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how does the koran understand injeel and kitab?

Posted: Thu Dec 02, 2021 2:20 pm
by moses

so injil is not the 27 books of the new testament, it is suppose to be a revealation.

Re: how does the koran understand injeel and kitab?

Posted: Tue Oct 11, 2022 9:42 pm
by Ticishe
1. Injeel (the book) is the first revelation of Allah's messenger (pbuh). He was sent to mankind to convey the message of Islam.
2. Kitab (book) is the second revelation of Allah's messenger(pbuh). It contains the Qur'an.
3. Koran is the third revelation of Allah's messenger. It is the final revelation of Allah's messenger and the last scripture revealed to him.
4. Quran is the name of the book written by Allah's messenger.
5. Sunnah is the way of life followed by the prophet Muhammad (pbuh).
6. Hadith is the narration of the sayings and deeds of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). There are many hadiths.
7. Ijmaa is the consensus among Muslims about what is right and wrong.
8. Fiqh is the science of Islamic law.
9. Tafseer is the explanation of the verses of the Holy Book (Quran).
10. Taalib is the teacher who explains the meaning of the Holy Book (Tafseer).
11. Qiyas is the method of analogy used in the interpretation of the Holy Book (Hadith).
12. Shari`ah is the path of Allah.
13. Shariah is the system of laws given by Allah.
14. Sharia is the general term for the set of rules known as shariah.

Re: how does the koran understand injeel and kitab?

Posted: Thu Dec 08, 2022 8:23 pm
by Gd1234
I would like to learn more about korans origins from a historical perspective
I'm curious if the author of this piece is biased.

On one side his slide he says academic study of religion presumes naturalism ( no causes outside nature) however he also says it would be wrong to view koran as not a miracle.

I get it would be outside the scope of determining if a miracle occured without evidence. But if one is looking at a piece of evidence im unsure why analyzing it to see if there is anything outside the laws of nature to justify it being a miracle or not.