What The Koran Really Says

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Manas Publications, 2006 - Kashmir, Vale of (India) - 234 pages
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Islam Has Worldwide Influence, And Even In The United States Is Experiencing A Period Of Unprecedented Growth. Islam And Its Sacred Book, The Koran, Have Been The Subject Of Voluminous Commentary And, Recently, Great Popular Interest; Yet It Has Rarely Received The Kind Of Objective Critical Scrutiny That Has Been Applied To The Texts Of The Bible For More Than A Century.Though Some Scholars Of Note Have Raised Crucial Questions About The Authenticity And Reliability Of The Koran And Muslim Tradition, Koranic Studies By And Large Have Failed To Take Advantage Of Critical Skeptical Methodologies. Today The Majority Of Interpreters Of Islam S Sacred Text Appear Content To Lie In The Procrustean Bed Prepared By Muslim Tradition More Than A Thousand Years Ago.

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