A Challenge to Islam for Reformation: The Rediscovery and Reliable Reconstruction of a Comprehensive Pre-Islamic Christian Hymnal Hidden in the Koran Under Earliest Islamic Reinterpretations
Motilal Banarsidass Publishers, 1. jan. 2003 - 580 sider
As a Protestant theologian and diciple of renowned critics of Christianity, Albert Schweitzer and Martin Werner, the Author wanted since long to contribute to the breakthrough of their resolute nontrinitarian position which has throughout the twentieth century by all and every Western Christian university theology been silenced by pretending tacitly and tenaciously the non-existence of their strong argument.
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already angels Arabic language Arabic literature Arabic poetry Arabic word biblical Central Arabia century Christian Arabic Christian hymnody christological classical Arabic consonant dogma-critical dogmatic early Islamic erstwhile Christian expression fact frame-narrative garden Gerald Hawting German grammatical Hebrew hymnody idea inserted Islamic Koran Islamic reinterpretation Islamic tradition Islamicists Jewish Judaism Judgement Kaaba kalla Koran editors Koran scholarship Koran text language later line of thought linguistic Mecca monotheism Muhammad Muslim obviously old Arabic original meaning original strophic orthodox Islamic pagan plural pluralis majestatis post-Muhammadan pre-Islamic Christian hymn problem pronoun Prophet Muhammad question Qurais rasm rasm-text reconstruction recstr references refrain religion religious reworking Richard Bell rise of Islam Rudi Paret saqar Semitic sentence statement strophe line strophic hymn strophic poetry strophic structure strophic text tawalla theology three-line strophe topos traditional interpretation translation tribal society tribes usage variant readings verb vernacular Arabic verse line word stem