Radical Islam, Sharia Law, Jihad are all common themes often raised and discussed whenever Islam is at the forefront of current events in the U.S. However, all of these labels share the same foundation: The Qur'an.
- Is The Qur'an a book of peace or a blueprint for terror?
- Is Islam's holy book an inspired message from God or a political agenda?
- How is the role of a woman actually defined in The Qur'an?
- Does The Qur'an really advocate tolerance for people of other faiths?
- Introduction, which outlines major subjects and key political, historical, social, or controversial issues;
- Critical analysis of key verses, which focuses on relevant historical accounts, linguistical errors, scientific information, and literary structure, coherence, and cogency;
- Variant readings of certain verses, which highlight differences in syntax, word choice, and meaning among current common readings of the Arabic text, emphasizing those variations that differ from the codification made by the 'Uthman committee; and
- Abrogated verses with analytical comments, which explain the ramifications of such nullified verses on their subsequent authority and understanding.