Certel, Hüseyin
March 2004
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2004, Vol. 8 Issue 19, p31
Academic Journal
In this study, first, the position of the Prophet in the religion and his mission will be discussed in terms of communication psychology with references to the Koranic verses. Next, the extremist perceptions of the prophet and the psychosocial reasons for the emergence of these perceptions will be examined. Finally, the main experiences of the Prophet in his life before prophethood will be mentioned in terms of their effects on his personality and as preparations for his mission as a prophet.


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