According to the classical Islamic conception of revelation, the Quran is constituted of God's literal words that are revealed to the prophet Muhammad. This means that God literally speaks. Since speech can be considered one of the most evident signs of personhood, one might conclude that this conception of revelation commits us to the view that God is a person. However, this contradicts the classical Islamic conception of God according to which God is not a person. So, there seems to be tension between the classical conception of God and that of revelation. In this chapter, Zarepour tries to resolve this tension by arguing that it is, in principle, possible for a non-person being to have personal manifestations. Zarepour argues that his solution has significant advantages over the alternatives which reject either that God is not a person or that the Quran includes God's literal words.