This subject has been discussed in more detail when we looked into the definition of nabiy (Prophet of Almighty Allah) and rasul (Apostle of Exalted Allah), page 8. Please consider the following ayah, in which you will find the reflection of a perfect, twoâ€‘way communication:
"They ask thee concerning wine and gambling. Say: In them is great sin, and some profit for mankind, but the sin is greater than the profit. And they ask thee how much they are to spend (in charity). Say: What is beyond your needs. Thus doth Allah make clear to you His Signs (Words) in order that ye may reflect." II:219
There are fifteen ayat which begin with the expression "They ask thee". There are more ayat which do not explicitly start with this expression; however, it is obvious that they are reflections upon certain earthly matters or questions in the everyday life of people. These ayat make the reading of the Glorious Qur'an most interesting. It is always intriguing to listen to a dialogue, particularly when led by the Almighty, the Wise, the Knowing, and the Merciful One. Another interesting element of this feature is the very effective reflection of downâ€‘toâ€‘earth matters about which common and uncommon people wonder, think, or ask questions for their dayâ€‘toâ€‘day life. This is why the Glorious Qur'an is The Book of Guidance for Allah's dan (His recommended way of life).
By now, we have reviewed sufficiently to enable us to distinguish the difference between the style of writing in the Holy Qur'an and the way human beings write. If this distinction is not yet apparent, there is still a considerable opportunity to grasp this point as one reads through, and finally, when one reads the Glorious Qur'an Itself. It is remarkable that experts have clearly shown that there is a distinct difference between the style, grammar and vocabulary of the Prophet's own words (calledhadith, plural ahadith) and those of the Miraculous Qur'an. This is another proof of the Glorious Qur'an being purely words of Allah the Exalted transmitted to Muhammad (SA), either directly, or through the Angel Gabriel (PBUH). No other religious book offers this feature of Absolute Purity. This is the very feature which makes the Precious Qur'an uniquely Divine.