In the subject of creation of Quran, Ash’ariyyah and Maturidiyyah distinguished verbal discourse (revelation) and divine interior speech, which then did raise up the question of whether divine interior speech is audible or not. Divine interior speech is audible according to the most of the Ash’arites, while it is not audible according to the Maturidites in general. In this study, it was aimed to indicate that there is no concensus among the scholars of each school about audibility of divine interior speech, which is considered as one of the points of conflict between two schools. Besides, it was pointed out that the theologians, who acknowledge audibility of divine interior speech, did not mean detection by sense of hearing but direct understanding of the meaning by acknowledging audibility. According to other theologians, audibility of divine interior speech is totally different from ordinary audibility in the world and beyond the understanding which is based on detection of voice and letters.