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Overview

Islam is by nature and history related to Judaism and Christianity. Muhammad grappled with conflicting attitudes toward both religions for a long period before opting for his own way. Ultimately, he acknowledged Judaism and Christianity as independent but less legitimate religions than Islam. This book illustrates with examples and citations the many ways in which Muhammad used biblical narratives to illustrate faith and actions in the spirit of the Koran, and how the prophet familiarized himself with a significant corpus of Old Testament texts through Christian transmission.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781558761445
  • Publisher: Wiener, Markus Publishers, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/1998
  • Series: Princeton Series on the Middle East
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 260

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
The Religious Context on the Arabian Peninsula at the Time of Muhammad 9
Political and Religious Background 9
Trading Activities of Meccan Merchants; Ethiopia 14
Relationship to the Jews 18
The Meccan Sanctuary 20
The Hanifs 24
Muhammad's Sources 26
The People of the Book (ahl al-kitab) 29
Unity and Diversity in Their Religion 29
Jews and Christians 36
The Transgressions of the Jews 42
Muhammad's Assessment of the Christians 49
Severance with the People of the Book 55
The Religion of Abraham 59
Narratives from the Old Testament 63
An Overview 63
The Creation, Paradise, and the Fall 65
Cain and Abel 68
The Flood and Other Divine Judgments 70
Abraham (Ibrahim) 78
Joseph (Yusuf) 88
Moses (Musa) and the Israelites 93
The Kings of the Israelites 104
The End of the Israelites 110
Narratives from the New Testament 113
An Overview 113
Jesus (Isa) in the Salvation History 115
Jesus Saves His Mother (sura 19:1-33) 121
The Rejection of Jesus and the Falsification of God's Word; Gethsemane and the Last Supper 125
Jesus' Sermon 128
The Crucifixion (sura 4: 156-157) 132
The Present-Day Situation and Its Foundation in History 139
Introductory Comments 139
The Conquests; Muslims and non-Muslims 141
The Situation of Jews and Christians in the Islamic State 144
Islam in Europe; Islamic Missionization 153
Dialogue instead of Missionization 157
Conditions for a Dialogue and Its Subject Matter 165
Notes 175
Index of Proper Names 195
Index of Koran Verses 203
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