Divine Hadith (Qudsii Hadith)
Divine Hadith (Qudsii Hadith) is a collection of authentic reports that the Prophet r related on behalf of Allah and in the Prophet’s words.
The terminology Hadith Qudsii (Divine Hadith) is derived from the word قدُّوس , namely the “Holiest,” one of Allah’s Names.
Hadith Qudsii differs from the Qur’an in the following ways:
- The Qur’an was brought down by Jibreel u, while Hadith Qudsii is either delivered through Jibreel, through inspiration, or through another means.
- All of The Noble Qur’an is mutawaatir (transmitted and passed down from a substantial number of narrators/memorizers to another substantial number of narrators/memorizers to another substantial number of narrators/memorizers until the present day) while a Hadith Qudsii may or may not be.
- The Noble Qur’an is error-free, while Hadith Qudsii may be narrated by someone who may have forgotten and thus narrates it erroneously.
- The Noble Qur’an may be recited in prayer, while Hadith Qudsi cannot.
- The Qur’an is divided into chapters, verses, ahzab, and parts, while Hadith Qudsii isn’t.
- The reward for reading and reciting the Qur’an has been well-established; however, Hadith Qudsii doesn’t have the same reward.
- The Qur’an is an ongoing miracle until the end of times.
- If someone rejects the Qur’an they are considered kafir, unlike if someone rejects Hadith Qudsii for thinking it came down through a weak narration.
- One doesn’t need to narrate the Hadith Qudsii literally, unlike the Qur’an which must be recited and read letter for letter, word for word.
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