This conference will gather scholars to discuss various issues and other issues related to the Quran, especially its function as a foundation of well-being and a trigger for the transformation of...
Call for Papers: The Qurʻan in its Milieu of Origin, Possibilities of the Historical Reconstruction of the Qurʻanic Revelation
International Conference on “The Qur’an in its Milieu of Origin. Possibilities of the Historical Reconstruction of the Qur’anic Revelation” will be held on November 2019, in...
In this article, I propose to put into the balance the various theories (including my own) that have been advanced about the Qurʾān as a...
The National Huffadh Association of UK has launched an app called ‘Tahfidh’ to help you memories the Quran...
The purpose of this work is to investigate the manner in which the Qur’an and Sunna depict female personalities in their narrative literature. It is a comprehensive study of all the female personalities mentioned in...
The story of the birth of Jesus is so eloquently and passionately described in Chapter Nineteen (Surah Maryam) of the holy Quran that it brings one to tears. There are approximately ninety Ayaat spread across fifteen Surahs of the...
The question of when, where, and how Islamic jurisprudence came into being has occupied research in...
This is an opportunity for an outstanding scholar to join the research project Qur’anic Commentary: An Integrative Paradigm (QuCIP), funded by the European Research Council and directed by...
For over a millennium, the Qurʾan has functioned as the ultimate source of authority for Muslims across the world. This authority is not particular to matters of worship; rather, it extends to how Muslims eat, drink, marry, conduct business, and govern their behavior in...
The author argues most cogently that the Islamic Shari'a is a social construct shaped by the prevailing norms and sustained through the subsequent centuries as...