and the treasuries of His knowledge
Imams do not act except by the covenant from Allah and His command, and they do not bypass it
Imams have all of the knowledge that was given to the angels, prophets, and messengers
Imams inherit the knowledge of the Prophet and all the prophets and successors the came before them
Imams in the Book of Allah are of two types: an Imam that calls to Allah and an Imam that calls to the Fire
Imams know that which has occurred and that which has yet to occur and nothing is hidden from them
Imams know when they will die and they will not die except voluntarily
Indication to and designation of `Ali b. al-Husayn
Indication to and designation of Abu `Abdillah Ja`far b. Muhammad as-Sadiq
Indication to and designation of Abu Ja`far the Second
Indication to and designation of Abu’l Hasan ar-Rida
Indication to and designation of Abu’l Hasan Musa
Indication to and designation of Abu’l Hasan the Third
Indication to and designation of al-Hasan b. `Ali
Indication to and designation of the Patron of the House
It is obligatory for people after their Hajj rituals to meet the Imams
Leaving the affair of religion to the Messenger of Allah and to the Imams
Naming of those who have seen him
No one has collected the entire Qur’an except the Imams and they possess all of its knowledge
Notable points and comprehensive narrations about divine authority
Obligation to obey the Imams
One who recognizes his Imam will not be harmed by the advance or delay of this affair
Payment to the Imam
Prohibition from the name
Recognition of the Imam and answering to him
Refinement and trial
Refinement and trial
Regarding those who follow a religion for Allah without an Imam from Allah
Select narrations on divine authority
Similarities between the Imams and those who have passed and the detest of attributing prophethood to them
Statements about the scroll, the Jafr, the Jamia, and the mushaf of Fatima
Submission and the Excellence of Muslims
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