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The Quran in Terms of Wording-Meaning
In this study, the opinions about the Qur'an's wording-meaning have been examined. It has been accepted by the overwhelming majority of Muslims that the Qur'an belongs to Allah both in terms of its meaning and words, both in the traditional view and in the contemporary period. However, in some Ulumu'l-Qur'an works, three different views have been conveyed on this subject. In these works, unlike the traditional acceptance, the words of the Qur'an are used by Hz. Two more views ascribed to the Prophet and Gabriel have been mentioned. The authors, who conveyed these views in their works, did not make a statement as to who or by whom these views were adopted. In this article, by examining various sources, it has been revealed who those who adopt these views and with which arguments they defend these opinions. As a result of the examinations, the words of the Qur'an were revealed to Hz. It has been seen that the approaches attributed to the Prophet or Gabriel are not accepted in the tradition, and it is accepted that the words of the Qur'an, together with their meanings, belong to Allah.

Allah, Qur'an, Word, Meaning, Hz. Prophet Gabriel.

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