Asif Uddin discusses the accusation from some non-Muslims that the Qur’an is incoherent and unsystematic. Additionally, he discusses the wisdom why the Qur’an is structured the way it is. He answers this by looking to what scholars have said. Interestingly, the best answer to this discussion is found in a hadith of the Prophet. Register to the course and find out.
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Who considered the Qur’an incoherent?
How was the Qur’an revealed?
How did they reclassify it?
Why did they feel the Qur’an to be incoherent?
Who has argued that the Qur’an is coherent? [Thematic]
Who has argued that the Qur’an is incoherent? [Chronological]
The Prophetic Coherence
The Inner Secrets of the Prophetic Coherence
Distinct Features of the Structure of the Qur’an
Skill levelAll levels
Divine Coherence Course (click the first lesson to begin course) 2
Shaykh Asif Uddin was born and raised in the UK and graduated in Business and Information Technology from the University of North London. He further pursued a Masters in Information System at Brunel University. He has been heavily involved in the Da’wah from the time he was at university. He is a keen Student of Knowledge and has studied the Islamic sciences in Mauritania, Egypt and Qatar, and continues that journey today. Asif gives weekly circles Tafseer and is a lecturer for Sabeel and MRDF and the former Editor-in-Chief at Islam21c.com. He has a show called Chapter by Chapter on Eman channel, discussing each surah of the Quran. He has recently completed an MA in Islamic Studies at SOAS and is a PhD candidate at Swansea university related to Qur’anic Studies. He is currently working at iERA in research and education department.