The department for comparative theology with focus on family theological issues tries to use the epistemic and methodological scope of philosophy and theology through an emphasis on Islamic and religious original thought and a comparative view, by avoiding sufficing to a special method and being protected from misinterpretations and misconceptions in studying the dimensions and issues related to family with a religious approach. in addition to review and critique of their perspectives and theories on apparent and visual dimensions of the religion and religiosity, this department is to develop strategic and applied viewpoint in understanding, proving and applying religious propositions and issues in the area of family matters, in addition to review and critique of their perspectives and theories on apparent and visual dimensions of the religion and religiosity. Therefore, according to type of issues, it is necessary to use rational, argumentative, narrative, historical, experimental, intuitive, jurisprudential, interpretive, and hadith methods in a comparative way. So, the mission and goals of the department are as follows:
Study and research in the field of family issues from the viewpoint of comparative theology.
1. Analysis of issues related to the theology of religions, denominations, schools and movements of thought in the field of issues and topics pertaining to family.
2. Investigation of perspectives and thought in the domain of comparative theology related to the family.
3. Identifying and answering the intellectual and ideological questions and doubts related to family with a comparative approach.
Conducting studies and research in order to:
1. Investigate strategies to strengthen religious beliefs in the family according to theological doctrines of the religions.
2. Identify methods for making children believe in genesis and resurrection day in order to empower specialized children's advisers and trainers.
3. Design a transcendental pattern to deepen people's religious beliefs and faiths, especially the younger generation through using the capability of household Rawdas.
4. have a comparative look at discussion of "family management" based on the viewpoints of Aristotle and theologians and Shia philosophers.