عنوان مقاله [English]
Some Qur'an verses and religious leaders' words refer to the subject of "Qur'an comprehensiveness". Finding the range of Qur'anic topics and decrees will play a central role in organizing the range of demands and people's productivity. Therefore, scholars always seek to find the scope of Qur’anic topics. The common views are: the Qur'an absolute comprehensiveness in all knowledge, the Qur'an absolute comprehensiveness in religious knowledge, the Qur'an comprehensiveness in expressing the religious knowledge main lines, and the Qur'an comprehensiveness compared to other holy books. Using library sources and descriptive-analytical method, this article seeks to review and criticize the reasons for these four approaches. The chosen approach considers the Qur'an comprehensiveness as the productivity of all the Qur'anic signs and indications, along with the Qur'anic guidance to follow the religious leaders and developed intellect. In other words, the Qur'an contains the most comprehensive leading method by guiding people to the three pillars of guidance, i.e. the revealed words, divine guides, and steady wisdom, rather than including all matters directly in the verses.