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The Quran : a user's guide : a guide to its key themes, history and… (2002)

by Farid Esack

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Esack - a Muslim committed both to his religion, and to critical thinking about all aspects of it - explores how the Qur'an came into being and examines its structure as a unique literary work.
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For Brother Norman Wray who introduced me to Rahman and whose life is a reflection of the rahmah of Al-Rahman.
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Muslims have often expressed their experience of the Qur'an in an array of metaphors.
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