This book revealed that the main purpose for any change in the stories of the Qur’an is to establish the notion of tawhid first, then to establish the related requisites. Generally, the prophets played a major part in those events compared to the marginal role played by the groups of followers. It also revealed that all prophets and leaders –with few exceptions- counted on the peaceful method of da’wah and education in order to create the desired change, calling the disbelievers and educating the believers. Hence, their calls possessed the distinctive feature of tranquility and peace, devoid of reprehension or intimidation. The struggle of the prophets and the leaders was devoted to the transformation of the individuals, as they are the key for any significant change. The study reveals a striking compatibility between the Qur’anic model of da’wah and the methods of da’wah applied by Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), Perhaps the only difference between the Qur’anic models and the practical methods that the Prophet (pbuh) has executed was his adaptation of jihad as an organized military method, which contributed to the dissemination of da’wah across unlimited distances and borders.