Why Wasn't the Quran Revealed all at once?

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1 Sahil Badruddin = ""The Prophet himself sometimes openly suppressed or negated older verses, considering them to have been replaced by newer ones. That is because Muhammad did not consider the Quran to be a static Revelation, which may be why he never bothered to authorize its collection into a codified book. The Quran was for Muhammad a living scripture that consciously evolved alongside the Ummah, continually adapting itself to meet the specific needs of the developing community. In fact, an entire science of commentary called asbab al-nuzul (“the reasons for, or causes of Revelation”) developed soon after Muhammad’s death in order to determine the specific historical circumstances in which a certain verse was revealed. By tracking the changes in the Revelation, the early Quranic interpreters were able to create a helpful chronology of its verses. Yet what this chronology most clearly indicates is that God was rearing the Ummah like a loving parent, instructing it in stages and making alterations when necessary, from the first Revelation in 610 to the last in 632."-No god but God, Reza Aslan "