خدائی اور انسانی اختیارات میں اصطلاحات کے مفہوم کے اعتبار سے فرق
Literal difference between human and divine authority in terms of meaning
The distinction and difference between the God and man is clear; God is the creator, the man is the created; the God is omnipotent while man is obliged to follow His commands. These disparities clearly illustrate the difference of the status of both. However, due to linguistic limitations, at times, the terms used for ownership of the two may be the same but a contextual and critical study reveals the true essence of the difference in meaning. Unlike the capitalist school of economics, Islamic school of economics emphasizes and exerts the value it holds for individual. According to Islamic jurisdiction, an individual is rightful in claiming his occupation of a certain thing. This, on the other hand, gives rise to a question of the status of ownership of man if all things are created and distributed by God. Is there a possibility that they either both can share or hold ownership rights of a single entity? The answer is affirmative, for the context in which the word/term ownership is used for Allah Almighty holds disparity against the context in which it is used for individual; that is, Allah's ownership of his creations is everlasting but that of man is temporary or short-lived. However, what is impossible is the sharing of ownership between two individual for they both share the same status. In this situation there are chances of dispute.