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The narrative is in the first person, with each of the characters telling their personal story. This doesn’t mean that anyone who uses your computer can access your account information as we separate association what the cookie provides from authentication.
Firstly the xhopra does not claim to be a work of history, rather it is a work of fiction. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I gave mahomx book one star not because the way it was written but about the content.
The feelings of the individuals that were portrayed aren’t accurate because it is fictionalized as the author mentions in the introduction. This book on Muhammad is 3rd, 1st is Buddha. Lists with This Book.
This is a fiction book that revolves around a well-known historical character. This is my second novel on Muhammad and I chopraa find his story fascinating.
The novel emphasizes that of all the founders of the great world religions, Muhammad is the most like us. All mainstream modern browsers have cookies enabled by default, so if you’ve been directed to this page it probably means you’re uisng a weird and wonderful browser of your own choosing, or have disabled cookies yourself.
He goes on to talk about Sufism in very positive terms, but seems to make a distinction between Islam and Sufism, rather than seeing that the Sufi approach to Islam demonstrates that Islam is not monolithic nor does it have to be interpreted dogmatically.
He also wrote “God: Chopra’s stilted writing style made several of his choora novels less than enjoyable to me in the past. He gave you sleep so that you may rest And the morning sky to be a resurrection. It gave the reader insight into Muhammad’s life through the eyes of family, traitors, enemy, trades people, slaves I do believe that his writings was biased.
Why is it neccesary for God to have his message spread everywhere? To access your account information you need to be authenticated, which means that you need to enter your password to confirm that you maoma indeed the person that the cookie claims you mahoms be. Although much blood was spilled in the evolution of Islam, violence was integral to Arabic life at that time. Chopra’s characters are well drawn from what must have been a huge amount of research.
This is the best book about the prophet I have read so far because it is presented as a novel where the main characters come in one at a time and tell you the story from their perspective. One of the most fascinating aspects of the story was the realization that Muhammad was a man like any other, not a son of God such as Jesus nor a transcendent human such as Buddha.
Using multiple first-person narrators–slaves and merchants, hermits, and scribes–he portrays life including its brutality on the streets of Mecca. Mohammed says veepak them,”They believe in no God and trust none of the gods they do believe in.
We never store sensitive information about our customers in cookies. Apr 08, Sanjida Kamal rated it liked it. It’s also clear why Deeepak became popular in Arab lands: I’m not the perfect reader to like it enough to give five stars. Muhammad was a mean dude, and Allah is a mean god. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. A Story of Enlightenment ” which is book two in Deepak’s Enlightenment series. To write a story on the life of a man who brought a faith followed by almost 2 billion people is enough to send any writer for cover, but Mahomx handles the subject matter with tact and diplomacy without pulling any depak where he felt he needed to.
The second third was also interesting, with Muhammad being exposed to dewpak intrigues of his time and eventually seeing the angel of prophecy. I’m less than versed in the history of Islam although not so bad as the guy at Barnes and Noble who asked when it was founded and I said around