The Twelfth Word : A comparison between the Qur'an and irreligious philosophy and the place of the Qur'an's supremacy over all speeches and writings.
[This Word consists of a brief comparison between the sacred wisdom of the All-Wise Qur’an and the wisdom of philosophy and science, and a concise summary of the instruction and training which Qur’anic wisdom gives to man in his personal life and social life, and an indication of the Qur’an’s superiority to other Divine words, and to all speech. There are Four Principles in this Word.]
In the Name of Allah, the Merciful, the Compassionate.
And he who has been given wisdom has been given great good. (Qur’an, 2:269.)
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Fourth Principle: The definition and comparison of revelation and inspiration. An explanation of the following verse, “If the ocean were ink (wherewith to write out) the words of my Lord, sooner would the ocean be exhausted than would the words of my Lord.”
- Isra and the Miracle of Miraj (Ascension)
- Could you please define the characteristics of the interpretation methodology of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)? What are the characteristics, content and activities on the subject of interpretation of His ummah (Community of Muslim Believers)?
- Second Principle: The effects of the Qur'an and philosophy on the life of individuals.
- The Biggest and Eternal Miracle is the Qur'an
- Quran is always fresh and young
- How should it be understood that the Quran was sent down clearly? Is it possible for everybody to read the translation of the Quran and practice it?
- Can't Qur'an be the words of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)? If not, how can it be proven?
- The Qur'an resembles man's words. It is similar to the way men converse. If it were Allah's Word, it would be appropriate to Him and would be altogether out of the ordinary. His art does not resemble man's art; so His Word should not resemble man's w
- Why is philosophy condemned? Can a Muslim oppose philosophy?
- The Function of Mountains