By Albert G. edited by Ingalls
Hardcover. 510 pages writer: clinical American Inc. 1976 Product Dimensions: 7.7 x 5.9 x 1.1 inches publication Weight: 1 pound 12 oz
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In Griffith, The beginnings of Christian theology in Arabic, X). 45 David Thomas 19 increasingly discovered confidence in their own genius, was thus a time of sharing and of boundary setting. In later times the sharing sadly diminished to vanishing point, while the boundaries and the images of the other beyond those that were first set in this period persisted and grew with menacing vigor. Christians and Christianity in the Qurʾān Jaakko Hämeen-Anttila For Muslims, who regard the Qurʾān as the Word of God, the possibility of any human influence on it is excluded, and the question of Christian presence in the Arabian peninsula in the early seventh century is irrelevant for understanding its origins or contents.
92, §§ 93-94; A. Marmardji, Diatessaron de Tatien, texte arabe, Beirut, 1935, pp. 159-60. 21 J. Van Reeth, ‘L’évangile du prophète’, in D. , Al-Kitab, 155-74, p. 163. On the possible influence of the Diatessaron and the apocryphal Gospels on the Qurʾān, see J. , trans. C. Ehlinger, Paris, 2008, 101-9. Claude Gilliot 35 as Mani had done before him, the Prophet Muhammad could emphasize the unity of the Gospel. Moreover he came within the scope of the posterity of Marcion, of Tatian and Mani, all of whom wanted to establish or re-establish the true Gospel, in order to take hold of its original meaning.
81-82. 19 J. Van Reeth has shown in detail that a number of features of Jesus and Christianity in the Qurʾān can be explained by a connection between the Qurʾān and the Diatessaron. For example, Q 48:29 combines the two Gospel pericopes of Mark 4:26–27 and Matthew 12:23: ‘Such is their likeness in the Torah and their likeness in the Gospel – like as sown corn that sendeth forth its shoot and strengtheneth it and riseth firm upon its stalk, delighting the sowers – that He may enrage the disbelievers with (the sight of) them.
Amateur Telescope Making: Book One by Albert G. edited by Ingalls