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The Message of the Qur'an - Community Reviews back

by Anonymous, Muhammad Asad
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Lisa (Harmony)
Lisa (Harmony) rated it 6 years ago
This is a must-read whether you’re an atheist, Jew, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Pagan--whatever. Followers of Islam number one-and-a-half billion people--they’re the second most populous faith in the world and their impact on history has been profound. I believe that anyone that doesn’t read the J...
Osho
Osho rated it 6 years ago
This is not a review of the text, but of the Audiobook reader. This is a person who cannot pronounce many words, including these frequently repeated ones: Scourge, respite, Job, God ("Gaaawd").
My Fave Books.
My Fave Books. rated it 6 years ago
My fave books that have inspired and shaped my life.
Now patriciar
Now patriciar rated it 6 years ago
on hold.So, there's this thing where I have started to read the Qur'an when I was a tiny human being (14?) and still haven't managed to get through it. Yes, I feel awful about it. Twilight? Check. The Qur'an? Errrm..Haven't managed to read the Bible either, so there is that. I'm a little disappointe...
Feather's Passion
Feather's Passion rated it 7 years ago
Enlightening
Xdyj's books
Xdyj's books rated it 8 years ago
Read it for a college course on the history of Islamic civilization. Probably rather progressive for its time, even contains some nice bit on religious tolerance.
The Book Diva's Reads
The Book Diva's Reads rated it 9 years ago
This is probably one of the better translations of the Qur'an available. It provides the reader with the subtle nuances of the original Arabic language without detracting from the overall English translation. So often these nuances and simple word choices are lost in translation. The only drawback, ...
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