Some Miracles of the Qur’an (2/2)

Muhammad al-Sayed Muhammad

Published On: 24/2/2013 A.D. – 13/4/1434 H

The Muslims were able to develop such a huge empire because they carried out the teachings and instructions of Islam, the Book of Allah and the Sunnah of His prophet (Peace be upon him).

Allah’s promise that He made to the Muslims in His Glorious Qur’an was fulfilled because Almighty Allah is the most trustworthy when He makes a promise.

Allah said,

“We have, without doubt, sent down the Message; and We will assuredly guard it (from corruption).” [Surah Al-Hijr, 15: 9]

Over long centuries past, many misled people have tried to distort the Qur’an, but because Allah took over its protection and preservation, they have consistently failed.

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Some Miracles of the Qur’an (1/2)

1- The eloquence of the Qur’an –  the beauty of its meanings, the accurateness of its structure, the loftiness of its goals and its challenge to the Arabs to produce even one of its verses—all of this makes it a lasting miracle. Although the Arabs were well-known for their eloquence and literary sophistication, they did not dare to accept the challenge. That is because the Qur’an is not a human effort; it is the Words of Allah, the Glorious Creator.

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Revelation And Scripture Before The Qur’an

God’s Communication with Man
God communicated with man. This is the key concept of revelation upon which all religious belief if more than a mere philosophical attempt to explain man’s relationship with the great ‘unknown’, the ‘wholly other’ is founded. There is no religious belief, however remote it may be in time or concept from the clear teachings of Islam, which can do without or has attempted to do without God’s communication with man.
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