The Qur'an (Oxford World's Classics) By M. A. S. Abdel Haleem
Author: M. A. S. Abdel Haleem
Book Binding: Softcover
Size: 7.6 x 1 x 5.1 inches
Publication year: 2008
About This Book:
"The Qur'an," deciphered by M. A. S. Abdel Haleem for the Oxford World's Works of Art series, is a brilliant and by and large respected interpretation of Islam's holy sacred text. This book gives perusers, specialists, and understudies with a critical chance to interface with the never-ending bits of insight and shrewdness held inside the Qur'an through an unmistakable and open interpretation.
The Divine Revelation:
The book starts by arranging the Qur'an in the system of the heavenly disclosure by the Prophet Muhammad (harmony arrives). The verifiable and otherworldly significance of this valuable text inside the Islamic confidence is uncovered to perusers.
An Accessible Translation:
M. A. S. Abdel Haleem's interpretation is commended for its lucidity and convenience. His language and style make the Qur'an's significant subjects open to a wide range of perusers, no matter what their insight into Islamic phrasing.
Understanding the Text:
The book clarifies how to collaborate with the Qur'an and fathom its subjects, storylines, and moral statutes. It accentuates the meaning of perusing the sacred text with reflection and consideration.
Historical and Cultural Context:
M. A. S. Abdel Haleem gives bits of knowledge into the verifiable and social setting of a few Qur'anic sections. This contextualization works on the peruser's understanding and enthusiasm for the text's pertinence to different pieces of life.
Scholarly and Academic Value:
This version of the Qur'an has insightful and scholarly worth since it is essential for the Oxford World's Works of art assortment. It is a priceless asset for Islamic religious philosophy, history, and culture scientists, understudies, and teachers.