Titled ‘At-Ta’weel wa At-Tanzeel’, the book by Nureddin Abu Lahya employs a new method in presenting Quranic concepts.
In this book, each verse of the Quran is interpreted based on Hadiths in the form of a long story.
The third volume has been published in 852 pages.
According to the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization (ICRO), the author says the exegesis seeks to rectify the errors made by some Muslims in interaction with the Quran.
He adds that instead of contemplating the messages, objectives and concepts of the Quran, some Muslims attach importance to sideline issues like recitation, Tajweed, styles of recitation, and Asbab Nuzul (causes of revelation).
While recognizing the importance of these issues, the book tries to highlight the much more significance of the teachings, concepts and objectives of the Holy Book, Abu Lahya says.