The Qur'an's reformation of Judaism and Christianity : return to the origins
The Qur'an's reformation of Judaism and Christianity : return to the origins / edited by Holger M. Zellentin.
|Other authors:||Zellentin, Holger M., 1976- (Editor)|
Table of Contents:
- What would Ibn Taymiyya make of intertextual study of the Qur'an?: the challenge of the isrāʼīliyyāt / Jon Hoover
- Prophecy and writing in the Qur'an, or why Muhammad was not a scribe / Islam Dayeh
- A "religious transformation in late antiquity": Qur'anic refigurations of pagan-Arab ideals based on biblical models / Angelika Neuwirth
- Meccan gods, Jesus' divinity: an analysis of Surah 43 (al-Zukhruf) / Walid A. Saleh
- Ritual law from the Bible to the Qur'an: the case of sexual purity and illicit intercourse / Holger Zellentin
- David and Solomon: antecedents, modalities and consequences of their twinship in the Qur'an / Geneviève Gobillot
- Pharaoh's submission to God in the Qur'an and in rabbinic literature: a case study in Qur'anic intertextuality / Nicolai Sinai
- The eschatological counter-discourse in the Qur'an and in Babylonian Talmud Sanhedrin / Mehdi Azaiez
- Thrice upon a time: Abraham's guests and the study of intra-Qur'anic parallels / Joseph Witztum
- "Killing the prophets and stoning the messengers": two themes in the Qur'an and their background / Gerald Hawting
- On the Qur'an and Christian heresies / Gabriel Said Reynolds
- Reflections on the Qur'an, Christianity and inter-textuality / Mary B. Cunningham.