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The Meaning of the Holy Quran by Anonymous
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Apr 10, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: spiritual
Read in April, 2010 — I own a copy , read count: 1

By turns poetic and rant, The Holy Quran is much like The Holy Bible. Why God or Allah would create people and create them to be evil, then blame them for being evil, and condemn them to Hell is not what a loving Supreme Being does. The fundamental nature of the Supreme Being, as I see it, is Love. Look elsewhere for a loving Supreme Being.

Having said all this, I think that The Holy Quran is best read in Arabic. This version seems to be an excellent translation with copious notes and interpretation.
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Zul Ain this life is but an examination foe the humans to prove themselves that they are believers of the unseen. After all man lives say 100 years here, and there is life of infinity years thereafter to enjoy if we believe.

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