The history of the Qur'ānic text : from revelation to by Muhammad Mustafa Al-Azami
By Muhammad Mustafa Al-Azami
This quantity attempts to fill the gaping gap within the zone of Qurʼānic textual feedback, particularly coming from Muslims students. it really is an impassioned try and distinction the "immaculate renovation" of the Qurʼān with the adjustments within the transmission of the textual content of the Bible, either the previous and the recent testomony. the writer slightly refrains from making the cost that Jews and Christians corrupted the Scriptures the basic subject matter of his paintings. fairly, his fundamental target is to question the reasons of Western scholarship that are defined as "continuously undermining Islam's Holy Book." consequently, he makes an attempt a Muslim scholarly reaction to renowned Western perceptions that query the Muslims' means to safeguard the integrity of the Qurʼān. This polemic technique yields a few fascinating and every now and then instructive examine, but comes in need of solely trustworthy conclusions. �Read more...
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