The Koran

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Everyman Paperback, Jul 15, 2003 - Religion - 544 pages
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The Koran, the holy scripture of Islam, is the record of Muhammad's oral teaching delivered between the years immediately preceding the Hegira in AD 622 and the Prophet's death in AD 632. It has exerted untold influence upon the history of mankind. Apart from it's specifically religious content, inspiring the triumphant arms of Islam throughout vast areas of Asia, Africa and southern Europe, it was the starting point of a new literary and philosophical movement which powerfully affected the most cultivated minds among both Christian and Jews in the Middle Ages; and the movement inaugurated has resulted in some of the finest products of genius and learning. Alan Jones has restored the traditional ordering of the Sutras, enabling the reader to trace the development of the Prophet's mind from the early flush of inspiration to his roles of warrior, politician and founder of an empire.

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My Husband is Muslim

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Having a Muslim husband has presented many challenges. I am a Christian. I have asked for God's help in sharing Jesus with my husband. As you can only imagine, God has had to help me every step of the ... Read full review

The Koran

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Would I recommend this product, well the decision is yes and no. The price is great but the print , meaning the black ink use to print the Koran is good in some sections and poor in others....... Faded pages through-out the book. Read full review

About the author (2003)

Alan Jones is an internationally renowned reporter on the fantasy, horror and science fiction genres in all media and extensively travels all over the world to cover the making of movies in production. He is also the organiser of the annual London Frightfest horror cinema festival.

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