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Holy books have a history : textual histories of the New Testament and the Qur'an / Keith E. Small. [print]

By: Small, Keith E, 1959- [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: [Kansas City, Missouri] : Avant ; (c)2009/]. ; Monument, Colorado : Printed by Snowfall Press, (c)2009/]. Description: xi, 126 pages, [18. pages of plates : illustrations ; 20 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781450740777; 1450740774Subject(s): Quran -- Criticism, Textual -- History -- Comparative studies | Bible. New Testament -- Criticism, Textual -- History -- Comparative studies | Quran -- Hermeneutics -- Comparative studies | Bible. New Testament -- Hermeneutics -- Comparative studies | Criticism, TextualLOC classification: BP130.45.H659 2009Online resources: Copyright permission request form. COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
Introduction Holy books have a history Textual criticism on the Bible and the Qur'an Kinds of variants in NT and Qur'an manuscripts Comparisons and conclusions from textual criticism Conclusion.
Summary: Holy Books is a new study of textual histories of the New Testament and Qur'an based on study of their earliest available manuscripts. Sanaa manuscripts and the Topkapi Mushaf are just some of the 21 Qur'an manuscripts used in this work. The conclusions verify the reliability of the New Testament and raise serious questions concerning traditional views of the Qur'an text.
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Non-fiction BP130.45.S575 2009 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923001841374

Partly based on the author's thesis (Ph.D.) entitled "Mapping a new country: textual criticism and the Qur'an manuscripts" and an essay entitled "Textual variants in the New Testament and Qur'anic manuscript tradition" published elsewhere in 2008.

Introduction Holy books have a history Textual criticism on the Bible and the Qur'an Kinds of variants in NT and Qur'an manuscripts Comparisons and conclusions from textual criticism Conclusion.

Holy Books is a new study of textual histories of the New Testament and Qur'an based on study of their earliest available manuscripts. Sanaa manuscripts and the Topkapi Mushaf are just some of the 21 Qur'an manuscripts used in this work. The conclusions verify the reliability of the New Testament and raise serious questions concerning traditional views of the Qur'an text.

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