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This paper discusses and critiques a theory which states that the Qur'an is imperfect and cannot be generalized to all times and places and to all new and changing issues; such a theory requires that people continue to experience what the Prophet would experience in order to fill this void. Later in this paper we deal with the views of Sadr al-Moteallehin and Mowlana about the Qur'an and the relation between the Qur'an and Mathnavi. The paper then, in a firm and documented way, refutes thedoaj:94e18b3e4885400a85476f4aad618dd0 fatcat:bwu2znhvy5cthcm2suxo5kkbtq