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How to approach the Quran - important


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Joined 2017-10-13



As salamu aleykum

Those with a minimum of knowledge on how to read the Quran will know that it is very important to understand the context of the different ayah in order to grasp the full meaning. The context is most of the time referring to incidents that took place during the time of the Prophet, and we also see that many times the Quran is addressing specific people during that time.

When I discuss this topic with friends they say, if this is the case, how can we say that the Quran is meant to be a universal book meant for all times and ages? If it adresses so many incidents limited by time and space, isn’t that equal to saying that the message of Quran is also limited by time and space?

Please clarify this point, how to better understand this issue.

Thank you.