Loving and Living the Quran

In this session we continued section 5 which contains verses 69 - verses- 104

Here the Qur’an refers to the expressive biography of Abraham and his struggles against polytheists. This explanation has started from Abraham’s debate with his uncle, ’Athar, and the misled people of his time.

It begins as follows:

“And recite unto them the story of Abraham.”

Among all the details and information concerning this great prophet, the Qur’an emphasizes on this matter, saying:

“When he said to his father and his people: ‘What do you worship?’”

Surely Abraham (as) knew what they were worshipping, but he meant to make them speak and confess their own fault.

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Category:Quran Study Circle -- posted at: 11:36pm EST
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In this session we cover section 8-9, verses 141 - to - verses 175. chapter 26 of the Quran, Surah Shuara, The Poets.

The life stories of a few prophets have been told in this Surah, each of which begins with the word ‘Belied’. This is because in these stories the most important point is the subject of prophets being rejected by the ancient people and their destruction.

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Category:Quran Study Circle -- posted at: 12:40pm EST
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In this session we cover section 6-7, verses 105 - to - verses 140. chapter 26 of the Quran, Sura Shuara, The Poets.

Noah’s name has been repeated forty three times in the Qur’an and Allah has introduced Abraham as from among his party, where He says:

“And verily of his party was Abraham.”
 
‘Ad was the name of the great grandfather of the people of Hud,However, here on the words of the Qur’an are about the People of ‘Ad and their prophet Hud, a part of whose life, their destiny, and some instructive lessens involved in them, have been stated in eighteen verses.
 
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Category:Quran Study Circle -- posted at: 1:29pm EST
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In this session we covered section 5 which contains verses 69 - verses- 104

Here the Qur’an refers to the expressive biography of Abraham and his struggles against polytheists. This explanation has started from Abraham’s debate with his uncle, ’Athar, and the misled people of his time.

It begins as follows:

“And recite unto them the story of Abraham.”

Among all the details and information concerning this great prophet, the Qur’an emphasizes on this matter, saying:

“When he said to his father and his people: ‘What do you worship?’”

Surely Abraham (as) knew what they were worshipping, but he meant to make them speak and confess their own fault.

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Category:Quran Study Circle -- posted at: 6:30am EST
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In this session we cover section 3 and 4 - verses 21 - to - verses 68. Where it talks about Prophet Musa (as).How Allah helped Musa (a.s) and his followers from Firoun.

Surah Ash-Shu’ara is the 26th chapter of the Quran. It consists of 227 ayats or verses. The background of the Surah is that the non-believers of Makkah were skeptics and rejected the message of Islam. They would say Muhammad (pbuh) did not show any sign to convince them of his Prophethood.

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Category:Quran Study Circle -- posted at: 5:42am EST
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This is a recording of a live Quran Study Circle Session, section 1 and 2. In part 1, we cover verses 1 to 20 of Chapter 26 of the Quran, Sura Shuara, The Poets.

Surah Ash-Shu’ara is the 26th chapter of the Quran. It consists of 227 ayats or verses. The background of the Surah is that the non-believers of Makkah were skeptics and rejected the message of Islam. They would say Muhammad (pbuh) did not show any sign to convince them of his Prophethood.

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Category:Quran Study Circle -- posted at: 4:27am EST
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