author’s approach to judge conventional explanation of the Quran is itself based
on a part of conventional materials. In order to reject some part of conventional
explanation, he has applied another part of it but for a different purpose,
that is, to indirectly consider that all mainstream Muslims’ approach was at
nothing new in this article except for being dependent on speculation so as to
term entirety of the conventional explanation a result of ‘misreading’.
Makki and Madani verses, there are, though, huge differences among scholars who
played their sincere role in doing what they thought to be acceptable to God,
the most authentic one which gathered majority of Muslims on mainstream
platform in every century is taken to be akin to definite argument.
this much is not enough for deducing any ruling, as a jurist has to take into
consideration all verses related to a ruling so as to reach the understanding
of the Divine texts.
The Prophetic Mission is divided into four distinct phases and could have ended with phase 1, phase 2, or phase 3. That it completed all four phases is incidental. There is no contradiction between what is revealed in any of the four phases with what is revealed in other phases.
The Message is a seamless continuum as is evident from the following articles:
The Story of the Prophetic mission of Muhammad (pbuh)
from the Qu’ran (part 1): The early opposition
(Part 2): The Clear Warning to the Meccan Pagans
(Part 3): Important Pointers from the Stories of the Prophets
(Part 4): The Medinian Period
(Concluding Part) Summary
(Part 6): The People of the Book and
The Quran is a Book of revelations and not a book of theology or any other _logy.
How Islamic Scholars Distort
the Message of the Qur’an Misled By the Previous Scriptures