The Koran Handbook: An Annotated Translation
"This complete yet accessible translation of the Koran is designed as a teaching tool to explain in an analytical fashion the creed of nearly one billion people. Based on the most moderate Sunni tradition, it includes factual descriptions of Shi'ism, Sufism and other important distinctions."--Provided by publisher.
In the center of the “sacred temple” stood a masonry shrine, the Ka'ba, believed to have been built by the ancestors of Arabs: Abraham and his son Ishmael.
The point is made that God had been selecting men of high virtue to bring His Warning to the first men and to the descendants of Abraham: the Hebrews and ...
The two most frequently mentioned Prophets are Moses and Abraham, but their personalities fade beside the importance of ...
The God of Islam is the One and Same God ofJews and Christians; He is Abraham's God (el), omnipotent, omnipresent, demanding, forgiving, jealous, generous, ...
V. 19: Gabriel is an Envoy and the Prophets Abraham,. 81.THE FOLDED UP Meccan, 29 verses In the Name of God, the Compassionate, the Merciful! 82.
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This is the unique expression and lifework of Egyptian-born Starkovsky, who is fluent in five languages and has researched the Koran in at least 30 different translations. He emphasizes the importance ... Read full review
This is a dangerous translation and is not in keeping with important classical Arabic terminology or the traditional understanding of the most basic of word meanings. In modern Quranic translation, it critical to have sound academic oversight and consideration, this version needs to be fully vetted by qualified senior scholars before anyone gives it any consideration. Stay away from it.
VII Fighting in the Way of God
List of Arabic Words and Names in this Translation
List of the Suras as They Appear in this Book
List of the Suras from S1 to S114