Professor of Quran Studies Department
Research Institute for Islamic Culture and Thought
Muhammadali Asadi-Nasab was born on 21 March 1963 in Boroujerd. He studied experimental sciences (high school) overnight until the first year. In 1977, Asadi-Nasab entered the seminary of Boroujerd and in 1980, he entered the seminary of Qom. By 1988, he completed the level courses and entered the courses abroad. From 1991 to 1994 (for four years) Asadi-Nasab participated in the first course in the field of exegesis and benefited from professors such as Ayatollah Maaref, Makarem, Khazali, Shab-e Zandar, and others. Ayatollah Gharavi was guided and advised by Hojjatoleslam Gharavi and defended.
the professor of Quran Studies Department
Since then, he has been teaching and research, which is: A: Philosophy, teaching the beginning and end B: Arabic literature, teaching Suyuti and comprehensive introductions: Principles, treatises, and adequacy: jurisprudence, achievements, and practice. In the field of research: a: Writing a book in the field of Quranic sciences such as Jame ‘al-Bayan fi al-Ahadith al-Muttaraqa around the Qur’an about 650 pages Young in a volume he is currently working on. E: Writing various articles in the field of Quranic sciences, some of which were mentioned. And: Translation of some works and articles, including the translation of the first volume of the commentary “Al-Mukhtasar Al-Mufid Fi Tafsir Al-Quran Al-Majid” in the amount of 600 pages.
Asadi-Nasab is currently a member of the faculty of the Quranic Research Group at the Research Institute for Islamic Culture and Thought.