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John Jandora

John W. Jandora is currently retired from service within the U.S. defense establishment but continues to teach in adjunct capacity at the university level. He received his PhD from the University of Chicago. He has spent about seven years in the Middle East and has extensively written on the history, culture, and conflicts of that area.

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The Latent Trace of Islamic Origins

Midian’s Legacy in Mecca’s Moral Awakening
ISBN: 978-1-60724-045-7
This work presents a putative reconstruction, testing the hypothesis that Islam is historically linked to Jewish Christianity. The argument takes the Qur’anic text to be a valid start-point for historical inquiry and reconstructs from biased views of Jewish Christianity the notion of an enduring Nasorean movement. The effective link between the Nasorean movement and the Meccan religious awakening is the preaching of the Qur’anic Prophet Shu’ayb in Midian, on the border of Arabia.