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Why is the Noble Quran considered divine?

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Asked by truth exposed, 14 Dec '12 06:05 pm
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The Quran is a unique book, the like of which is no man is capable of composing. Despite being compiled by an illiterate, who had displayed no literary flair until the age of forty, the unique literary style of the Quran, is one that remains absolutely inimitable. Amongst the existing scriptures, the Quran remains apart, for it can claim to be the only divine text that maintains the very form in which it was first presented. The moral codes laid down in the Quran are applicable for all times and matchless is the righteousness that they manifest. It is indeed a wonder, that over a spell of twenty three years, under varied circumstances, the Quran verses dealt with subjects that are vast and intense, without any disscrepancy whatsoever. Incomparable and great is the transformation that the Quran engendered. In such a short span, the Quran transformed a degraded and depraved society to a point that attained the highest levels of moral excellence, making them the models for the future gene ...more
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Answered by anil garg, 14 Dec '12 08:41 pm

 
  
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Unchanged from one four three zero years
the scientic facts are found true
language very poetic and no man can write
it teaches oneness of god and his powers and messengers
it speaks volumes about peace , love , brother hood , honesty , righteousness etc.
it is unauthored and original word of god
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 14 Dec '12 06:07 pm

 
  
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U already said noble....the same way it is considered as divine.
Answered by ROCK AUSTIN, 14 Dec '12 06:06 pm

 
  
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The Quran is a unique book, the like of which is no man is capable of composing. Despite being compiled by an illiterate, who had displayed no literary flair until the age of forty, the unique literary style of the Quran, is one that remains absolutely inimitable. Amongst the existing scriptures, the Quran remains apart, for it can claim to be the only divine text that maintains the very form in which it was first presented. The moral codes laid down in the Quran are applicable for all times and matchless is the righteousness that they manifest. It is indeed a wonder, that over a spell of twenty three years, under varied circumstances, the Quran verses dealt with subjects that are vast and intense, without any discrepancy whatsoever. Incomparable and great is the transformation that the Quran engendered. In such a short span, the Quran transformed a degraded and depraved society to a point that attained the highest levels of moral excellence, making them the models for the future gener ...more
Answered by z, 14 Dec '12 06:06 pm

 
  
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Khud hi divine bana lo to koi kya kare ?
Answered by BINDAS BOL, 14 Dec '12 08:46 pm

 
  
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It is considered 'Noble' and Divine' only7 by the Muslims. No disrespect intended, Qur'an is considered just as a Holy Book of the Muslims (in True Spirit of Secularism), Like Gita is considered by Hindus as the Voice of God Himself.
Answered by QueSera Sera, 14 Dec '12 06:10 pm

 
  
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