Quran: The Final Testament - Authorised English Version

Quran: The Final Testament - Authorised English Version

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by Dr. Rashad Khalifa Ph.D.
     
 

Our Salvation in the hereafter lies on upholding The Quran. The Quran is God's Final Testament to the world. Unlike any other book, the Quran is taught by God (55:1-2); He teaches us what we need at the time we need it. This is why we read the Quran hundreds of times without getting bored. We can read a novel, for example, only once. But the Quran can be read an

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Our Salvation in the hereafter lies on upholding The Quran. The Quran is God's Final Testament to the world. Unlike any other book, the Quran is taught by God (55:1-2); He teaches us what we need at the time we need it. This is why we read the Quran hundreds of times without getting bored. We can read a novel, for example, only once. But the Quran can be read an infinite number of times, and we derive new and valuable information from it every time.

Since the Quran is God's message to all the people, regardless of their language, the Quran is accessible to the believers, regardless of their language (41:44).

This explains a profound phenomenon: the believers who do not know Arabic know the Quran better than the Arabic speaking unbelievers. Because of the invisible forces serving the Quran, it is readily and enjoyably accessible to the sincere believers, and utterly inaccessible to the unbelievers (17:45, 18:57, 56:79).

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011192197
Publisher:
Dr. Rashad Khalifa Ph.D.
Publication date:
12/16/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
86,495
File size:
3 MB

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DR. RASHAD KHALIFA

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Quran - The Final Testament - Authorised English Version 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Mazahir Bandali More than 1 year ago
The authors views are totally against the principles of Islam. I was expecting a true Holy Quran and I got numerology and some very wierd ideas. Beware, this book is misguiding.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
He even claimed prophethood at one point. You can read about him in wikipedia. Check out tge Asad or Ali or Pickthall translations of the Quran. Some books out there even show all three verse by verse. Cleary also has a good book out there.
Troy Richie More than 1 year ago
I would read the wikipedia report on him. Then decide if this writter is what you want to read from!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am an academic trying to learn something about this religion and i could do without the anti islam comments seriously y would u even be looking at a book about islamic teachings if u were so anti islam and furthermore what pisses me off is that u do it under the banner of patriotism which is a load of crap! !!!! I served in the united states military w wonder LOYAL MUSLIM sailors soldiers and marines and YOU make me sick to my stomach to know we fought for freedom to publicly discriminate and spread IGNORANCE AMD HATE so if u hate muslims dont do it for ur country or for the troops do it for you because u r because im pretty sure we think u r a horses ass too!!!!!
Anonymous 7 months ago
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Was interested in reading the Quran for myself other than just going on hearsay from others. Im still reading it and am finding it enlightening and insightful. I like how the author breaks things down and explains things. I think it may help otbers like myself who are curious, but have limited or no exposure to the Quran, Islam, and/or ties to Arabic culture.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent English translation but disappointing when it comes without its original Arabic format.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Quran rocks
divinetruth More than 1 year ago
The Quran mentions Moses and Christ, and Muslims has roots in the Christian bible. We know that Allah doe's not have a son who died for the sins of the world. Here's the problem with the book's title "Quran..The Final Testament." For where a testament is, there must also of necessity be the death of the testator. For a testament is of force after men are dead: otherwise it is of no strength at all while the testator liveth. Heb 9:16-17(KJV). This has nothing to do with religion just common sense.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read the first few pages of this book and it is very clear that the information the author has collected is incorrect, whether it was written purposely or not. First of all, Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) was illiterate, meaning he did not write the Qur'an. The Quran was preserved during his time mainly through oral transmission and memorization. After his death, it was compiled and reviewed by the many people who had memorized it and kept written verses on stone and leaves to make sure there was no error. Secondly, it was not the arrangement of the Qur'an that lead to the "50 year" dispute between Ali (AS) and "the distorters?" (I don't know where the author got the idea that Sunnis are "distorters". There authenticity of the Qur'an hasn't changed since it was revealed. It is the only book on earth that hasn't been revised or changed. You can compare it with the original copies.) Moreover from the knowledge I have, some of the terms that author specifies in the introduction are missing key points here and there. I haven't read the book entirely, but just skimming through it, I like how the author breaks up the surahs into sections and highlights the topic the following verses will discuss. And just through skimming, it does look like the verses are accurate. I have read some book where the verses are incorrect and cited incorrectly and there has been some which were fake and not true. As for the author of this book, I don't really like his translations of the verses. Some of his translations are bland and pessimistic. The way he presents them, gives the reader a pessimistic and perhaps an uncomfortable feeling. I'm not sure if I would actually recommend this book or not. If you are really interested in reading a book similar to this author's, take a look into "The Message of the Qur'an" by Muhammad Asad. His translations are much more optimistic, engaging and much more intimate. I recommend that book over this one. Please look into that book if you are really interested.
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Its not terriots its true
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As an athiest I like to read through religious books, and see where they get their minsdet from. I still have yet to discover it for any such religion. But the right wing red necks need to stay off the internet.
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Sara R Niazi More than 1 year ago
This author is great - he make very honest interpretations and shouldnt be critized by those who truely do believe in Islam.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Pick up a bible it tells the truth
Sanjida Haq More than 1 year ago
I did not know it had more than one page