Quranic Verses and Sources of Ocean Energy


  • Mifedwil Jandra Centers of Research and Community Engagement (LPPM), Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University, Yogyakarta
  • Shofyullah MZ Faculty of Usuludin And Islamic Thought, Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University, Yogyakarta




Oceanic Verses, Bahr, Islamic Marine Knowledge


This study related to Quranic verses about ocean and energy sources. The Quranic verses about ocean examined in two ways: classically and contemporarily. This study uses modern scientific commentary (tafseer) through the parallelistic approach. The aims of this study is to obtain information about the relevance between Quranic verses, natural phenomenon, energy sources, and the advantages. The commentary about ocean in the Quran offers some alternatives to several issuess. There is a lot of inventions in energy sources that found based on Quranic verses. Analysis on the verses about ocean shows that there is a match between the written verses (Qawliyah) in al-Quran and the natural phenomenon (Kawniyah verses). This is the greatest challenge to the modern civilization. Solutions in food safety and energy; health and medicine; transportation and good mobilization; environmental management, and the emerging of new dicipline in Islamic Marine Knowledge obtained after knowing the oceanic energy source. The hint found in oceanic verses helps to find solutions in technology for the human problem nowaday, at the future, and at the end human will use Ilahi guidance in their life.


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How to Cite

Jandra, M., & MZ, S. (2018). Quranic Verses and Sources of Ocean Energy. UMRAN - International Journal of Islamic and Civilizational Studies, 5(2-1). https://doi.org/10.11113/umran2018.5n2-1.306