The Quran, the sacred scripture of Islam, is revered as the spoken word of God by approximately one-fifth of the world’s population. Since its inception, the power of the Quran has derived not only from its message, but also from the inimitable literary style and rhetorical impact that the Arabic scripture has on its audiences. Divine Speech: Exploring the Quran as Literature attempts to make some of the most recent Arabic and European-language scholarship on its literary features accessible to a wider, English-speaking audience. These features include its language and word choice, its use of figures of speech and other rhetorical devices, its manner of narrating parables and stories, and the structure, coherence, and the order of its “chapters”-aspects that typically remain mysterious to readers of English translations of the text. Divine Speech furnishes its readers with a better appreciation of the Quran from a literary perspective, and in the process stimulates interest in, and provides tools and resources for, further study of the scripture.
Divine Speech by Nouman Ali Khan
The Qur’an is examined in Nouman Ali Khan’s brief but powerful work “Divine Speech” as a miracle revelation from Allah. Khan explains the Qur’an’s role as a beautiful and profound source of direction and wisdom in plain words. He talks about the Qur’anic language and literature, emphasising the unity and richness of the text. This book encourages people to consider the Qur’anic teachings and how they might enhance their lives.
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