In order to produce knowledge and attract maximum number of experts and thinkers, Al-Mustafa University has set up theorisation, innovation, critique and debate chairs. In these chairs, today’s world scientific subjects in the Islamic and humanities sciences are discussed in order to define and provide scientific and sound answers. The following list indicates some of the past debate and critique topics:
1. Lack of authority of credible news;
2. Adoption contract in Islam;
3. Evolution in the present natural sciences based on the profound religious fundamentals;
4. Post mortal mental growth in Islamic resources;
5. Centrality of the Qur’anic texts in juridical discussion
6. Revisiting the creation of Prophet Adam (AS)
7. Method of rational hermeneutics of Qur’an
8. Interdisciplinary subjective interpretation
9. Review of Allamah Tabatabaie’s viewpoint on multiplicity of reading methods of Qur’an
10. Affirmation of issuance of Hadeeth between the methods of resource critique and context critique.
11. Argumentation on pause and beginning rules in Qur’an
12. Reviews on Allamah Tabatabai and others’ views on the hermeneutics of the verse 7 of Surah Aal-e-Imraan.
13. Recognition of governments from the Islamic viewpoint.
14. Review of contexts of narratives.
15. The light and consanguineous creation of Ahl-ul-bait (AS);
16. Review of semantic skepticism in Kripke;
17. The greatest of examples in Qur’an;
18. The Hazara dialect;
19. The pure Avestan language survivor;
20. The divine Qur’an in terms of wordings and meanings;
21. Review of basic Hermeneutics;
22. The theory of different readings of religion;
23. The theory of customs between Shariah law and legislation;
24. Recital of Qur’an on the top of the spear/wicker;
25. Review of hermeneutical views on the beginning verses of Surah Tahreem (about Prophet’s SAW status);
26. Creation of the obligatory and possibility of the possible in the interpretation of “the matter between the two matters”;
27. Discussion on the relation between freedom of expression and the sacred beliefs in religions;