urdu The Qur'anic Method of Teaching and Learning and its Limitations in the Present Era


  • Sajjad Ali Author
  • Haji Karim Khan




hadith, education, reality, perception, student


Islam has made it obligatory for every Muslim to acquire knowledge. This does not mean obtaining a certificate or a degree, but it means to understand the phenomena of nature intellectually and rationally. This will be possible when we will peep interiority of our self. According to Quranic instructions it is necessary to adopt a systematic and scientific approach to acquiring knowledge. Qur'an briefly describes different angles of acquiring knowledge like narrative, interrogative, question based; analytical, poetic, comparative and critical methods of teaching. The Muslim Ummah has a firm belief that the Qur'an is a comprehensive book that mentions every facet of life, but this does not mean that the Qur'an is a manual book. This means that the Qur'an contains symbols and hints about everything. There are many indications and hinds in the Quran regarding how to acquiring the knowledge. This article explores modern methods of teaching in the light of Qur'anic verses.