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The Three Great Prophets of the World


Moses, Jesus and Muhammad


Written by a well-known convert to Islam, this little study traces the connections between the major prophets of each of the monotheistic faiths. Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad. He discusses the moral influences of these founders on their followers and the impact they had on their world. Headley next considers the way that these founders died or left the world and also what they had taught about the next world. Special attention is given, naturally, to the advent of Islam and what happened after the founding of the faith. Headley ends with a brief sketch of the life of Muhammad. A compact study written from the Islamic point of view, this book will be of interest to anyone concerned with the relations between the three monotheistic religions.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-60724-286-4
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Publication Status: In Print

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 190
Publication Date: May 12,2010
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 116
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-60724-286-4
$57.00
$34.20

Written by a well-known convert to Islam, this little study traces the connections between the major prophets of each of the monotheistic faiths. Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad. He discusses the moral influences of these founders on their followers and the impact they had on their world. Headley next considers the way that these founders died or left the world and also what they had taught about the next world. Special attention is given, naturally, to the advent of Islam and what happened after the founding of the faith. Headley ends with a brief sketch of the life of Muhammad. A compact study written from the Islamic point of view, this book will be of interest to anyone concerned with the relations between the three monotheistic religions.

Rowland George Allanson-Winn (1855-1935), or Lord Headley, also Shaikh Rahmatullah al-Farooq, was an Irish Baron educated at Westminster School, Cambridge University, and King’s College London. He was an enthusiastic convert to Islam and wrote about his experiences in this setting.

Written by a well-known convert to Islam, this little study traces the connections between the major prophets of each of the monotheistic faiths. Moses, Jesus, and Muhammad. He discusses the moral influences of these founders on their followers and the impact they had on their world. Headley next considers the way that these founders died or left the world and also what they had taught about the next world. Special attention is given, naturally, to the advent of Islam and what happened after the founding of the faith. Headley ends with a brief sketch of the life of Muhammad. A compact study written from the Islamic point of view, this book will be of interest to anyone concerned with the relations between the three monotheistic religions.

Rowland George Allanson-Winn (1855-1935), or Lord Headley, also Shaikh Rahmatullah al-Farooq, was an Irish Baron educated at Westminster School, Cambridge University, and King’s College London. He was an enthusiastic convert to Islam and wrote about his experiences in this setting.

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  • FOREWORD (page 7)
  • CONTENTS (page 17)
  • CHAPTER I MOSES, JESUS AND MUHAMMAD (page 19)
  • THE THREE GREAT PROPHETS (page 32)
  • CHAPTER II MORAL INFLUENCE OF THE THREE, ON THEIR FOLLOWERS (page 33)
  • CHAPTER III HOW THEY LEFT THE WORLD (page 38)
  • CHAPTER IV THE WORLD AFTER (page 45)
  • CHAPTER V THE ADVENT OF ISLAM AND AFTER (page 55)
  • CHAPTER VI A BRIEF SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF THE PROPHET (page 97)