The Quran is a collection of divine revelations delivered to the Prophet ﷺ of Islam, directing him to communicate these revelations to mankind as a guidance to those who care to live aright. It has been a charter for humanity upwards of fourteen hundred years. Broadly speaking, Quranic studies can be divided into two categories: the study of the contents of the Quran and a study about the Quran. This text relates to the latter category. Scholarly and scientific studies of different aspects of knowledge, which are related to the Quran such as its script, its recitation, its compilation, arrangement of its chapters, its inimitable nature etc., were taken up in earlier centuries. The scope of each study gradually began to widen. Eminent scholars produced voluminous literature on each branch of study. Each constituted a study in and of itself. All these sciences together were termed as Ulum-al-Quran (The Sciences of the Quran). In this book a total of sixteen sciences has been briefly explained. The aim of this collection is to aid people in their quest towards a better understanding of the various facets of the study of the Quran by providing all relevant information. This book will serve as a companion volume to the student of the Quran.
Introducing The Quran
SKU: BK-EN-40971 Categories: Dawah & Interfaith, Learn About Islam, Quranic Studies Tag: Adult islamic books -Introducing the Quran ISBN: 9788178983271
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High school (14-18 Years), Adults
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