Muhammad: Man and Prophet : a Complete Study of the Life of the Prophet of Islam
Both the Gospel and the Torah mention Muhammad as the last of Allah's Prophets. In this account of Muhammad's life from his childhood in the desert to his divine revelations and early preaching, the author places the story in an historical context, making an analysis of events which led to Muhammad's triumphant march into Mecca in 630 AD.
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A Glance Back in History
The Early Years
From Youth to Maturity
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