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Prophecy in Islam: Philosophy and Orthodoxy

By: Rahman, F.

Price: $60.00

Publisher: London, George Allen & Unwin Ltd: 1958

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 07017

Condition: Near Fine

Red cloth with light blue lettering on the spine and graphic on the front cover. Jacket shows a slight amount of edge wear and rubbing. Preserved in a Mylar archival cover. Clean copy throughout. 118 pages with Notes and Index. Last page contains publisher's ads for two additional titles on the subject of Islam. From the jacket: "This is the first book devoted to a critical and historical treatment of the Muslim philosophers' doctrine of Prophecy and Revelation and its relation to Islamic 'orthodoxy.' The work seeks not only to give historical sources of the philosophers' teaching an thus ... View more info

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The Koran, Rodwell's Translation (Everyman's Library No. 380)

By: Rodwell, J.M. (Translation from the Arabic); Intorduction by G. Margolioouth

Price: $25.00

Publisher: London, J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd.: 1963

Edition: Reprint

Seller ID: 09425

Condition: Very Good

Mild shelf wear to book, a good amount of rubbing and some edge wear and foxing to the dust jacket, which is protected now in a clear archival sleeve. 506 pages with Index, plus a selected list of other titles from the publisher. The Introduction (vii-xvi) includes a Select Bibliography, Table to find the place in this edition of the Suras as commonly numbered, Index to find the customary serial number of the Suras as arranged by the translator, and Addenda. An 18-page Preface follows the Introduction and precedes the Koran. View more info

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The Blessed Women of Islam

By: Siddiqi, Muhammad Saeed

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Lahore, Pakistan, Kazi Publications: 1982

Edition: First Printing

Seller ID: 06167

Condition: Near Fine

Green leatherette with gilt lettering. An introduction to 62 prominent Muslim women, who were "strong pillars in the edifice of Islamic learning and their contribution to the cause of Islamic Law and Theological science, such as Hadith and the Quranic exegesis, is tremendous without a parallel. They were a galaxy of unique piety and virtue whose exemplary lives were and will remain a perennial source of guidance and inspiration to the womankind of the world." The text is in English. 195 pages with a silk ribbon bookmark sewn into the binding. View more info