Glorious Qur'an in Poetic Stance, Part I: With Scientific Elucidations

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iUniverse, 2009 - Religion - 592 pages
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The Holy Scripture of the Qur'an is most enticing and enchanting, captivating and concerning. It provides unfeigned direction for the virtuous. It gives a detailed enunciation of the faith. It teaches men to adhere to a common belief and conviction that is deeper than human consciousness. In Glorious Qur'an in Poetic Stance, Part I author Rashid Seyal answers questions about this ancient text that has appealed to a broad audience over a long period of time.

Seyal's work on the Qur'anic poetry and the philosophical interpretation in light of modern day science has given a new direction to understanding the Holy Scripture. In this, the first of four parts, "Glorious Qur'an in Poetic Stance, Part I" elucidates on: Faith in the Unseen Why the Creation could not take place without a Creator: A mathematical and philosophical interpretation of the text. The fate of the universe and perfect creation The Philosophy of life Death as a natural phenomenon Prayers and the power of concentration Ramadam and fasting Discipline for Drinking and Gambling The cadence and course of Dr. Seyal's writing on the poetic stance of the Holy Scripture besides its Philosophical and scientific discernment looks very imposing and inspiring within the folds of the true message of the text.

However one thing is conspicuous and convincing, that Lord Almighty has given him the essential essence of this noble job to achieve. He seems to be motivated in the perpetuation of this most prudent and prodigious work for the drill and direction of people living in the developed world, who can affirm and embrace any ideology based on logic and intellect.

Written in three languages-English poetry, Arabic, and Urdu translations-"Glorious Qur'an in Poetic Stance, Part I" strives to make sense of a text filled with the puzzle and riddle of interpretation.

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