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Khalil Andani, PhD
I get the good intentions behind such posts about # of mentions Mary & Jesus & Moses get one the Quran, but counting pronouns & titles, Prophet Muhammad is the person mentioned the most. The Quran is a Muhammadan discourse despite what revisionists want to say.
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Michael Pregill Jan 17
Replying to @KhalilAndani
??? "Counting pronouns and titles" is doing a lot of heavy lifting here, Kha.
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Khalil Andani, PhD Jan 17
Replying to @michael_pregill
It matters though. Doing # of mentions by proper names leads to inaccurate data.
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orbi Jan 17
Replying to @KhalilAndani
Interesting! Do you see a theoligical reason why Mohammed in the Quran is so often mentioned in an indirect way?
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Faisal Beg Jan 18
It was often an intimate conversation about an issue or incident rather than telling a story.
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Adil عادل Metsa መፅዓ Jan 18
Replying to @KhalilAndani
Any reason why you used 'Muhammadan' discourse rather than Islamic discourse?
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Khalil Andani, PhD Jan 18
Replying to @adilmetsab
I take the view that the Quran reflects the person & ideas of Muhammadans that the Qur’anic revelation in its emergent phase was a unitary “prophetic revelatory” event.
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#1⃣9⃣!!! Aug 19
Replying to @KhalilAndani
What does he mean by the last sentence? That اقرأ باسم ربك is a pronoun for Muhammad?
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Abdul Rauf Aug 19
The ayat addressed Muhammad is what the meaning is. The ك part specifically, in ربك
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al-Andalusi Jan 19
Replying to @KhalilAndani
"The Quran is a Muhammadan discourse" What is a "Muhammadan discourse" & where does Allah say the "Quran is a Muhammadan discourse"?
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