Qur'anic Themes

  • The Different Stages of Submission & Faith

    Generally, the Qur’an mentions four stages of submission and four stages of faith. While each of these stages can be reached by a servant of God b...
  • Chapter 6 (al-An’am)

    The purpose of this chapter is to elaborate on the Unity of the Almighty Allãh in its general meaning: that the human being has a Lord Who is the ...
  • Chapter 5 (al-Ma’ida)

    If we meditate on the beginning and end of this chapter and ponder on the general verses which have been revealed in it and look at the admonition...
  • Chapter 4 (al-Nisa)

    The chapter aims — as may be seen from the opening verse —describing matrimonial laws, like the number of wives allowed, the women with whom marri...
  • Chapter 3 (al-Imran)

    This chapter aims at exhorting the believers to remain united in religion and to defend its cause with patience, forbearance and determination. It...
  • Chapter 2 (al-Baqarah)

    This chapter was revealed piecemeal; therefore, it does not have a single theme. However a major part of it shows a general objective: It emphasi...
  • Chapter 1 (al-Fatiha)

    People often take the name of one of their great and powerful personalities at the time of doing or beginning a work. By this association, it is b...