The Qur’ān is the sacred Book that Muslims believe was revealed to Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him), the last of the Prophets. The Qur’ān was revealed to him gradually, bit-by-bit over a 23 year period – from the time of his call to be a Prophet in 610CE until shortly before his death in 632CE. Muslims believe that Allāh does not speak directly to humankind, rather He created them, then... more

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Excellent question -

The most simple answer is to guide humans.

Muslims believe God didn't just create us & leave, but that he actively guides us to be the best we can be.

This has come through many different signs & revealed books (like the Torah, & the Bible) when we were at different stages of readiness to accept guidance. The final revelation (the Quran) came to summarise, add to, & finalise... more

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