Thursday, May 23, 2019

Quran Essay Essay

Among the innumer competent facts, this writing will contribute twain facts only First, the volume contains many scientific facts that ar only being found out recently. The Qurans lingual style is far superior then any other gradation of writing. Without a doubt workforce have negated and contested the truth and revelation from God including the Quran revealed to prophet Mohamed (s totally(prenominal)ahu alahi wa salaam). For that reason, men in their objection and inexorable behavior suggested that the Quran is war cry of Mohamed or the Quran is created by Mohamed such statement is a elbow room from the truth.Undoubtedly there are other verses in the Quran related to human development that will be understood in the future as our knowledge increases. In the Quran, Allah (subhanahu wa tala) in addition speaks about the Cerebrum ( ) ( ) (Nay If he (Abu Jahl) ceases not, We will catch him by the forelock (the front part of the brain excessively known as the prefront al lobe) (15) A lying, sinful forelock (9615-16) why does Allah describe the front part of the brain to be lying and sinful?In recent research scientists have found out that the prefrontal lobe very controls a persons decision making, cognitive behavior, personality expression, and moderating social behavior (Yang, Y Prefrontal structure). This part of the brain also deals with the creation of procedures and actions (Miller, Earl the prefrontal cortex). This shows that the prefrontal lobe is the part of the brain that may engage in sinful behavior and entices someone to lie or not. This also shows that the Quran does confirm scientific facts and there is no way an unlettered nomadic Arab man5 in the seventh speed of light could have known these facts.The pagan Arabs of the 7th century were for the most part isolated from the two great empires6 at that time. The two empires did not waste their time in conquering the vast Arabian deserts because of its plain and unattractive look. The Arabs had nothing, they didnt have any monuments, and they didnt have masterful pieces of art. Therefore the Arabs of Mecca7 were not much of a concern to the two empires as well the two empires were not willing to send their forces through the dangerous deserts. Thanks to this isolation, the Arabs were able to refine their language.After a few centuries, the Arabs had regulate their language into an eloquent language where everyman was known to be a poet. The Arabs prided themselves on their language. So much so, they would have tribal battles not with s lyric poem but rather their tongues and the losing tribe would be shamed. The pagan Arabs marveled at the amazing speech of the Quran. When a person speaks he is able to organize his thoughts, but a person is incapable of organizing their oral communication based on what they are going to say later .For example, there are two ayahs that are very much the same one ayah states theorize (O Muhammad) Allah is enough as a witne ss between me and you. The other ayah states Say (O Muhammad) Allah is enough between me and you as a witness The difference is sequence, in the offset printing ayah Allah says witness first, and me and you later. The Quran is very sensitive to context, at the end of the first ayah Allah says he is the ever all knower, all seer of his slaves. The ayah ends speaking about Allah, the word witness for Allah is used first so therefore the ayah begins with Allah and ends with Allah.While the second ayah ends with speaking about people it uses between me and you first then witness second. So the ayah begins with speaking about people and ends with speaking with people. So what is about to be said in the future has a direct influence on how words are organized before. Humans are unable to do that. Prophet Muhammad (sallahu alahi wa salaam) was never known to be a composer of any types of poetry or any other forms of literature. So when they heard this literature they were amazed. Umar b in Al-Khattab was a great enemy of the prophet.He planned to kill the prophet, but on his way he was informed that his sister had joined the religion. He immediately changed course. Upon arrival he hit his sister. He regretted what he did so asked for the paper she was reading (containing ayahs of the Quran). at a time he read it he immediately went to prophet (sallahu alahi wa salaam) and accepted Islam. Umar bin Al-Khattab was a man that was amazed by the Qurans linguistic style and its strong meaning. This is one of the many men who accepted Islam because of the Qurans amazing speech. The famous Arab grammarian H.Gibb had this to say about the Quran As a literary monument the Koran (referring to the Quran) thus stands by itself, a production unique to the Arabic literature, having neither forerunners nor successors in its own idiom. Muslims of all ages are united in proclaiming the inimitability not only of its contents but also of its style and in forcing the High Arabic idiom into the expression of new ranges of thought the Koran develops a bold and strikingly effective rhetorical prose in which all the resources of syntactical modulation are exploited with great freedom and originality. caper Penrice stated That a competent knowledge of the Koran is indispensable as an introduction to the study of Arabic literature will be admitted by all who have advanced beyond the rudiments of the language. From the purity of its style and elegance of its diction it has come to be considered as the standard of Arabic These two men have an understanding of the linguistic excellence of the Quran. Allah says Do they not then consider the Quran carefully? Had it been from other than Allah, they would surely have found in that many contradictions. (Quran 0482). The Quran contains many palindromes palindromes in many languages can only be done with one word. For example, in the English language the word laundry Car can be written the same backward. In the Qu ran there are entire sentences that are palindromes. For example, in the Quran, Allah says ( ) Magnify your Lord (Allah) (Quran 743) In conclusion, the Quran has impacted the world in many ways.The Quran was not only sent to the desert Arabs but rather it was sent to all of mankind. Allah sends out a challenge, Allah (subhanahu wa tala) says ( ) And if you (Arab pagans, Jews, and Christians) are in doubt concerning that which We have sent down (i. e. the Quran) to Our slave (Muhammad Peace be upon him), then produce a Surah of the like thereof and call your witnesses (supporters and helpers) besidesAllah, if you are truthful. (Quran 223) The Quran is a revelation from Allah and it was revealed upon the tongue of Muhammad (sallahu alahi wa salaam). The Quran contains many scientific facts ranging from embryology to the purpose of the frontal lobe. All of this presented in a beautiful linguistic form, so much so when the Quran is translated into English, the lan guages primitive level is unable to display the Qurans linguistic beauty. This renders the English native unable to appreciate the Quran in a way the pagan Arabs of the 7th century were able.The Quran reaches the top level of eloquence in the Arabic language as well as other languages. The idea of Muhammad (sallahu alahi wa salaam) being able to go from being a unlettered man to the top author in the Arabic language is impossible on all plains of reality. Therefore, the only pellucid reason to say is that Muhammad (sallahu alahi wa salaam) has received revelation from the Almighty. QURAN A REVELATION? Name Harun O. G Course GLE20 Teacher Ms. Vacar Date April 09, 2011 1sallahu alahi wasalm means two-eyed violet be upon him 2 Allah is the Arabic word for God and is preferred(to Muslims) 3 subhanahu wa tala means glorified and exalted be he(Allah) 4 Ayat this is the plural version of Ayah, this word does not have a direct translation in English but the closest one is verse. In other places in the Quran ayah means signs. 5 According to sources Prophet Muhammad (sallahu alahi wasalm) was a illiterate man 6 Persian and Roman empire 7 Is found in Saudi Arabia and is the holiest city for Muslims

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