The last verse to be revealed was,"
And fear the Day when you shall be brought back to Allah. Then every soulshall be paid what it earned and none shall be dealt with unjustly."
Themes and Divisions of Quran:
A typical chapter of the Qur'an may address any combination of the followingthemes: God and creation, prophets and messengers from Adam to Jesus, Muhammadas a preacher and as a ruler, Islam as a faith and as a code of life, disbelief, humanresponsibility and judgment, and society and law.To
emphasise the deserving importance of the entire being, and the environment inwhich the human being lives, Almighty God has granted many environmental namesto the
of the Holy Qur'an, such as The Night, The Day, The Spider, TheHoneybee, The Dawn, The Time, The Sun, The Moon, etc.For the convenience of those who wish to read all the
of this great book over afixed period, the Glorious Qur'an is divided into 30 equal parts, each called one
juz' (plural, ajza'
meaning parts), or into seven equal segments, each called a
is subdivided into two
(sections) which are further divided in four
(quarters). Therefore, if one reads one
every night, the entire Qur'an will be readin about eight months. Similarly, if one wishes to read the complete Qur'an in oneweek, one must read one
a day. Large
of the Glorious Qur'an are alsodivided into
according to the meaning of the passage.
The Truthness of Quran:
From the very beginning the Quran calls itself a ’book’---something written----not anoral revelation. It is a Book essentially not by accident. The Quran differs from allother ‘sacred literature’ in claiming to be inspired in the strictest sense, each andevery word being the word of God Himself and in its being preserved in its original purity.It also means that there is no doubt within it. Everything is true and strictly accurate.The Divinity of the Quran is based on its purpose----to give guidance. The other thingis that ‘doubt’ is in itself very painful. When doubt appears one can not makedecisions---with continuous doubt in life there is a continuous feeling of