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The Bible, the Koran, and the Talmud; or, Biblical legends of the Mussulmans. Comp. from Arabic sources, and compared with Jewish traditions.

Author: Gustav Weil
Publisher: London, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1846.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This collection of important scriptural stories was drawn from the Koran and other Arabic manuscripts describing the lives of the prophets. The introduction speculates that Mohammed's instruction in Jewish and Christian tradition was given to him orally by people from those faiths. Some footnotes compare the stories collected here with the same stories from the Talmud or Bible or otherwise comment on the differences  Read more...
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Weil, Gustav, 1808-1889.
Bible, the Koran, and the Talmud.
London, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1846
(OCoLC)793561538
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gustav Weil
OCLC Number: 4444897
Description: xvii, 231 pages 20 cm
Contents: Adam.--Idris, or Enoch.--Noah, Hud, and Salih.--Abraham.--Joseph.--Moses and Aaron.--Samuel, Saul, and David.--Soloman and the Queen of Saba.--John, Mary, and Christ.
Other Titles: Biblical legends of the Mussulmans.
Responsibility: By Dr. G. Weil ... Tr. from the German, with occasional notes.

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This collection of important scriptural stories was drawn from the Koran and other Arabic manuscripts describing the lives of the prophets. The introduction speculates that Mohammed's instruction in Jewish and Christian tradition was given to him orally by people from those faiths. Some footnotes compare the stories collected here with the same stories from the Talmud or Bible or otherwise comment on the differences in detail.

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