The Miracle of the Quran (transcribe from lecture published by Tertib Publication)
The Quran is the greatest miracle of God (Allah) and the Quran is the proof of the truthfulness of Islam. It is the standing and everlasting miracle, but very rarely, have we heard how is it a miracle?
The Quran is the ultimate miracle of our Prophet Muhammad (saw). It is such a miracle that all the other miracles are considered trivial and inconsequential compared to the Quran. This is because the Quran is so powerful, so bright and blinding that no matter how bright the other miracles are; when you have the sun, the stars become useless.
In this book, Dr. Yasir Qadhi discussed on the miracles of the Quran that we either have never acknowledged or we often overlooked. The miracles of the Quran are endless and the points are abundance to be mentioned.
Contents1. The Quran as a mu'jizah
2. The challenge of the Quran
3. The Quran eclipsed other miracles
4. The power of the Quran
5. The eloquence of the Quran
6. The prophecies of the Quran
7. The accuracy of the Quran
8. The perfection of the Quran
9. The scientific miracles of the Quran
10. The consolation of the Quran
11. The certainty of the Quran
12. The guardians of the Quran
13. Discussions on the miracle of the Quran (Q&A)
About the Author
Dr. Yasir Qadhi was born in Houston, Texas and completed his primary and secondary education in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He graduated with a B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Houston, after which he was accepted as a student at the Islamic University of Madinah.
After completing a diploma in Arabic, he graduated with a B.A. from the College of Hadith and Islamic Sciences. Thereafter, he completed a M.A. in Islamic Theology from the College of Dawah after which he returned to America and completed his Doctorate in Religious Studies from Yale University.
Currently, he is the Dean of The Islamic Seminary of America, the Resident Scholar of the Memphis Islamic Centre and a Professor at Rhodes College in Memphis, TN.
|Author||Dr. Yasir Qadhi|
|Dimensions||178 mm x 130 mm x 4 mm|