In Search of God by Dr. Mohamed Gad
God, Religious Scriptures & Proof of Divine Revelation

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This book attempts to search for God. In examining the revealed religions one must not confuse scripture with those who are followers of the faith. Followers as well as non-followers of a particular faith may entwine their own culture, superstitions, biases, fears and ignorance with the reality of the revelation and therefore misrepresent the truth of revealed scripture.

This book is a compilation of different concepts derived from multiple sources. The author synthesizes these ideas in a lucid manner so that the reader may reach his own conclusions. The Koran states that the prophet Muhammad is mentioned in the Torah & the Gospel (Koran 7:157). The author studies this Koranic claim in the first part of this book starting with Ishmael, father of the Arabs, whose Hebrew name means “God Hears”. Rabbi Glenn Blank affirms translating Ishmael from the Hebrew as “God Hears”.(http://www.beitsimcha.com/s_ser/s_ser_0012.asp). Ishmael’s descendents were promised a “Great Nation” (Bible, Genesis 17:20, KJV). The second part of this book deals with Koranic miracles that are analyzed to the detail with scientific definitions, diagrams or pictures.

Those who love knowledge for the sake of enlightenment should find this book engaging and refreshing. The author, born in England and raised in Canada, is a medical doctor who has spent twenty years analyzing and investigating religious scriptures for irrefutable evidence. This book is an intellectual journey that promises to be a challenging endeavor for serious readers of all faiths.

 

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Published December 9, 2004 by iUniverse, Inc.. 174 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Utilizing numerous and often lengthy passages from the Koran, the Hebrew Bible, and the New Testament, as well as quotations from many modern authorities, Gad purports to help the reader search for God.

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