Although the role to be put in the book is important in revealing the relation between the Book and Sunnah, there are almost no studies on this subject. In this context: "I've left you two things" is noteworthy about the work done. Narrations about the second thing left by Prophet Muhammad(pbuh) Sunnah and Ahl al-Bayt. In this study, the first thing that the Prophet had left will be the subject. Understanding of Allah's book (Kitabullah) as mere texts is not a subject of consensus. al-Kitâb can be understood as the basic limits, commandments and prohibitions of Allah for people in all centuries. Divine resource-based piety was praised in the Qur'an. In the case of the divine source of religiosity, the "practice" act has a prioritized position from the understanding action. Because the introduction of divine provisions is an indication of the highest level of understanding. It is not enough for the protection of the divine message to be physically subjugated. The preservation of the divine message depends on the continuation of the generations applying the ahkam-i ilah which it contains. The non-implementation of divine provisions should also be considered a type of falsification. It is necessary to establish a righteous approach to Allah's book before constructing religious knowledge that will constitute the basis of the religiousness of the modern world Muslim. Allah's book, on which theoretical discussion is not a text to be implemented rather than to be put into practice. If the practice is not taken as a basis, the discussion and discussion of superstition are the subject of all religious content. God's wisdom is a nebulae inherited in divine terms. From the point of view of the application of divine provisions, there is no problem of understanding of the spiritual heritage left by the Prophet to the ummah and there is no problem of retreatment from superstition.
The Kitâb, Qur'an, Sunnah, Hadith, Propety
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