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As a result of his interest in linguistic and hermeneutic theories, Nasr Hamed Abu Zeid seeks to create a type of affection between tradition and modernity through a modern interpretation of the Holy Qur'an. He considers his method as the only way of understanding the Qur'an in which the Qur'an is interpreted according to the conditions of its own time. According to this approach, some verses are only historical which are doomed to be forgotten; some are able to be rendered as allegorical interpretation, and some are texts capable of expansion. In this paper, Abu Zeid's point of views about revelation, regarding the Qur'an as a historical text and cultural product, and dynamic Ijtihad (religious jurisprudence) are discussed. The methodology is critical and analytical and the sources are published books, articles and interviews of Abu Zeid in journals and websites, and critical books and articles on his approach on interpretation of the Holy Qur'an.