Nowadays, people tend to be less concerned about their religion and more interested in the benefits of the term "spiritualism" and how it can help them live a more fulfilling life. More and more people are looking for ways to make sense of spirituality in general in addition to finding creative new ways to expand their personal connections with God. One way they do this is through reading and learning the Quran. The Quran is considered by Muslims as one of the holy books that guides individuals on how they should practice Islam, be it for religious or personal reasons. Al-Madinah Al-Yunus (Yunus) is said to have been the first person to have read aloud the entire Quran. He published a written version of the Quran in 8 volumes without writing any commentary or arguments to support his arguments, just as the Quran itself does not contain commentaries or arguments. However, throughout history many people have read and reread parts of it to seek answers for their questions about God and nature, nature's relationship with humans, or even for personal reason s.Reading the Quran can help provide answers by looking at verses which are interpreted differently by many different people. The way the verses are interpreted is often based on the context of the time and the history of Islam and its Empires. There are some scholars who argue that reading the Quran with a bias and an agenda (e.g. to find passages which support one's own argument) can lead to incorrect interpretations because it does not address all of the fundamental issues of Islam without bias, but instead it speaks out against them. According to Muhammad Al-Ghazali, people who read scripture with biased minds or religious agendas will never be able to understand or interpret it correctly.
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