Islamic and Comparative Religious Studies: Selected Writings
Here, William Graham, a leading scholar in the field of Islamic studies, gathers together his selected writings under three sections. Section one covers the history and interpretation of Islamic religion. Section two covers the Qur'an as scripture, and section three looks at scripture in the history of religion.
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Those Who Study and Teach the Quran
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Scripture in the History of Religion
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