التعارض والترجيح، وموقف مفسري شبه القارة الهندية عن وقوع التعارض في القرآن (دراسة تحليلية ونقدية من خلال مقدمات التفاسير الأردية المختارة)
Conflict and Precedence, and the Opinion of the Interpreters of the Indian Subcontinent Regarding Contradiction in the Qur’an (A Critical and Analytical Study through the Prologues of Selected Urdu Interpretations)
Keywords:Conflict, Precedence, Ta’aruz, Tarjeeh, Opinion of the Interpreters, Contradiction in the Qur’an
Allah Ta'ala revealed the Holy Qur'an to the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and made this book a guidance and light for mankind and made a means of confirming the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). Scholars and commentators have explained the meanings of this book systematically since the revelation of the Holy Quran till today.
There are two types of verses in the Holy Qur'an, one Muhkam which is clear in meaning, the other is Mutashābih whose meaning is difficult to understand, However, there are some verses whose meaning is clear but contradicts the meaning of other verses. So, is there a contradiction in the Quranic verses or not? And if so, then how would it be possible to prioritize them? Have scholars of the subcontinent discussed these issues in their academic heritage or not? Especially in prologues of their interpretation? If so, what are their opinions? All these questions have been discussed in this article.
There are a few prevailing interpretations of the subcontinent selected for this article. The article is divided into two main parts, firstly, the meaning of conflict and priority is explained, and secondly, the opinions of the scholars of the subcontinent are discussed regarding this problem.
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