Religious Books I Recommend

Following on from the last video on books, I am responding here to a comment in the comments section about Islamic books. The books here are not mainly “Islamic” but they are connected with religion in one way or another and may be of some interest to people who follow my channel.

The books I comment on are:

Paul Johnson: Socrates, A Man For Our Times
Paul Johnson: A History of Christianity
Burton L Mack: Who Wrote The New Testament, The Making of the Christian Myth
Kamal Salabi: Who Was Jesus? A Conspiracy in Jerusalem
Kamal Salabi: The Bible Came From Arabia
Muhammad Asad: The Message of the Quran
Aidid Safar: Bondage in the Name of God
The Apocryphal New Testament (publisher: William Hone, Wildhern Press)
The Gospel of Barnabas
Robert Van de Weyer: The Call to Heresy (Lamp Press)
Artscroll (Ramban commentary on the Torah)
Artscroll (The Rubin Edition of commentaries anthologised from Rabbinic writings)
Herbert Berg: The Development of Exegesis in Early Islam
Abdul Wadud: Conspiracies Against the Quran
Tovia Singer: Let’s Get Biblical (Vols 1 & 2),
The Hebrew-English Interlinear ESV Old Testament
Wael B. Hallaq: An Introduction to Islamic Law
The Companion Bible
The King James Bible (produced by Local Church Bible Publishers)
A Reader’s Hebrew Bible (Zondervan)
John H. Dobson: Learn Biblical Hebrew (2nd edition)
J A Haywood, H M Nahmad: A New Arabic Grammar
Discourses of Epictetus

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