Why do some people have trouble memorizing the Quran?
What evidence is there for the belief that the Quran is addressing the entire people of the world?
What your observation of people who recite the Quran while trying to understand its meaning?
Is it advisable to add disclaimers to the translations of the Quran stating that they are subject to change with the time?
What is the significance of mentioning multiple Janaat and "tajree min tahtihal anhaar" in the Quran?
Is there more than one place in the Quran where God's covenant with Ishmael is mentioned?
What time period does the Quran refer to when it says : "And the Messenger will say, `O my Lord, my people indeed treated this Qur'an as a discarded thing:'" (25:31)?
Why were the first words revealed to Muhammad not "Bismillah-ir-Rahman-ir-Raheem"?
What are the Quranic references to the advent of the Promised Messiah?
What is the meaning of the saying of Muhammad that says that there are seven layers of meanings to the Quran?
Why does the Quran sometimes speak in terms of parables if they are so difficult to understand?
What does the word "trouble" (malign) mean in the Quranic verse, "Verily, those who malign Allah and His Messenger..." (33:58)?
What is the relationship between the Word of God and His Creation?
How can the Quran be said to unabrogated if there were differences in its recitation before it could be compiled into one standard text?
Was the Quran practiced and understood as intended by God in the 1400 years before the advent of the Promised Messiah?
How were the chapters of the Quran named?
Does one need to subscribe to a specific sectarian interpretation of the Quran or can one simply use one's own personal interpretation?
Why do some Muslims hug each when they read a verse annotated with the word "muanaka" in their Qurans?
Did Muhammad compose the Quran himself after meeting with Christians and reading their scriptures?
Why are there more occurrences of sajda annotations in the latter part of the Quran and not in the beginning?
Why is the Quran in Arabic?
Why isn't the recitation of the Quran one of the pillars of Islam?
Why has the text of the Quran been divided into seven "manazil" (parts)?
Should one read the Quran in Arabic, even if they are a new convert?
Why are some copies of the Quran with English translation printed left-to-right whereas other are printed right-to-left?
Are non-Muslims prohibited from touching the Quran?
Why do some Qurans not count "Bismillah" as a verse when assigning numbers to the verses?