John Medows Rodwell
- For others, see Rodwell (disambiguation)
John Medows Rodwell (1808–1900) was a friend of Charles Darwin while both matriculated at Cambridge. He became an English clergyman of the Church of England and a Non-Muslim Islamic scholar. He served as Rector of St.Peter's, Saffron Hill, London 1836-43 and Rector of St Ethelburga's, Bishopsgate, London from 1843-1900. He and Darwin maintained a correspondence after their graduation.
- The Koran(1861)
- Works written by or about John Medows Rodwell at Wikisource
- Al-Quran project includes the Qur'an translation of John Medows Rodwell.
- Works by John Medows Rodwell at Project Gutenberg (as translator)
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