عنوان مقاله [English]
Many philosophers believe that the world of matter is eternal and has no beginning. This article examines the arguments of Martyr Motahari on the temporal eternity of the world, which include: 1. The necessity of matter and time surpassing any temporal event; 2. Refusal of the occurrence of time to examine the truth of time; 3. The rule of the durability of divine grace; 4. Refusal of violation of the effect of the cause. Martyr Motahari, in many cases, do not consider the implications of the well-known arguments that have been established about the antiquity of the world to be complete, and therefore, in several cases, they have new statements to prove this issue. The result of examining and criticizing their arguments is that these arguments are debatable and unable to prove their purpose.