Author

University of Sharjah - The College of Sharia and Islamic Studies

10.34278/aujis.2023.181041

Abstract

              This study spotlights the outset of Descendance of divine revelation upon the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) which is an essential stage in the Prophetic Biography. The study aims at expounding the mechanisms of scientific foundation for four major bases of Islamic Da’wah (Preaching); namely belief basis, knowledge, basis social basis, and Humane basis.
In this study, the objective analytical method was followed.
I have come to many conclusions, including that the beginning of Revelation is considered the fundamental beginning of the doctrinal foundation in Islam, proving the existence of God Almighty and emphasising the perfection of His names and the greatness of His attributes. This also includes the fact that the beginning of revelation constituted the cognitive foundation through which the nation came into being, inspired by a comprehensive cognitive methodology expressed in the fact that knowledge is a divine blessing, that it is not limited to a subjective framework, and that it has multiple mechanisms that require psychological and intellectual evocation.
Additionally, the research findings indicated that during this stage of advocacy, there was a significant emphasis on the importance of humankind and the civilizational adventure of the mankind. This was accomplished by highlighting the remarkable accomplishments of the individual and discussing their role in advancing civilization. Furthermore, the study addressed the significance of human values as a key attribute of the prophet (SAW).

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