The Quran Studies Conference receives proposals on but not exclusively the following areas:
- The emergence of Islamic governments and their Quranic guidelines.
- The law in the Quran and its relation and interaction with secular laws as well as the international law.
- Islamic banking and financial markets; their Quranic foundations.
- The Quranic answers to intellectual and philosophical challenges facing Muslims such as questions raised by atheism and other ideologies and ideas.
- The Quranic foundation of spiritual and mystical trends inside and outside the Muslim world
- The development of media coverage of the Quranic themes.
- An exploration of the literature aiming at clarification of various dimensions of impact by the Quran on the worlds of knowledge, politics, society, psychology and so forth.
- The works undertaken to develop an insight into the traditional interpretations and hermeneutics of the Holy Quran.
- The Arabic language of the Quran, is it in decline or is it being upheld by the advent of new media?
- Translation of the Holy Quran.
- The ethical structures suggested by the Quran and how these structures helped Muslim communities throughout history be morally balanced and in peace.
- The mental healing and therapeutic properties attributed to the Quran.
- The impact of the Quran and Quranic studies on the discourse of the religious thinking across the world.
- New ways of interpreting of the Quran, positive and negative points, a critical outlook.
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