:: Volume 10, Issue 38 (Summer 2019) ::
مطالعات تفسیری 2019, 10(38): 107-126 Back to browse issues page
An Interpretation of the Verses of the Prophet`s Wives (with an Emphasis on New Objections)
Abazar Ja`fari *
Islamic M’arif University , ABAZARjafari@gmail.com
Abstract:   (2544 Views)
The holy Qur'an has not spared of any subject having to do with human guidance in the path of ascension and growth. Some opponents, however, have claimed some of the Quranic discourses as being unnecessary and ineffective in the field. As they claim, the discussion of these topics may be taken as a sign against originality of the Qur'an. Among these are the verses on the marriage of Prophet Muhammad (s) and mention of his wives in the Qur'an. As viewed by the opponents, the mention of the Prophet's wives in the Qur'an has been analyzed on the basis of the Prophet's excessive interest in them. They have given such a claim while no direct mention of any of the Prophet's wives is found in the Qur'an, and all the verses that purport to deal with the private life of the Prophet, are in the form of public statements to guide human beings, public statements of wives, and it is essential to guide families, to describe the specific rights and decrees of the Prophet (s) and his spouses, and to explain a comprehensive pattern of prophetic personality in various aspects of human life, including family life. The claim against originality of the holy Quran is, therefore, false.
 
Keywords: Quranic Doubts, Prophet's Wives, Prophet's Marriages
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2018/03/16 | Accepted: 2018/10/4 | Published: 2019/09/23


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