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The Quran, the last revealed Word of God

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audio English only Quran for the first time on the internet

 

 

 

"What is the Quran about?"

 

The Quran, the last revealed Word of God, is the prime source of every Muslim's faith and practice. It deals with all the subjects which concern us as human beings: wisdom, doctrine, worship, and law, but its basic theme is the relationship between God and His creatures. At the same time it provides guidelines for a just society, proper human conduct and an equitable economic system.

 

 

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Good day

 

 

 

 

 

"What is the Quran about?"

 

The Quran, the last revealed Word of God, is the prime source of every Muslim's faith and practice. It deals with all the subjects which concern us as human beings: wisdom, doctrine, worship, and law, but its basic theme is the relationship between God and His creatures. At the same time it provides guidelines for a just society, proper human conduct and an equitable economic system.

 

 

Your western Lords some times try to prove that Qur'an is full of violance. Go to the link http://www.thereligionofpeace.com/Quran/023-violence.htm

Now what is your answer?

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Christians need to understand what they have in common with Islam

 

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Muslims today regard the Qur'an (or, as it is sometimes spelled, the Koran) as the literal word of God. That is, it is not about Muhammad (as the four Gospels are about Christ), nor is it by

Muhammad. It is a collection of the actual words of God to Muhammad as God spoke them in Arabic.

 

The Qur'an is taken from the great, celestial Book, which was with God from all eternity, uncreated, as God's everlasting and unchanging utterance. (The Torah and the Psalms and the Gospels

come likewise from the heavenly tablet but are viewed as corrupted in their present form.) It might be helpful, for Latter-day Saints, to compare the Qur'an to the Doctrine and Covenants. Unlike the Old Testament or Book of Mormon, the Qur'an is not a narrative or history. But like the Doctrine and Covenants, it is a collection of revelations on many different subjects, arranged in a roughly

chronological order.

 

The Sunnis, the majority of Muslims, cared less about the identity of the ruler than about the fact that there must be one, in order to avoid anarchy and civil strife. The Shi'ites, on the other hand, insisted—somewhat as the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (now

known as the Community of Christ) once did—that the leadership of the community legitimately belongs to the family of the prophet. That disagreement persists to the present time.

 

After Muhammad's death, the Arabs poured out of their desert home. The ancient and mighty Persian empire, weakened and demoralized by its long war with Constantinople, collapsed before

a ragtag army of Bedouin nomads. The Byzantines, too, lost much of their territory—including their breadbasket, the incredibly fertile province of Egypt. Within a hundred years, Arab armies were

in India, as well as in what is today known as Spain and the former Soviet republics of Central Asia.

 

Islam, however, did not spread by the sword. While the Arabs conquered huge territories, they did not force conversions. In fact, for certain reasons they actually tended to discourage conversion,

especially in the early days. Their general practice was to allow freedom of worship to Jews and Christians, merely taxing them at a somewhat higher rate—among other things, to maintain the

armies, in which Jews and Christians did not have to serve. Islam was, in fact, uniformly more tolerant of minority religions than was medieval Christianity.

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