The Koran, the sacred text at the heart of the second-largest religion in the world, is regarded by Muslims as the exact word of God as revealed to the prophet Muhammad. Representing the ultimate authority on almost every issue related to Muslim life, the Koran’s lessons and parables offer the faithful moral and spiritual guidance.
In The Wisdom of the Koran, listeners will discover a selection of key chapters such as “The Night Journey” and “The Cave”, footnotes to convey context and meaning, as well as several stories from Judeo-Christian history. This invaluable anthology is an excellent step toward greater understanding of one of the finest pieces of Arabic prose and the Muslim faith.
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3 out of 5 stars
By Sue Jackson on 11-02-16

Good wisdom from an excellent book of faith .

Would you try another book written by The Wisdom Series or narrated by Catherine Byers?

Yes for the Wisdom series , no from Catherine Byers.

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Would you be willing to try another one of Catherine Byers’s performances?

The prIncess books are good but her voice is monotone so didn't come over well for this.

Was Wisdom of the Koran worth the listening time?

No because of narrator.

Any additional comments?

The content good but just too many Thous, thus, verilyss for me to digest.

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