A Comprehensive Commentary on the Qurn: Comprising Sale's Translation and Preliminary Discourse, Volum 2

Houghton, Mifflin, 1884

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Side 30 - Jesus, and that which was delivered unto the prophets from their Lord : We make no distinction between any of them, and to God are we resigned.
Side 314 - Verily God hath purchased of the true believers their souls and their substance, promising them the enjoyment of Paradise on condition that they fight for the cause of God: whether they slay or be slain, the promise for the same is assuredly due by the Law and the Gospel and the Koran.
Side 157 - I have not spoken to them any other than what thou didst command me; namely, Worship God, my Lord and your Lord...
Side 260 - ... of the prophets is already past, and the like shall be inflicted on them. Therefore fight against them until there be no opposition in favour of idolatry, and the religion be wholly GOD'S.
Side 73 - They also shall have the fourth part of what ye shall leave, in case ye have no issue; but if ye have issue, then they shall have the eighth part of what ye shall leave, after the legacies which ye shall bequeath and your debts be paid.
Side 214 - Verily your LORD is GOD, who created the heavens and the earth in six days...
Side 66 - MEN, fear your Lord, who hath created you out of one man, and out of him created his wife, and from them two hath multiplied many men and women: and fear God by whom ye beseech one another; and respect women who have borne you, for God is watching over you.
Side 70 - Men ought to have a part of what their parents and kindred leave behind them when they die : and women also ought to have a part of what their parents and kindred leave, whether it be little, or whether it- be much ; a determinate part is due to them.
Side 157 - O Jesus, son of Mary, hast thou said unto men, Take me and my mother for two gods, beside God ? He shall answer, Praise be unto thee! it is not for me to say that which I ought not...
Side 88 - Verily those who disbelieve our signs, we will surely cast to be broiled in hell fire ; so often as their skins shall be well burned, we will give them other skins in exchange, that they may taste the sharper torment ; for GOD is mighty and wise.

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