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The Life and Work of Muhammad by Yahiya Emerick

The Life and Work of Muhammad

Description : -- Given the current prominence of Islam, it has become more important than ever that Westerners -- and Muslims -- gain an accurate look at who Muhammad was and what he stood for.-- Provides a fascinating picture of both Muhammad and the world in which he lived.Rather than settling in to the comfortable life of a merchant, Muhammad had a vision of himself bringing the message of the one God to his idolatrous people. Coverage includes: the claim to prophethood -- Muhammad's teachings, and his first coverts; the Muslim flight to Medina, Muhammad's battles, and the eventual bloodless Muslim conquest of Mecca; Muhammad's political victory in the Arabian peninsula, and wars with Byzantium and Persia; the death of Muhammad, and the ways in which his message lived beyond him, and Muhammad's place in history -- his role in Muslim theology and cosmology, the ways he is viewed in different Muslim sects and regions, and the influence of Muhammad today in Islamic movements, both peaceful and fundamentalist.

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Authors : Yahiya Emerick

Published Date : 2002

Publisher : Penguin

ISBN : 0028643712

Page : 330 Pages

Categories : Biography & Autobiography

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Filesize: 9 MB

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