Proof That There Is Two Types Of Revelation

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بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ

The Quranists, those who reject the hadith literature in its entirety, reject the notion that Prophet Muhammad (p) received revelation (wahee Ghair matlu) outside of the Quran. In this article, I will prove, using verses from the Quran, that Prophet Muhammed (p) did indeed receive other revelation besides the Quran.

One of the great characteristics of every Prophet is that they received a revelation. If one does not receive a revelation, he cannot be called a Prophet. However, although every Prophet received revelations, not every Prophet received a Book. The evidence for this lies in the following Quranic verse:

Arabic
إِنَّا أَوْحَيْنَا إِلَيْكَ كَمَا أَوْحَيْنَا إِلَىٰ نُوحٍ وَالنَّبِيِّينَ مِن بَعْدِهِ وَأَوْحَيْنَا إِلَىٰ إِبْرَاهِيمَ وَإِسْمَاعِيلَ وَإِسْحَاقَ وَيَعْقُوبَ وَالْأَسْبَاطِ وَعِيسَىٰ وَأَيُّوبَ وَيُونُسَ وَهَارُونَ وَسُلَيْمَانَ وَآتَيْنَا دَاوُودَ زَبُورًا
Translation
Indeed, We have revealed to you, [O Muhammad], as We revealed to Noah and the prophets after him. And we revealed to Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, the Descendants, Jesus, Job, Jonah, Aaron, and Solomon, and to David We gave the book [of Psalms]. – Quran 4:163

The above verse shows that the Prophets of past eras all received revelation. But it is a known fact that many of them did not receive a book. The fact that many of the Prophets before Prophet Muhammed (p) did not receive a Book shows that there exists revelation outside of these books. Let’s read the following passage:

And [remember] when the Prophet confided to one of his wives a statement (hadith); and when she informed [another] of it and Allah showed it to him, he made known part of it and ignored a part. And when he informed her about it, she said, “Who told you this?” He said, “I was informed by the Knowing, the Acquainted.” – Quran 66:3

In the above verse, we can see that Allah (via Angel Jibril (as)) informed Prophet Muhammed (p) of something and he told his wife a part of it and kept the remainder secret. Now, of course this cannot mean that the revelation he shared was a verse of the Quran and kept hidden some of it. Reading the verse, it is evident that Prophet Muhammed (p) received revelation besides the Quran. Here is another example:

“Nor does he speak from [his own] inclination. It is not but a revelation revealed. He was taught by one Mighty in Power” – Quran 53:3-5

There are three things to understand from this verse;

1. Everything he ‘speaks’ of does not come from him i.e., Muhammed (p)
2. Everything he speaks of is a revelation sent to Muhammed (p) by Almighty Creator
3. He was ‘taught’ by Jibril (as) on those revelations

The verse shows that Prophet Muhammed (p) received revelation and that Angel Jibril teaches him, and instructs him what to do. My question is: why does the Prophet need to be ‘taught’, instructed by one of the Angel’s of God, if the teachings and instructions are already in the Quran? Does this not show that the ‘teaching’ Prophet Muhammed receives on how to instruct others cannot solely be the Quran, and there must be something else besides the Quran i.e., Wahee Ghair Matlu (un-recited revelation, not part of the Quran)?

Conclusion:

The two verses I have shown is sufficient to prove that there is revelation besides the Quran. Hence, those who still deny such evidences of the Quran, in which Allah sent down two types of revelations are following nothing but the path of falsehood.

 

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  1. Assalam alaikum, it is a good article but there is one fault in Tafser of “He was taught by one Mighty in Power” – Quran 53:3-5, here the meant one is Not Allah (sw) but the angel Jibreel (a.s) if you read the next verses in context but there is other proof which telling us there is other revelation beside Quran, the verse is 45:19 “Then upon Us is its clarification [to you].” Here the you can ask, where is that clarification which revealed by Allah (sw) to His prophet (pbuh). Note: I give you permission to delet my comment and correct your good article. Jazak Allah Khairn.

    • Walaykum Salaam.

      Thanks for the comment. You’re right and that is what I intended to say. The Ilm (knowledge), instructions are from Allah, I should have clarified that it was Jibril (as) who is the one who conveys the message, instructions to Mohammad (p).

  2. No, Quran Alone Muslims do not reject the notion that Prophet Muhammad received wahee outside of the Quran. Get your facts straight!

    • Hi Sandra

      I think you should explore some of your followers beliefs. This belief is held by Quranists. Maybe not all of them believe this, but these people do exist who deny Wahy Ghair Matlu.

      • Hi FlyingPir

        As the brother rightly pointed out, 66:3 shows that Prophet Muhammad did indeed receive Wahy Ghair Matlu. So there is no valid basis to reject the notion that Prophet Muhammad received wahee outside of the Quran. Can you refer me to any Quran Alone website that rejects this notion, after taking 66:3 into account? Any Quran Alone Muslim who is aware of 66:3 would have no basis to reject it.

  3. DiscoverTheTruth, I am a former mushrik, and I would appreciate if you contacted me via my e-mail. Inshallah we will get closer to the Truth by communication and respect.

  4. Salamun Alain,
    Good bro, but see what quranists say about this verse.

      • Discover the Truth, Everything in your article has already been refuted by various people.

        (1) During his prophetic ministry, the prophet had many roles and would have arguably been inspired in many ways.

        (2) The inspiration he received that became part of the ‘Quran’ (the reading) was edict / guidance for believers to follow as part of authorised ‘religion’. In other words, what was vital for mankind’s guidance was included in the scripture.

        (3) Much of the Prophetic “Sunnah” (personal habits, decisions etc) would have been time bound as he would be applying guidance to a certain set of circumstances and the environment he would have been familiar with. Prophetic practice (Sunnah) can also be argued as = Quran (Divinely inspired guidance) + Circumstances (Context driven situations).

        (4) The Ahadith reports captured centuries after the death of the prophet by fallible collectors, often based on mere hearsay should not be seen to automatically support point (1). In other words, just simply because the prophet received various forms of context driven inspirations, does not automatically mean that fallible compilers captured this faithfully centuries later after the death of the prophet based on sectarian hearsay.

        …………………………………………………………………………

        With regards to ‘wahi ghair matlu’

        He received the inspiration (wahi) of two categories according to Sunnis,

        (1) Wahi Matlu, the exact words of God, Qur’an also to be recited in prayers

        (2) ‘Wahi Ghair Matlu’, not to be recited but practiced as told and demonstrated by the Prophet (peace be upon him) in the matters of faith and Din.

        قال الشافعي رضي الله عنه: الحكمة هي سنة الرسول صلى الله عليه وسلم.
        Shafi’i said “Wisdom is Sunnah of the Messenger (s.a.w.)”

        The Book = Qur’an = Verses of Allaah

        The Wisdom = Sunnah i.e., his sayings and actions &c.

        Verses of Allaah = Wahi Matlu (recited revelations)

        Sayings and actions of the Prophet (s.a.w.) = Wahi Ghair Matlu (unrecited revelations)

        However, 33:34 says, the verses of Allaah and the Wisdom is recited:

        And remember what is RECITED in your houses of the VERSES OF ALLAAH and WISDOM. Indeed, Allah is ever Subtle and Acquainted (33:34)

        …………………………………………………………………………

        You said:

        //“Nor does he speak from [his own] inclination. It is not but a revelation revealed. He was taught by one Mighty in Power” – Quran 53:3-5

        There are three things to understand from this verse;

        1. Everything he ‘speaks’ of does not come from him i.e., Muhammed (p)
        2. Everything he speaks of is a revelation sent to Muhammed (p) by Almighty Creator
        3. He was ‘taught’ by Jibril (as) on those revelations//

        Refuted in this article:

        http://quransmessage.com/articles/prophetic%20utterances%20FM3.htm

        Furthermore I believe it’s a bit hypocritical that you won’t cite any tafsir, you do it when it fits your narrative, thus I believe that you’re not honest and I do hope that you allow / accept this comment.

        http://altafsir.com/Tafasir.asp?tMadhNo=0&tTafsirNo=73&tSoraNo=53&tAyahNo=4&tDisplay=yes&UserProfile=0&LanguageId=2

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