The Holy Quran: From Revelation to Compilation" is a transformative 10-week course designed to provide students with a profound understanding of the various aspects of the Quranic sciences. Throughout this course, students will be exposed to essential topics that encompass the linguistic aspects of the Quran, its divine nature as Kalaam Ullah (the Word of God), the different names attributed to the Quran, the concept of wahi (revelation), and the distinction between the Quran and Hadith Qudsi. The course aims to shed light on the different stages of revelation, the wisdom behind gradual revelation, and the significance of distinguishing between Makki and Madani verses. Additionally, students will delve into the reasons and rulings of revelation, the compilation of the Quran, the different ahruf (letters in the Quran), and the intriguing phenomenon of separated letters and abrogated verses.
The students will gain insight into the different Qira'at (modes of recitation). The course will explore the interpretation (Tafsir) of the Quran, its types, and the utmost importance of this field of study. At the end of this course students will emerge with a deeper connection to the Quran and a greater appreciation for this miraculous blessing and its timeless wisdom and guidance.