What is the Qur'an? How can it be
How can we prove that The Qur'an
is the word of God?
How can we answer those who attempt
to judge The Divine Authorship of the Qur'an under the guise of impartial
judgement or objective reasoning?
What is The Divine Wisdom in The
Qur'an's being revealed in stages over a period of 23 years?
Does The Qur'an contain everything?
How does The Qur'an approach "natural"
phenomena and why does it sometimes mention insignificant-seeming events as
if they have great importance?
Does the Qur'an have reference
to scientific and technological developments? If it does, how?
Can you give examples of verses alluding
to scientific progress through miracles of The Prophets?
What is the relation of human
attainments of learning and scientific progress with the divine names?
In addition to Prophetic Miracles,
are there other examples of the Qur'an's reference to scientific discoveries?
Why does The Qur'an not mention
explicitly the wonders of civilization, which are so important in Man's eyes?
Why does it, instead, content itself with allusions or indications or references?
Why does the Qur'an not mention
scientific and technological developments explicitly, so that even the most
recalcitrant unbelievers would feel compelled to affirm it, and our minds
Why do we refer to science and
scientific facts when explaining certain Islamic truths?
Why is the Qur'an the greatest
miracle of The Prophet Muhammad?
In what ways is the
eloquence of The Qur'an a miracle?
What do you mean by saying that
the Qur'an has an extraordinary comprehensiveness?
How about the Qur'an's predictions
with respect to its being a miracle?
What does it mean: The Qur'an
never grows older?
Can you make a comparison between
the Qur'an and modern civilization from different viewpoints?
How does the Qur'an address
each level of mankind in every age?
What about the ways verses conclude?
Why is the Qur'an superior to
all other speeches, whether divine or not?
What does it mean that The Qur'an
has originated in the greatest name of God and the greatest level of every
Why are there repetitions or
reiterations in the Qur'an?
Whether explicitly or allusively,
The Qur'an dwells too much on divine unity, the hereafter, and God's judgment
of men and draws attention to them in innumerable places, in every sura, on
every page and on every occasion. What is The Divine Reason for this?
There are some seemingly paradoxical
expressions in the Qur'an. How can we reconcile them?
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