The Event – A Commentary on Chapter 56: Surat Al-Wqi'ah


This Meccan chapter (srah) describes the Day of Resurrection when all will be brought forth for the final reckoning. On this Day, appropriate segregation and perfect justice will prevail. In this chapter existential evidence is presented whereby man may answer the question of the purpose of his existence. Having answered the question, he may then free himself for the realization of the One Creator, the Sole One deserving of adoration and worship.



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