A Chronological Qur'an


WHEN YOU want to look up something in the Qur'an, or share a passage with someone, or maybe you're ready to take the Pledge and read the Qur'an, here is a clean, professional site you can use:

A Chronological Qur'an

As it states in the site description: "One reason the Qur'an can be difficult to understand is that its chapters are generally arranged by size (longest chapters toward the front, shortest toward the back), rather than in chronological order (read more about this). This site presents the chapters chronologically, in a time-sequence accepted by scholars at the world's chief center of Islamic learning, Al-Azhar in Cairo. Below are three popular translations we have thus arranged."

In the right sidebar is a linked list of each Sura of the Qur'an (each chapter), in chronological order, along with the number of the Sura originally given to that Sura in a traditional Qur'an.

It's simple and useful.


Damon Whitsell 10:28 AM  

HA HA,, this site looks like a CW made site. GREAT JOB!!! And thanks for marking the first Medina Surra.

I am committing to reading all the Medina Surras this week and will be doing a series of articles concerning my observations.

I read the last Surra you have listed so far (are you finished yet, is that the last one chronologically or do you have more to post?) and I noticed some really interesting names for unbelievers. I am going to earmark those and write about them.

Do you have any suggestions of what I could look for to write about. I'm sure other things will come to mind as i read but just thought I would ask if you might can think of anything I can look for as I read.


Traeh 10:40 PM  

Damon, thank you for saying it looks like a CW site! That's a great compliment. The site is not CW. I made it.

No, I haven't posted the last Medina chapters yet, but now I'll have to get in gear and finish up, since Citizen Warrior has pointed to the site!

Thank you Citizen Warrior!

Traeh 1:12 AM  

Ok, Damon. All 114 Qur'an chapters have now been posted at the website. You can finish reading the Medina chapters.

Thank you for giving me the impetus to complete the website early!

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