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What is the point of view of the Quran?
The Quran is viewed to be the scriptural foundation of Islam and is believed by Muslims to have been sent down by Allah (God) and revealed to Muhammad by the angel Jabreel (Gabriel). The Quran assumes its readers’ familiarity with the Christian Bible and there are many parallels between the Bible and the Quran.
What is the translation of Quran?
According to Islamic theology, the Qurʻan is a revelation very specifically in Arabic, and so it should only be recited in Quranic Arabic. Translations into other languages are necessarily the work of humans and so, according to Muslims, no longer possess the uniquely sacred character of the Arabic original.
Why is the Quran the most important holy book?
The Qur’an is the holy book that contains the teachings of Allah given to the Prophet Muhammad. Many Muslims believe that Allah gave Muhammad these teachings because all earlier religious texts were no longer reliable. It is believed to have only come from Allah, which makes it the most important book for Muslims.
Why do you think there is no translation of the Quran?
Another reason that Islamic theology has always been opposed to the translation of the Qur’an is due to the very nature of the Arabic language. As translation into other languages is strictly the work of human beings, the translation process thus strips the original text of its sanctity.
Why is the Quran impossible to translate quizlet?
Muhammad had transferred his spiritual light to Fatima. Why is the Qur’an impossible to translate? Translations render the language impure.
What is one lesson the Quran teaches?
Unless we learn to manage our time, we will be unable to achieve anything of value: “By the passage of Time, Verily, man is in loss, Except those who develop faith, and do good deeds, And join together in the mutual teachings of Truth. And of patience and constancy.” (Surat Al-Asr).
Is it okay to read Quran in English?
Originally Answered: Can I read Quran in English rather than reading it in Arabic? Short answer is YES.
What is the quality of Quranic literature?
Quranic literature is so voluminous that no single man can compass a perusal of the whole. Besides the extant works there were innumerable works written for special groups of people or from special points of view or for special purposes, which have perished. And more works are being added every day.
Why does the opposite error sometimes arise in the Qur-ān?
(4) An opposite error sometimes arises because in certain matters the rich vocabulary of the Qur-ān distinguishes between things and ideas of a certain kind by special words, for which there is only a general word in English. Instances are: Rahmān and Rahīm (Most Merciful); see i.
What is hadīth literature?
Thus arose a new science, in which the names and positions of persons in Hadīth literature were examined biographically and in other ways. The Hadīth literature dealt with all sorts of matters, including Theology, Ethics, and Exegesis (explanation of the Qur-ān).
What is the Quranic concept of creation?
So, again, “Creation” is not just a simple process done by God at some remote time and finished with: the Quranic idea implies various processes and the continuous presence and activity of God in His Creation. (5) God’s purpose is eternal, and His plan is perfect, but man’s intelligence is limited at its very best.