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Bible and Qur‘ān: Essays in Scriptural Intertextuality

  title={Bible and Qur‘ān: Essays in Scriptural Intertextuality},
  author={J Conner Reeves},
The Bible and the Qur'?n share a common layer of discourse based on stories and legends associated with certain paradigmatic characters like Noah, Abraham, and Moses. Yet most biblical scholars are unfamiliar with the rich contents of Islamicate scriptural lore. The nine essays in the present volume, all from scholars who center their research on the intersections of Jewish, Christian, and Islamic literary traditions, explore various aspects of the textual and behavioral connections discernible… 
Modern Qur’anic Hermeneutics
With an eye towards developments that either depart from or re-envision Islam's classical exegetical methodologies, this article furnishes a schematic overview of major trends and trajectories in
12 Sūrat Yūsuf (xii) and Some of Its Possible Jewish Sources
This is a story about a story; this is a history of a sacred story and how it was shaped in Jewish and Islamic sources. Here is a tale of how a story was developed and was embellished during the
The Upraised Mountain and Israel’s Election in the Qur’an and Talmud
  • M. Graves
  • Philosophy
    Comparative Islamic Studies
  • 2018
In four passages in the Qur’an (Q 2:63, 93; 4:154; 7:171), reference is made to God raising up (or shaking) a mountain. In each passage, the context is God’s covenant with Israel at Sinai, and the
The foundations of the house (Q 2: 127)1
  • J. Witztum
  • Linguistics
    Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
  • 2009
Abstract In Quran 2: 127 Ibrāhīm founded “the house” (most probably a reference to the Kaʿba) together with his son Ismāʿīl. This scene does not appear in the Bible and none of the attempts to find a
The Making of an Image: The Narrative Form of Ibn Ishaq's Sirat Rasul Allah
This thesis explores the meaning and significance of the form of Ibn Ishaq's Sirat Rasul Allah. It asks the questions: What are the possible reasons for Ibn Ishaq choosing a narrative form for this
Intertextuality of Chekhov's “The Bet” with the Quran
: "The Bet" (1889) is one of Chekhov’s short stories that was selected as the corpus of this study. Since a writer’s personal beliefs have influence on her/his works, then, it was normal for Chekhov
Abraham in Narrative Worldviews: Doing Comparative Theology through Christian-Muslim Dialogue in Turkey
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El estudio de los orígenes del islam en las últimas cuatro décadas: controversias y perspectivas
Practicamente ningun estudioso duda de que la llamada historia deuteronomista o “de la segunda Ley”, incluida en el corpus biblico para configurar algunos de los principales libros que lo componen,
The Wisdom of Solomon: The biblical text
  • 2018