عنوان مقاله [English]
The Qur'an is a kind of speech and every word has an origin. The importance of this origin in order to validate it as revelation is the Qur'an. The present study is entitled To examine the views of Dr. Badawi and Ayatollah Javadi-Amoli about the origin of revelation, relying on the "Omi" of the Prophet (PBUH) by asking the question, what is the origin of revelation? And does the fact that the Prophet (PBUH) be an "mother" have an effect on the revelation of the Qur'an? Some deny the possibility of human beings being able to communicate with the world beyond the senses and insist on the humanity of the Qur'an. They have hypothesized that the Prophet of Islam used the teachings and historical reports of his predecessors to create the Qur'an, and that the Qur'an is the result of the experiences of the Prophet (PBUH) or the genius of his genius. To prove this claim, "Omi" has been interpreted as legibility. Dr. Abd al-Rahman al-Badawi (1988), by denying the humanity of the word of the Qur'an, criticizes the view of Orientalists in this regard and considers the Prophet "Omi" as a prophet sent to the whole world. Ayatollah Javadi Amoli believes that the border between revelation and religious experience is the border between the unseen, intuition, truth and falsehood, and that the Holy Prophet (PBUH) received the truth of the Qur'an in "Maqam Ladun". This analytical article deals with this origin by rational and narrative method and processes library data by critical analysis.