“Quran Alone” but we’re so fond of the Sunnah!


When you say “Quran alone“, does that mean “without the additional stuff Rashad Khalifa said were Quran alone although they are not in the Quran, but we think they are referred to in the Quran as “the Sunnah” that is protected over years, and then we say Salat was protected although Rashad Khalifa showed us a whole new way to do it although we previously admitted that Wuduu (ablution) was mentioned in the Quran because the practice was changed (just like salaat, but the steps of salaat were not mentioned in the Quran although they should have according to Rashad Khalifa’s theory! And then we fail to see that thinking the Sunnah is referred to through the Quran IS THE SAME as thinking that Hadith was referred to in the Quran, which means we should just follow hadith anyway but we don’t, because it’s SO not Quran Alone”?

Like if you get it.

Nice people with good intentions


A recent comment I saw about Quranists

I have had a few good conversations with Quranists, they are nice people with good intentions, just lack the proper foundation and understanding. I guess who needs the words of The Prophet (saw) when your good at math and can just make up ideas based on equations.

Again, sadly, the misconception is that Quranists are numerologists / Submitters / Rashadites / Khalifites / 19ers etc

see related post: Quranists are not Rashadites

More info about Quranists

The Quranists’ role in Combatting Islamic Fundamentalism


Some person asked on Yahoo Answers : What’s your opinion on Quranists? I said:

I am a Quranist and I believe that Quranism is the movement which will stop the advance of Islamic Fundamentalism for one very simple reason:Islamic Fundamentalism comes from hadith or hadithic interpretation of the Quran. Not all hadith promotes it of course but in general, hadith creates an artificial group which is the ‘saved sect’. This entitles them (in their estimation) to disallow any other approach to islam.

We need Quranism to overcome this menace because only Quranists have no reverence for the classical clergy.