The primary source of the missionaries' argument is at here. We have also retained their pattern so as to facilitate the identification of rebuttals.
1. The Bible Borrowing Theories Of The Qur'an
Methodological Fallacy Of The Theory Of Religious Borrowing
The 'Charge' & Its Implications
So What Is The Implication Of This Charge?
The Theory Of Religious Borrowing
Does Similarity Imply Borrowing?
The Dilemma & The Double Standard
The Theory Of Innovation
Missionary Tautology & Its Implication
Important Questions To Ask
2. Refutation Of The Borrowing Theories Of The Qur'an
The Orientalists,The Bible & The Qur'an: A Brief Review Of Bible Borrowing Theories
Comments On Geiger & Tisdall's Books On The Sources Of The Qur'an
Is The Bible Really The Source Of The Qur'an?
The Defense of The Qur'an Against The Bible Borrowing Theory
The Prophet's Wives Teaching The Bible?
Did Waraqa Ibn Nawfal Teach The Prophet?
What About Salman - The Persian?
Well, Did Muhammad Not Copy Some Verses Of The Qur'an From Imru'l Qais?
On Pirke De-Rabbi Eli‘ezer As One Of The Sources Of The Qur'an
On The Sources Of The Story Of Cain & Abel In The Qur'an
To Moo Or Not To Moo, That Is The Question!
Arent Wensinck & Jewish Sources Of Qur'an 18:65-82?
Is The Source Of Qur'an 18:60-65 The Alexander Romances?
Is The Source Of Qur'an 18:60-65 The Epic of Gilgamesh?
On The Sources Of The Qur'anic Dhul-Qarnayn
Is The Qur'anic Story Of Solomon & Sheba From The Targum Sheni?
The Ten Wise Jews: Source Of The Qur'an?
Is The Qur'anic Surah Of Joseph Borrowed From Jewish Midrashic Sources?
The Story Of Abraham And Idols In The Qur'an And Midrash Genesis Rabbah
Midrash Numbers Rabbah & Haman In The Qur'an
Historical Errors Of The Qur'an: Pharaoh & Haman
Arda Wiraz Namag (Iranian "Divina Commedia") And The Prophet's Night Journey
From Alphonse Mingana To Christoph Luxenberg: Arabic Script & The Alleged Syriac Origins Of The Qur'an
Problem Of The Parallels
‘Abdullah Ibn Sad Ibn Abi Sarh: Where Is The Truth?
Apostacy Of Ibn Sarh
‘Ulum al-Qur'an & Revelation
What Does Sirah Of al-Iraqi Actually Say?
The Word Allah In The Arabic Bible
Refutation of some Christians who say that they believe in a different God.
Moon God & The Christian Missionaries
Reply To Robert Morey's Moon-God Allah Myth: A Look At The Archaeological Evidence
According to the Christian missionaries, archaeology proves that Allah was a pagan Arab Moon-god from pre-Islamic times. This ridiculous piece of Christian propaganda is conclusively refuted by examining the archaeological records from the Arabian Peninsula, paying special attention to key archaeological excavations along with the numismatic and epigraphic evidence.
- The Statue At Hazor: "Allah" Of The Muslims?
- The "Moon" Deities From Southern Arabia?
- A Wild Goose Chase In Northern Arabia
- Unquoting The Quotes
- From Missionary Injudiciousness To Enlightenment?
- Appendix I: On The “Moon-God” Coins Of Ancient Southern Arabia
Refutation Of Robert Morey's Moon-God Myth & Other Deceptive Attacks On Islam
Perhaps the earliest refutation of Morey's Moon-god myth. It was written by Shabbir Ally and exposed Morey's deception quite well. Very popular on the web!
Is Hubal The Same As Allah?
Some Orientalists and the Christian missionaries claim that Hubal, the principal idol located in Makkah, was none other than the ancient pre-Islamic correspondent of Allah. A careful reading of the Islamic sources convincingly disproves this highly speculative hypothesis. Also, attempts to connect "Ha-Baal" with Hubal and subsequently Hubal with Allah are shown to be unsupported by the epigraphic evidence by examining the inscriptions from the Ancient Near East.
- Hubal = Allah? A Detailed Investigation
- Appendix 1: Baʿalshamin: A Nabataean Deity
- Appendix 2: Hubal In The Hebrew Bible?
Raḥmānān (RHMNN) - An Ancient South Arabian Moon God?
In their fervour to hypothesise the lunar characteristics of Allah, the Christian missionaries and apologists have claimed that one of Allah's names, al-Raḥmān, signified a Moon-god in pre-Islamic South Arabia. This ridiculous piece of Christian propaganda is conclusively refuted by examining a selection of Jewish and Christian Sabaean inscriptions from South Arabia antecedent to Islam. A brief lexicographic study of the Sabaic word rḥmnn shows that it is derived from the root rḥm, meaning mercy.
- Raḥmānān In South Arabia
- Lexicographic Study Of Raḥmānān
- Al-Raḥmān In The Qur'an
- Pagans And Neo-Pagans
- Appendix: An Excursus On Abraha And The Murayghan Inscription (Ry 506)
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