A Two-Hour Koran

I just finished listening to the audio book version of A Two-Hour Koran. I found the first 15 minutes somewhat boring and repetitive, as it recounted the Koran's enumeration of all of the rewards bestowed upon good Muslims. But as it progressed, I couldn't stop listening. Indeed, I have re-listened to several sections.
This is an excellent investment of two hours of your time. It facilitates a greater understanding of the Koran and the principles of Islam, including Islamic conquest.
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Here's the description from the website:
In about the time it takes to watch a professional sports event, you can comprehend the Koran. Since the Koran is famously known to be unreadable, how can this be? The Koran found in the bookstore is not the historical Koran of Mohammed. The original Koran was a story that unfolded as Mohammed's life situations changed. The bookstore Koran is arranged by length of chapter, not time. The bookstore Koran has no time, no Mohammed and no story. Therefore, it makes no sense. Using statistical methods to select the verses, A Two-Hour Koran has woven Mohammed's life back into the Koran itself. Now the verses have context and meaning. Everything is in the right order and the original story has been restored. Once you have read A Two-Hour Koran, you can pick up a bookstore Koran and understand what you are reading.
The book is one of many educational books and excellent videos produced by Bill Warner, PhD, with Political Islam. Highly recommended.


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