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Muhammad: A Story of God's Messenger and the Revelation That Changed the World
     

Muhammad: A Story of God's Messenger and the Revelation That Changed the World

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by Deepak Chopra
 

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“Compassionate and clear…a courageous undertaking.” —Greg Mortenson, New York Times bestselling author of Three Cups of Tea and Stones into Schools

“As a scholar and storyteller extraordinaire, Deepak Chopra portrays a morally courageous yet highly human messenger of God.” —Irshad Manji, Director, Moral

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Muhammad: A Story of God's Messenger and the Revelation That Changed the World 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If some one really wants to read about Prophet Muhammad then this is not the right book. We can say what he gathered is actually been present in history books but pulling one sentence in middle of the page and skip left and right of it is not the just way to write about some one who has more then 1 billion fallowers. If you are honest you need to explain whole reason behind one particular incidence which author either deliberately skipped or either he is ignorant.
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ONE GOD
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SH888 More than 1 year ago
Great book, really enlightening.
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Again, enough said about this writer trying to bring everyone under the same umbrella of God. This is causing more confusion than it's solving. He's idea or insight of the goodness of man is what i think he is going for, but before anyone can arrive at this you have to clarify the problem which he is surely not doing. All these prophets are not misunderstood. Most of them avocated separation, so why is he trying to make them saints?
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