A book which the Mohammedans foolishly believe to have been written by divine inspiration, but which Christians know to be a wicked imposture, contradictory to the Holy Scriptures.
The Scriptures of the Muslims, containing the professed revelations to Mohammed; -- called also Alcoran.
the Holy Scriptures of the Islamic religion.
the Muslim sacred scripture which records God's 114 revelations to Muhammad through the angel Gabriel
(also Qu'ran): Book composed of sacred writings accepted by Muslims as revelations made to Muhammad by Allah through the angel Gabriel. more
Sacred scripture of Islam.
The Holy Book of all Muslims that contains the words of God as they were given to Prophet Mohammed.
The Muslim Holy Book. God's revelation to the prophet Muhammad containing 114 chapters or suras.
Muslim holy text.
The word of God as told to Mohammed through the angel Gabriel. Studying the Koran is an essential part of Islamic life. The work is memorized, at least in part, by virtually all Muslims; many learn the entire book by heart.
the holy book of the Muslim religion.
the sacred book of Islam wherein the revelations of Allah are revealed to Muhammad; Languages & Religion
The name of the God-inspired text of Islam. Most Muslims prefer an alternative spelling: Qur'an.
Qur'an. The Muslim holy book
the sacred writings of Islam revealed by God to the prophet Muhammad during his life at Mecca and Medina
The book of sacred writing for the Muslims as revealed to Muhammad
literally "recitation" or "writing," the Koran is the book which contains the revelations which Mohammed claimed to have received from Allah through the angel Gabriel, during the years 610 to 633 AD.
The sacred book of Islam containing the words of Allah as revealed to Mohammed. Also known as the Qur'an and Quor'an.
The holy scripture of Islam (also, Qoran)
Qu'ran: The holy book of Islam, recorded by the prophet Muhammad beginning in the year 610 A.D. Muslims consider it to be the word of God. Islam teaches that the Christian and Hebrew scriptures are also holy books, though they had become distorted over time. The Koran is the primary source of Islamic law, followed by hadith (teachings attributed to Muhammad that are not recorded in the Koran) and the sunna (the habits and practices of Muhammad's life). The word Koran means "recitation."
The religious book of the Muslims that was revealed to Muhammed.
The book (from the Arabic qaraa,"to read") containing the divine revelations given to Muhammad through the angel Gabriel that was compiled by his followers after his death. Since God is believed to be the author, the Koran is considered infallible. The Sharia (Arabic for "the way") is the body of laws that regulate Muslim life, some of which appear explicitly in the Koran. These rules are believed to be an expression of God's will, but they are also subject to the interpretation of Islamic scholars.
Holy Book of Islam, considered by Muslims to contain the revelations of God to the Prophet Muhammad
Old-style transliteration of the Arabic word denoting the book of Muslim sacred scriptures; see Qur'an.
See " Qur'an" below.
the Anglicised spelling of Qur'an.
The sacred text of Islam. Believed to contain the knowledge bestowed upon Mohammed by Allah.
Mohammedan holy book.
the sacred text of Islam, the infallible word of Allah, as revealed to the profit Mohammed; the primary source for Islamic law.