Divine word and prophetic word in early Islam a reconsideration of the sources, with special reference to the Divine Saying or Hadîth Qudsî by Graham, William A.

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  • Hadith.,
  • Revelation (Islam)

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StatementWilliam A. Graham.
SeriesReligion and society ; 7, Religion and society (Hague, Netherlands) ;, 7.
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LC ClassificationsBP135 .G7
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Paginationxii, 266 p. ;
Number of Pages266
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Open LibraryOL4477913M
ISBN 109027976120
LC Control Number79305701

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Ḥadīth is the Arabic word for things like speech, report, account, narrative.: Unlike the Quran, not all Muslims believe that hadith accounts (or at least not all hadith accounts) are divine revelation. For the Christians, the divine revelation is embodied in the personality of Christ, who is nothing less than the divine word made flesh.

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Prophetic Word in Early Islam (The Hague, ), esp. Part I. 6 Concerning these sayings, see ibid., esp. Part II, "The Divine Saying". 7 The anonymous Kitdb al. William A. Graham's Divine Word and Prophetic Word in Early Islam (The Hague, ), especially part 1, "Revelation in Early Islam," provides an imaginative description of how two separate sacred messages, scripture and prophetic example, crystallized out of the unitary prophetic experience; the bibliography includes many major European works.

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On al-aḥādiṯ al-qudsiya, see Idem, Divine Word and Prophetic Word in Early Islam, The Hague, On early opposition to the Hadith movement, see Josef van Ess, “Ein unbekanntes Fragment des Naẓẓām,” in Der Orient in der Forschung: Festschrift fur Otto Spies, ed.

Wilhelm Hoenerbach, Wiesbaden,pp. A controversial episode in the life of the Prophet Muhammad concerns an incident in which he allegedly mistook words suggested by Satan as divine revelation.

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