Report Does the Qur'an deny that the prophet performed miracles? in General Islamic Discussion Posted November 11, 2021 On 11/10/2021 at 8:57 PM, Dave follower of The Way said: The earliest record of Islamic belief and practice is the Qur'an. As it doesn't contain clear stories of Muhammed doing miracals (except the splitting of the moon Quran 54:1–2 which is not clear) It would seem that eather he didn't do any and the stories were invented after his death or any miracals he did were not important to the message of the Qur'an. So for me the question is not whether he did miracals or not but why is it important? The Qur'an in the verses quoted are clear that signs were not going to be given to authenticate the message. So if you believe the qur'an why bother about whether Muhammed did miracals or not? On the other hand, When we look at stories of some of the other prophets miracles were an intigral part of their message and teaching. The Qur'an points out that Moses and Jesus both did miracals. The Injil contains many accounts of the miracals of Jesus the Messiah and how he used them to explain his teaching and point people to spiritual truths. It is clear that if we are going to understand God's message through these prophets we need to understand the miracals they did. As miracals are not accredited to Muhammed in the Qur'an it is obvious that they are not important and don't help us to understand his message. its (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم), please say his name with respect, and he (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) definitely performed miracles as per quran, 13:31, 17:1, 8:9, 36:9 and many more, my question wasn't weather he (صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم) performed miracles and if they're in the quran, i asked about the interpretation of 10:20, 13:7, 29:50, 29:51, since i didn't understand them it seemed to me as though these were verses that contradict other verses in which his miracles are relayed, but that's not the case, thanks.