|Statement||Mohammed Nekroumi, Jan Meise (Hg.) ; unter Mitarbeit von Esther Meininghaus|
|Series||Bonner Islamstudien -- Bd. 7|
|Contributions||Deutscher Orientalistentag (29th : 2004 Halle an der Saale, Germany)|
|LC Classifications||BP130.45 .M63 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||226 p. :|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||2009466540|
Modern Muslim Intellectuals and the Qur'an by Suha Taji-Farouki (Qur'anic Studies: Oxford University Press/ The Institute of Ismaili Studies) This volume examines the writings of ten Muslim intellectuals, working throughout the Muslim world and the West, who employ contemporary critical methods to understand the Qur'an.5/5(3). Books shelved as quranic-studies: The Message of the Qur'an by Muhammad Asad, Approaching the Qur'an: The Early Revelations by Michael A. Sells, Major Th. The Journal of Qur'anic Studies aims to encourage and promote the study of the Qur’an from a wide range of scholarly perspectives. Written in both English and in Arabic, the journal bridges the gap between the two traditions of Muslim and Western scholarship. Issue 3: Issue 3: Modern Science and Approaches to Qur'anic Hermeneutics. Quran studies in the English & Arabic languages. Studies on the sciences in the Holy Quran. Books to help Quranic studies in knowledge and concept and program.
The Science of the Quran: Proving God's Existence through Established Modern Science is the research of Iraqi-American Ahmad Hassan, as he presents his own study and how he believes that modern science establishes the truths of the Quran, that he believes are linked to proof of a supreme being behind it all/5(17). Pages in category "Quranic studies" The following 13 pages are in this category, out of 13 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (). The Muslim World Book Review A condensation of the two enduring research interests—Quranic Studies and philosophy in the Muslim world—of the Italian scholar of Islam Massimo Campanini, with the purpose of presenting the Quran as a book of philosophy. “Naskh,” or “abrogation” as it is translated, has been the subject of numerous studies by Muslim scholars down the centuries. As the mechanism describing how divine rulings from the Qur’an and the actions and teachings of the Prophet (Sunna)1 were superseded by others from these sources, it is natural for naskh to acquire such prominence in Islamic sciences, particularly in .
The one-sided analysis of Islamic teachings and sources, without due attention to the situation of modern critical scholarship inside and outside of Western and Muslim academies on revelation, the compilation of the Qur’an, and Muhammad’s prophecy, does not allow readers in general and experts in particular to view modern quranic exegetical. On the basis of studies of the trove of Quranic manuscripts discovered in Sana’a, Gerd R. Puin concluded that the Quran as we have it is a ‘cocktail of texts’, some perhaps preceding Muhammad's day, and that the text as we have it evolved. He further claimed that, despite the assertion that is ‘mubeen’ (clear), one fifth of the text. The 'Qur'an and modern science, Compatible or Incompatible?' by Zakir Naik is a wonderful book. It states that the Qur'an (the holy book for muslims) is a book of signs. Muslims consider the Qur'an to be of completely divine origin. Meaning, it is from God. It /5. Perhaps one of the most remarkable qualities of the Quran for those living nowadays is the complete consistency between it and many of the discoveries of modern science. One of the first Western scientists to make a serious study of this subject was Maurice Bucaille, who wrote a book called 'The Bible, the Koran and Science'.