Qur'an

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Qur·'an

or Qur·an  (kə-răn′, -rän′, kô-, kō-)
n.
Variants of Koran.

Qur'an

(kʊˈrɑːn; -ˈræn)
n
(Koran) a variant of Koran
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He was horror stricken at the thought of a woman smoking and trembled also to think that his eyes, just raised from the pages of the book of God, had looked upon the bare shoulders and white throat of a woman.
The highest authority for Sunnis explained that the Quran was the Book of God available to those who sought wisdom and that Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) urged Muslims to recite it in a manner that conveys its meaning.
TEHRAN (FNA)- It is recommended for every believer to recite the Book of God, the Noble Quran with due contemplation and understanding.
Speaking on the occasion, Shaikh Mohammed said: "Serving the book of God, preserving, printing and distributing it is the grace of Allah.
And ad Q 3:78 ("so they add it to the book of God"), the exegete cites two reports, one attributed to Qatada according to which the Jews "introduced something new" into the book of God and pretended that this insertion was divine revelation, and the other attributed to Ibn Abbas according to which the Jews "added to the book of God what God did not reveal.
Your people expect from you firm positions against campaigns being unleashed against Islam, the Prophet (peace be upon him) of Islam, and holy book of God.
The Holy Bible is a history book of God the Father's dealings with the chosen people, namely the Israelities.
For the more general reader, The Book of God has three chapters of interest: one on literature, modernity, and evil (which involves an intriguing discussion about the "transformation of evil from a metaphysical to a moral category" (37); another on the nature of religion (a question which invariably arises in conversations about secularization as it is necessary to consider what the putative opposite of the secular is); and a fabulous concluding chapter that wonders whether one can be committed to the "intentionality" of texts without simultaneously committing oneself, even if unknowingly, to the "divine intentionality" of the world (224).
In their statement, the senior Scholars noted that while appealing to God Almighty to bestow stability on all Muslims and to agree on the right path by rulers and ruled alike, they thank God Almighty for the united word of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as described in the Holy Book of God Almighty and the Sunnah of the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) under the wise leadership that has the right legitimacy.
Yet I find myself in great sympathy with Wesley's unbridled romance with "the Book of God," declared as unguardedly as the love of a teenage girl.