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Allah of the Qur'an and the God of the Bible: Are They the Same? by Dr. Thomas G. Brunswick is a contentious, conversational, intellectual, religious-philosophical book which introduces readers to the complete history and perspective of Allah, God, the Qur'an, and the Bible. The Muslim and Christian religions have both been debated for years concerning accuracy and origins. Dr. Thomas G Brunswick reveals passages from the Qur'an that would appear to be taken from the Jewish Bible and reconstructed or reworded. A reader might presume from this that the Bible was in fact written before the Qur'an. Dr. Thomas Brunswick does not influence his readers to believe in Allah or God, but rather provides readers with documented, well-researched information on the lifestyle, customs, beliefs, and laws of both Christians and Muslims. After each documented passage or scripture given in explaining God or Allah, Brunswick explains in layman's terms the exact meaning to allow readers to make their own decision on what they believe to be true or false.
This is the most intriguing, intellectual, unbiased, religious-philosophy book I have ever read. Dr. Brunswick has allowed his readers to gain pertinent knowledge of each religion and life style. I was impressed with the detailed explanation given for each passage of scripture, biblical verse, or story. This book was very understandable. A must-read for all who seek information on Allah, God, Christian and Muslim lifestyle.