Reference: Tisdall, W. St.
Clair, A Manual of the Leading Muhammadan Objections to
Christianity, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge,
London, England, 1904, pp. 239.
Background: This book
offers the responses of a Christian scholarwho was familiar
with the Qur'an, Muhammad's traditions, and Semitic languagesto
the objections of Muslims to the claims of the Bible.
W. St. Clair Tisdall defends the claims of the Lord Jesus
Christ, the teachings of the Old and New Testaments, the Holy
Trinity, and the necessity of the sacrificial death of our blest
Savior. In addition, he responds to the challenges against
the reliability and integrity of the text of the Old and New
Qur'anic References: The references to the
Qur'an in Tisdall's book don't often correspond to modern
editions of the Qur'an. Generally, the correct reference
occurs within a verse or two of the one given in Tisdall's book.
Sometimes, a Qur'an reference is followed by a number in
brackets. This bracketed number gives the correct verse
reference as found in modern editions of the Qur'an.
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