John Renard is the author of In the Footsteps of Muhammed: Understanding Islamic Experience (1992), Islam and the Heroic Image: Themes in Literature and the Visual Arts (1993), and All the King's Falcons: Rumi on Prophets and Revelation (1994). He is Professor of Theological Studies at St. Louis University.
When kids ask about Quran, they ask wholeheartedly and sincerely.
This book answers the questions of kids about Quran with the level of their
This book is not only for kids and young ones, but also adults can
find their own answers.
Those are the questions that you will find answers in the book:
Why is the Qur’an in Arabic?
Does Qur’an get old?
Does the Qur’an mention great inventions, such as planes?
Some scientific miracles that take place in the Holy Qur’an?
"Islam" is a word that seems simple to understand. It means "submission," and, more specifically in the context where it first and most familiarly appears, "submission to the will of God." That context is the Quran, the Sacred Book of the Muslims, from which flow the patterns of belief and practice that today claim the spiritual allegiance of hundreds of millions around the globe. By drawing on the works of the great masters--Islam in its own words--Peters enriches our understanding of the community of "those who have submitted" and their imposing religious and political culture, which is becoming ever more important to the West.