As all Muslims believe, the Quran was reveled by God to the prophet Muhammed (SAW), and this is what we define as devine revelation.
Furthermore I will use the word wahy as a synonym to "devine revelation to the Prophet Muhammed".
We believe this is true: The whole QURAN is wahy.
Does that mean that ALL wahy is in the Quran?
(Excluding abrogated verses)
As a logical example; All lions are cats, whereas not all cats are lions.
- If the answer is NO, then what makes some wahy to be part of the Quran and other not (excluding abrogated verses)?
- If the answer is YES, then how does one explain hadiths like this:
(If all wahy was in the Quran, then this would be expected to be there too.)
Allah revealed to me that we should be humble amongst ourselves and none should show pride upon the others ... إن الله تعالى أوحى إلي أن
Answer the bold question, then one of the sub questions.
If possible, provide references.
This might be a duplicate of the question: "Does the Quran contain all of Allah's revelations? (Sunni view)", but as my question includes some sub questions which aren't included in the other question or addressed in the answers, therefore I do not consider it as duplicate. Also I am not only looking for the Sunni view (i don't think there is a difference anyway).