Supposed Contradictions in the Qur’an Article Index

This page is dedicated to gathering the translations related to supposed contradictions in the Qur’an:

Supposed Contradictions Within the Qur’an

The Qur’an is Free of Contradictions: Tafsir ibn Kathir

Supposed Contradictions in the Qur’an: ibn ‘Uthaymeen

Why do the Qiraa’aat Differ?: Makki ibn Abi Taalib

Why do the Transmitters of a Single Qiraa’ah Differ?: Makki ibn Abi Taalib [forthcoming, inshaAllaah]

The Sources for Determining What Has Been Abrogated: al-Suyooti [forthcoming, inshaAllaah]

Supposed Contradictions Between the Qur’an and Sunnah

Supposed Contradictions between the Qur’an and Hadeeth: Sheikh Muhammad Bazmool

Three Categories of the Sunnah in Relation to the Qur’an: ibn al-Qayyim [forthcoming, inshaAllaah]

Differences In Explanations of the Qur’an

The Differing Among the Salaf in Tafsir is Little [forthcoming, inshaAllaah]

A Note on Differing Reports in Tafsir: Ibn Taymiyah

Why do the Mufassiroon differ?: Ibn Taymiyah

Reasons Why the Tafsir of the Sahabah Differed: Muhammad Bazmool [forthcoming, inshaAllaah]

Different Categories of Tafsir from the Companions: Sheikh Saalih Aal al-Sheikh

Transmitted Explanations of the Qur’an: al-Zarkashi

Examples of Reconciling Supposed Contradictions

An Example of Reconciling Multiple Reports on the Reasons for Revelation: al-Suyooti

An Example of Reconciling Different Explanations from the Salaf: Sheikh Muhammad Bazmool

What to do when Multiple “Reasons for Revelation” are Mentioned for the Same Ayah?: al-Suyooti

And Tell the Believing Women Not to Show off Their Adornment, Except for What is Apparent: ibn Taymiyah

Reconciling Differing Reports About Whether a Surah is Makki or Madani [forthcoming, inshaAllaah]

Also explore our translations of excerpts from the book Daf’u Eehaam by sheikh Muhammad al-Ameen al-Shinqitee, which is dedicated to explaining supposed contradictions in the Qur’an


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