Legends and The Quran

Legends And The Quran

Suras Classification of Sura

Meccan suras - Medinan suras

List of Suras

1.Al-Fatiha - 2.Al-Baqara - 3.Al Imran - 4.An-Nisa - 5.Al-Ma'ida - 6.Al-An'am - 7.Al-A'raf - 8.Al-Anfal - 9.At-Tawba - 10.Yunus - 11.Hud - 12.Yusuf - 13.Ar-Ra'd - 14.Ibrahim - 15.Al-Hijr - 16.An-Nahl - 17.Al-Isra - 18.Al-Kahf - 19.Maryam - 20.Ta-Ha - 21.Al-Anbiya - 22.Al-Hajj - 23.Al-Mu’minoon - 24.An-Nur - 25.Al-Furqan - 26.Ash-Shu'ara - 27.An-Naml - 28.Al-Qasas - 29.Al-Ankabut - 30.Ar-Rum - 31.Luqman - 32.As-Sajda - 33.Al-Ahzab - 34.Saba - 35.Fatir - 36.Ya Sin - 37.As-Saaffat - 38.Sad - 39.Az-Zumar - 40.Ghafir - 41.Fussilat - 42.Ash-Shura - 43.Az-Zukhruf - 44.Ad-Dukhan - 45.Al-Jathiya - 46.Al-Ahqaf - 47.Muhammad - 48.Al-Fath - 49.Al-Hujurat - 50.Qaf - 51.Adh-Dhariyat - 52.At-Tur - 53.An-Najm - 54.Al-Qamar - 55.Ar-Rahman - 56.Al-Waqi'a - 57.Al-Hadid - 58.Al-Mujadila - 59.Al-Hashr - 60.Al-Mumtahina - 61.As-Saff - 62.Al-Jumuah - 63.Al-Munafiqun - 64.At-Taghabun - 65.At-Talaq - 66.At-Tahrim - 67.Al-Mulk - 68.Al-Qalam - 69.Al-Haaqqa - 70.Al-Maarij - 71.Nuh - 72.Al-Jinn - 73.Al-Muzzammil - 74.Al-Muddathir - 75.Al-Qiyama - 76.Al-Insan (al-Dahr) - 77.Al-Mursalat - 78.An-Naba - 79.An-Naziat - 80.Abasa - 81.At-Takwir - 82.Al-Infitar - 83.Al-Mutaffifin - 84.Al-Inshiqaq - 85.Al-Burooj - 86.At-Tariq - 87.Al-'Ala - 88.Al-Ghashiya - 89.Al-Fajr - 90.Al-Balad - 91.Ash-Shams - 92.Al-Lail - 93.Ad-Dhuha - 94.Al-Inshirah - 95.At-Tin - 96.Al-Alaq - 97.Al-Qadr - 98.Al-Bayyina - 99.Az-Zalzala - 100.Al-Adiyat - 101.Al-Qaria - 102.At-Takathur - 103.Al-Asr - 104.Al-Humaza - 105.Al-Fil - 106.Quraysh - 107.Al-Ma'un - 108.Al-Kawthar - 109.Al-Kafirun - 110.An-Nasr - 111.Al-Masadd - 112.Al-Ikhlas - 113.Al-Falaq - 114.Al-Nas

Prophets in the Quran

Adam (Ādam - آدم) - Enoch (Īdrīs - إدريس) - Noah (Nūḥ - نوح) - Eber (Hūd - هود) - Saleh (Ṣāliḥ - صالح) - Abraham (Ibrāhīm - إبراهيم) - Lot (Lūṭ - لوط) - Ishmael (Ismā‘īl - إسماعيل) - Isaac (Isḥāq - إسحاق) - Jacob (Ya‘qūb - يعقوب) - Joseph (Yūsuf - يوسف) - Job (Ayyūb - أيوب) - Jethro (Shu‘aib - شعيب) - Moses (Mūsá - موسى) - Aaron (Hārūn - هارون) - Ezekiel (Dhul-kifl - ذو الكفل) - David (Dāwud - داود) - Solomon (Sulaimān - سليمان) - Elijah (Ilyās - إلياس) - Elisha (Alyasa‘ - اليسع) - Jonah (Yūnus - يونس) - Zechariah (Zakariyyā - زكريا) - John the Baptist (Yaḥyá - يحيى) - Jesus (‘Īsá - عيسى) - Muhammad (Muḥammad - محمد)

Quran reading

Tajwid - Tarteel - Rasm - Muqatta'at - Ruku' - Sujud

Recitation and Reciters

Hafiz (List of Hafiz) - Qari' - Qira'at

Translations

List of translations - English translations

History

Mus'haf - Tanazzulat

Tafsir

Qisas Al-Anbiya - Persons related to verses - Asbab al-nuzul - Naskh - Biblical narratives - Tahrif - Bakkah - Esoteric interpretation

Perspectives

Shia - Criticism - Desecration - Surah of Wilaya and Nurayn -

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Quran and Sunnah - Literalism - Justice - Miracles - Science - Legends - Beit Al Quran - Digital Quran - Female figures

This article considers the relation of the Qur'an, the central religious text of Islam, and pre-Islamic mythology and legends.

Early in Islamic history, debates over the role of Jewish mythology, as well as Christian Biblical apocrypha references in the Qur'an, the sacred text of Islam, existed. "Myths are narratives that serve to explain and describe the experienced world by laying bare its archetypal patterns; they are often staged in a cosmic or supernatural framework so as to manifest binding truths, to generate meaning and provide guidance. Legends, raising no such universal claim, may be understood as narratives of pious imagination celebrating an exemplary figure."

However, the acknowledgment of Qur'an's incorporation of myths and legends is not widely accepted in the Islamic community and remains a sensitive and controversial topic as it is often used to threaten the Qur'an as the word of God. Instead, Islamic scholars point out that difference between the Qur'anic accounts and that of Jewish mythology and Christian Biblical apocrypha service to correct the legends, and thus rendering them factual and reliable.

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