AmericaOCOs recent interest in understanding the religious and cultural implications of Islam is evident: more than 15 translations of the Koran have appeared in recent years. But none of them aims at explaining and teaching Most are presented in a confusiqWhen [his soul] arises to the collar bone, 27. and a wizard is summoned [to help], 28. then he will realize that parting time has come ... Woe and woe to you! 35. And once more: woe and woe to you! 36. Does man imagine that he will be left unattended? ... Then he became a clot, and [God] created him and gave him a shape.
|Title||:||The Koran Handbook|
|Publisher||:||Algora Publishing - 2005-01-01|