Muţahharî’s view about Divine justice has become the main value of discussion especially to every people who does a good-deed, whether he was in different religious doctrines. Muţahharî tries to give a good example in building a tolerant toward non Muslim as been stated clearly in the holy Qur’ân 2, verse 62, that Muslim is still in his faith and he doesn’t replace it, and the Jews and the Christians and also the Shabians if they were have faith in God and the Prophet Muhammad and all the teachings he bring than he have faith to the hereafter, make good-deeds and they are consistent with that until they died, so they will get reward from God based on their good-deeds and they will not get any fear or sadness. In the matter of good and evil, Muţahharî wanted to explain that in this world there is only one existential form (not two existences) that is goodness. Whereas, evil or bad-deeds is only the element of the nothingness, and the nothingness itself is something that certain, which came accidentally and hate by God. Therefore, even if the person was not Muslim formally, but in his own activity, he made a good-deed and does justice and doing Islamic values.