[Reading] ➷ The Quran By Farid Esack – Pocket-bikes.us

The Quran PDF The Quran Author Farid Esack 9tvuk.us Esack A Muslim Committed Both To His Religion, And To Critical Thinking About All Aspects Of It Explores How The Qur An Came Into Being And Examines Its Structure As A Unique Literary Work.

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • The Quran
  • Farid Esack
  • English
  • 25 October 2018
  • 1851683542

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  1. says:

    After finishing Craig Thompson s Habibi , and being inspired by the beauty of the Arabic calligraphy, I decided to read the Qur an I read the Bible last year, and figured it was high time to read the whole Qur an as well, rather than get by on the mere handful of snippets I once read in the context of an undergrad course on Islam I guess Habibi gave me that final push I needed At the same time that I began reading Ahmed Ali s translation of the Qur an, I decided that it certainly couldn t hu After finishing Craig Thompson s Habibi , and being inspired by the beauty of the Arabic calligraphy, I decided to read the Qur an I read the Bible last year, and figured it was high time to read the whole Qur an as well, rather than get by on the mere handful of snippets I once read in the context of an undergrad course on Islam I guess Habibi gave me that final push I needed At the same time that I began reading Ahmed Ali s translation of the Qur an, I decided that it certainly couldn t hurt to have this user s guide as a companion for the journey It hasn t hurt, for sure, but it hasn t helped much either Instead of being a user s guide which to me suggests an easy to read compendium of information needed to explicate and flesh out the primary text this book provides a scholarly look at the history of the Qur an and of...


  2. says:

    As short introductions to a religion written by one of its believers go, this one is pretty good Esack lays out various views of the Qur an and Islamgenerally, not just the one he favors Of course, he s not entirely objective and doesn t claim to be In fact, he readily admits the opposite and asserts further that everyone brings their own biases to a text As such, fundamentalists and non muslim scholars and critics all receive jabs from Esack one way or another.That said, I think he is As short introductions to a religion written by one of its believers go, this one is pretty good Esack lays out various views of the Qur an and Islamgenerally, not just the one he favors Of course, he s not entirely objective and doesn t claim to be In fact, he readily admits the opposite and asserts further that everyone brings their own biases to a text As such, fundamentalists and non muslim sc...


  3. says:

    The Qur an A User s Guide by Farid Esack 2005


  4. says:

    Informative and thought provoking Contains a fairly high number of typographical errors Seeks to introduce the reader to both Islam and the Qur an, but with muchemphasis on the latter.

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