Yilmaz, Hasan
March 2007
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2007, Vol. 11 Issue 31, p81
Academic Journal
The main aim of this article is to construct .an Introduction to Major Themes of the Qur'an. This study is the first part of an investigation that focused .a Thematic and Systematic Examination on Major Themes of the Qur'an.. Furthermore in introduction part with aim of construct a background knowledge related focus thema, with in the context of Qur'an's acknowledgement and definition thought we have mentioned to .Qur'an's Names and Attributes. title. In conclusion analysis, we have reached that Qur.an's acknowledgement and definition related to understanding major themes of the Qur'an.


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