The Truth Or The Religious Element (12)
Otherwise, the creation of man will be in vain, “Did you think that We had created you in play (without any purpose), and that you would not be brought back to Us?” (XXIII, 115);
“Does man think that he will be left neglected (without being punished or rewarded for the obligatory du-ties enjoined by his Lord Allâh on him)?” (LXXV, 36).
Thus, the unique religion which the Qur’an wants to establish is founded on evident principles.
If the religious theme remains in reality as it had always been, undoubtedly, it had realized a real progress under the form it has taken through the Qur’an. This is because the Qur’an has administered the proof in a manner proper to convince the most rigorous intellects and to make the hardest hearts vibrate. It has given its extremely comprehensive and penetrating views on the celestial and earthly whole universe and has extracted lessons of every aspect of the internal and external creation. Also because the religious material itself concerning the attributes of God and the destiny of the soul are presented in a stronger development than anywhere else.
Add to this that the divine sense is at the same time characterized by a very particular purity, which alienates it from any rude anthropomorphism and by an invasive force, which transports the audience into the sublime world of the spirit.
 Read for e.g. Surahs XIII, XX, XXXIX, XL, XLI, XLII and II, 255-260; III, 190-195; IV, 77-79; V, 109-end; VI, 95-104; LVIII, 7; LIX, 21-end.
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