Post by: bor3i on August
20, 2017, 05:02:11 am
I believe that there are no abrogation in the verses
of what we have now of the holy Quran.... the forgotten verses been
removed from the human memories.
And the abrogated verses also been forgotten and
altered with a better verses thus removed it from the Quran. Quran
is a Fully integrated texture now and every different verse of it
have it's special way in interpretation when we have the sense of
the Quranic understanding...
giving you an example about alcohol drinking:-
1- Verse (16:67) "And of the fruits of the date-palm,
and grapes, whence ye derive strong drink and (also) good
nourishment. Lo! therein is indeed a portent for people who have
this verse doesn't points that alcohol are allowed,
because Allah almighty said after the strong drink AND a
"good nourishment", not promoting the strong drink, but showing that
he created things for many uses, and can be used for good and evil
and medical stuff.
lets take a look at Isaiah 45:7(KJV)
"I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace,
and create evil: I the Lord do all these things"
2- Verse (4:43) O ye who believe! Draw not near unto
prayer when ye are drunken, till ye know that which ye utter
this verse also doesn't point that Alcohol were
allowed or are allowed, it points that if it happened and your brain
got intoxicated by these stuffs, then don't come to my mosques and
don't pray at all.
And Allah almighty knows best.
As'salamu Alaikum dear brother Bor3i and Everyone
For Noble Verse 4:43, it talks about two things:
1- Those Muslims who were still addicted to alcohol
after alcohol became prohibited. You don't just leave an addiction
in an instant. Some people took
time to cure.
Hence, the Command to never approach Prayer
while drunk or
intoxicated, EVER! Please visit:
2- In today's medicine, there are intoxicating
medicine that people take. They're called narcotic
drugs or medicine.
They are very intoxicating! Many people would not be able to drive
or even stand on their feet after taking them.
The Quran's Prophecy:
Point #2 is also appropriate for this Noble Verse,
because while narcotic medicine did not exist back then, but Allah
Almighty did speak about future scientific discoveries and miracles
that will prove that the Holy Quran to be Divine and the Truth:
So Noble Verse
does indeed also apply today to narcotic medicine and drugs.
Why should I today not apply it to narcotic medicine when the
Glorious Quran is supposed to be for all times, all ages and all
places? What right does any
from the Muslims, have to deny the Glorious Quran to be applied to
today's discoveries and science, especially when Allah Almighty
Himself promised that He will also prove the Quran's Truth through
future scientific discoveries?
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Muslim Ummah, visit:
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