Among the most foundational beliefs of Muslims is that the Qur’an is the divine, preserved, unparalleled Speech of God. The Qur’an itself challenges those who deny it to “produce something like it” if they are truthful in their claim. This is known as the eternal challenge of the Qur’an, and it is part of demonstrating that the Qur’an’s authorship cannot reasonably be attributed to anyone but God.
What does it mean for the Qur’an to be miraculous in nature? What are the different proofs that show us this is true? How does this knowledge affect our relationship with God and with His Book?
In the season 2 finale of DoubleTake, join host Mohamad Zaoud for a conversation with Sh. Suleiman Hani, author of the Yaqeen Institute paper “Introduction to I’jāz al-Qur’ān: The Miraculous Nature of the Qur’an.”
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