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Retribution and/or reward-and-punishment ideology is an acknowledged tenet in almost most cultures and religions. To be more specific, in monotheistic religions, retribution is both a core-tenet and teaching. A large portion of Glorious Qur'anic texts embodies the righteous judgment of Allah the Almighty, His gracious as well as wrath feature. They present this tenet in its double-face meaning: the future rewards and bliss to the righteous for their good done, and punishment and misery to the wicked for their evil done in their earthly lives. Both be summed by the doctoral idea of ' heaven'…mehr

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Retribution and/or reward-and-punishment ideology is an acknowledged tenet in almost most cultures and religions. To be more specific, in monotheistic religions, retribution is both a core-tenet and teaching. A large portion of Glorious Qur'anic texts embodies the righteous judgment of Allah the Almighty, His gracious as well as wrath feature. They present this tenet in its double-face meaning: the future rewards and bliss to the righteous for their good done, and punishment and misery to the wicked for their evil done in their earthly lives. Both be summed by the doctoral idea of ' heaven' and ' hell'. Such a solemn theme itself is really challenging to be studied linguistically especially from the stylistic perspective for being part and parcel of the Glorious Qur'an; the supreme and highly style religious texts.
Autorenporträt
Prof. Riyadh T. Al-Ameedi (Ph.D.)A Professor of linguistics and translation at University of Babylon, College of Education for Human Sciences, Dept.of English. He is interested in teaching general, applied and contrastive linguistics as well as syntax.//Saja A. Al-A'ssam (Ph.D.). A lecturer at University of Kufa, College of Arts, Dept. of English.