Misconceptions and Refutations
In the Arabic original, the author gives his book the title Sabighat, borrowing the Quranic description of the coats of mail Prophet David used to make for his soldiers. In its linguistic sense, the word means ‘of good length, full covering, etc.’ The implied sense is that those coats gave proper protection. Hence, the reference in this forwards to the coats of mail as giving protection against misconception.
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Features and Effectiveness of the Contemporary Onslaught against Islam 13
How to Deal with Contemporary Intellectual Misconceptions 39
Rules for Dealing with Entertained Misconceptions 53
A General Map of Current Misconceptions 68
Type Two Misconceptions Raising Doubt about Islamic Fundamentals 126
Notes on Some Important Issues 149
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