A VIEW OF THE ORIGIN OF RACE AND LANGUAGES ACCORDING TO THE QUR&AN (IN THE CONTEXT OF 22ND VERSE OF SURAH RUM)


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  • Şemsettin IŞIK Ankara Hacı Bayram Veli Üniversitesi İslami İlimler Fakültesi Temel İslam Bilimleri Bölümü Tefsir Anabilim Dalı

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31623/iksad072806

Keywords:

Adam, Noah, Races, Languages, Code

Abstract

A View Of The Origin Of Race And Languages According To The Qur'an (In The Context Of 22nd Verse Of Surah Rum) After Almighty Allah has made the earth livable, He has announced that He will create a human being there. Then the angels expressed their displeasure, but the Prophet. He created Adam and his wife as the first ancestor of men. Subsequently, they took them to a preparatory camp, equipped them with the necessary knowledge and skills for possible situations, and made them available through a language-like communication to express their feelings and thoughts. In addition to these features, it also granted the possibility to share the divine and human data in written or verbal form. Hz. Adam and his wife were then sent to earth and the divine program began to work for the proliferation of prophets. In this way, different races and languages have emerged as the result of the incarnation of the appropriate time and ground, as a giant tree is formed from a small fig seed. This event pointed out that, on one side, it is desirable to meet and meet people and on the other, it is one of the proofs of the Creator's existence. In this study, the formation of races and languages is examined and examined in the context of the 22nd verse of Surah Rum, within the framework of the whole view of the Holy Quran. We are encouraged by this study to have similar words among some languages and to follow the different colors and races in the same nature without interruption.

Published

2021-09-15

How to Cite

IŞIK, Şemsettin. (2021). A VIEW OF THE ORIGIN OF RACE AND LANGUAGES ACCORDING TO THE QUR&AN (IN THE CONTEXT OF 22ND VERSE OF SURAH RUM). IKSAD JOURNAL, 7(28), 81–91. https://doi.org/10.31623/iksad072806

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