|Originally posted by shakur
i will have to disagree with noah. i think you should take
those above word back. the quran is the commandment of allah
the prophet and what how to apply it that is the SUNNAH.
"Shall I seek OTHER THAN THE GOD as
a source of law, when He has revealed THIS BOOK FULLY DETAILED?
....The word of your Lord is COMPLETE, in truth and justice.
Nothing shall abrogate His words; He is the hearer, the omniscient.
Yet, if you obey the majority of people, they will take you
away from the path of The God. That is because they follow
CONJECTURE, and they fail to think." (Quran, 6:114-116)
if you reject the sunnah wich is the commandment of allah
then you have rejected the quran, the sunnah goes into more detials of
what allah ordered.
So youre arguing that the Quran misses details? look at the verse i
just posted, and there are many more saying the excact same thing.
Surah An-Najm 3-4
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Nor does he speak of (his own) desire. It is only a Revelation revealed.
so every hadith is a revelation.
the prophet didn't just say it because he felt like it.
Say what?. Because as we can read in the Quran, he was not infallible, and once even tried to make unlawfull what was lawfull
"Oh Prophet, WHY do you forbid "TUHARAM" that which God has made lawful "AHAL"
in order to please your wives. God is Merciful and Forgiving. God has decreed to
you how to revoke your oaths, and God is your Lord. He is most Wise and
So as obviously demonstrated here. The verse must be reffering to The
Quran, not hadith. He never spoke anything in the Quran out of his own
will, but as a human being he was fallible, and thus God tells us so.