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Bir İ’câzü’l-Kur’ân İddiası: Sarfe

Sarfa: an E’Jaz al-Quran Claim

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Some Muslim scholars have fallen into disagreement about the sides of e’jaz al-Quran in spite of the fact that all of them agree with that al-Quran is the most important miracle of Muhammad. In the noble Qur'an we find a challenge from Allah to compose a literary work on a par with this Qur'an it is indeed the work of mankind. They could not. Sarfa is a theory which isn’t known widely in comparison with other sides of e’jaz al-Quran. This theory was brought up by the Mu’tazilite scholars. Sarfa consists of two aspects: Essentially, people (Arabs) are able to create excellent literary texts similar to al-Quran. But Allah defies them of these attempts by two ways: Either by taking away their intentions of creating such work as al-Quran (indirect sarfa), or seizing their abilities when they set about undertaking (direct sarfa). In these two manners, we observe that there is no any literary e’jaz in the Quranic texts but divine blocking. Even if there are a lot of disputes and ob-jections to sarfa, there are too many scholars accepting it among the Sunnite, Mu’tazilite and Shi’ite scholars. In this article, we have discussed sarfa and showed some of its historical aspects and attempted to put forth this theory in a new approach for consideration.
Some Muslim scholars have fallen into disagreement about the sides of e’jaz al-Quran in spite of the fact that all of them agree with that al-Quran is the most important miracle of Muhammad. In the noble Qur'an we find a challenge from Allah to compose a literary work on a par with this Qur'an it is indeed the work of mankind. They could not. Sarfa is a theory which isn’t known widely in comparison with other sides of e’jaz al-Quran. This theory was brought up by the Mu’tazilite scholars. Sarfa consists of two aspects: Essentially, people (Arabs) are able to create excellent literary texts similar to al-Quran. But Allah defies them of these attempts by two ways: Either by taking away their intentions of creating such work as al-Quran (indirect sarfa), or seizing their abilities when they set about undertaking (direct sarfa). In these two manners, we observe that there is no any literary e’jaz in the Quranic texts but divine blocking. Even if there are a lot of disputes and ob-jections to sarfa, there are too many scholars accepting it among the Sunnite, Mu’tazilite and Shi’ite scholars. In this article, we have discussed sarfa and showed some of its historical aspects and attempted to put forth this theory in a new approach for consideration.

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Sayı
Cilt: 3, Sayı: 3, Kış 2003
Geliş Tarihi
06.10.2003
Kabul Tarihi
23.08.2019
Yayın Tarihi
31.12.2003
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Araştırma Makalesi
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Nasıl Atıf Yapılır

Polat, Fethi Ahmet. “Bir İ’câzü’l-Kur’ân İddiası: Sarfe”. Marife 3/3. 31 Aralık 2003. 185-218. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3343415.
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