The Qur'an Seminar Commentary / Le Qur'an Seminar: A Collaborative Study Of 50 Qur'anic Passages / Commentaire Collaboratif De 50 Passages Coraniques

The Qur'an Seminar Commentary / Le Qur'an Seminar: A Collaborative Study Of 50 Qur'anic Passages / Commentaire Collaboratif De 50 Passages Coraniques
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The present volume is the work of 25 scholars who represent various specializations important to the study of the Qur'an, including Arabic language, comparative Semitic linguistics, paleography, epigraphy, history, rhetorical theory, hermeneutics, and Biblical studies. The starting point of this work was a series of five international conferences on the Qur'an at the University of Notre Dame over the academic year 2012-13, although the commentaries contributed during those conferences have been carefully edited to avoid repetition. Readers of The

The present volume is the work of 25 scholars who represent various specializations important to the study of the Qur'an, including Arabic language, comparative Semitic linguistics, paleography, epigraphy, history, rhetorical theory, hermeneutics, and Biblical studies. The starting point of this work was a series of five international conferences on the Qur'an at the University of Notre Dame over the academic year 2012-13, although the commentaries contributed during those conferences have been carefully edited to avoid repetition. Readers of TheQur'an Seminar Commentary

Qur'an Seminar Commentary will find that the 50 passages selected for inclusion in this work include many of the most important and influential elements of the Qur'an, including:

will find that the 50 passages selected for inclusion in this work include many of the most important and influential elements of the Qur'an, including: - Q 1, al-Fatiha

- Q 1, al-Fatiha - Q 2:30-39, the angelic prostration before Adam

- Q 2:30-39, the angelic prostration before Adam - Q 2:255, the "Throne Verse"

- Q 2:255, the "Throne Verse" - Q 3:7, the muhkamat and mutashabihat

- Q 3:7, the muhkamat and mutashabihat - Q 4:3, polygamy and monogamy

- Q 4:3, polygamy and monogamy - Q 5:112-15, the table (al-ma'ida) from heaven

- Q 5:112-15, the table (al-ma'ida) from heaven - Q 9:29, fighting the People of the Book and the jizya

- Q 9:29, fighting the People of the Book and the jizya - Q 12, the story of Joseph

- Q 12, the story of Joseph - Q 24:45, the "Light Verse"

- Q 24:45, the "Light Verse" - Q 33:40, the "seal of the prophets"

- Q 33:40, the "seal of the prophets" - Q 53, the "satanic verses"

- Q 53, the "satanic verses" - Q 96, including the passage often described as the "first revelation"

- Q 96, including the passage often described as the "first revelation" - Q 97, the "night of qadr"

- Q 97, the "night of qadr" - Q 105, the "Companions of the Elephant"

- Q 105, the "Companions of the Elephant" - Q 112, on God and the denial of a divine son

- Q 112, on God and the denial of a divine son The collaborative nature of this work, which involves a wide range of scholars discussing the same passages from different perspectives, offers readers with an unprecedented diversity of insights on the Qur'anic text.

The collaborative nature of this work, which involves a wide range of scholars discussing the same passages from different perspectives, offers readers with an unprecedented diversity of insights on the Qur'anic text.

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