Izhar ul-Haqq

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Izhar ul-Haqq or Izhar al-Haq (Arabic: إظهار الحق‎) is a book by Rahmatullah Kairanawi. Originally written in Arabic in 1864, this six-volume book was later translated (or summarized) into English,[1][2] Turkish[3], Urdu and Bangla[4].

Christine Schirrmacher describes the book saying:[5]


Kairanawi made use of Western Biblical criticism[5] as well as theological works. His book frequently cites the following authorities:[6]


  • Part 1: The Books of the Bible
    • The Divisions Of The New Testament
    • Review Of The Books By the Councils
    • The Books Rejected By The Protestants
    • The Absence Of Certainty In The Bible
    • The Present Pentateuch Is Not The Book Of Moses
    • Errors In The Calculation Of The Israelites's Number
    • Status Of The Books In The Old Testament
    • The New Testament And The Status Of The Four Gospels
    • The Epistles And The Revelation
  • Part 2: Contradictions and Errors in the Biblical Text
    • Contradictions 1 - 119
    • Errors 1 - 110
  • Part 3: Distortion and Abrogation in the Bible. The Trinity Refuted
    • The Biblical Texts : Are they revealed
      • The Arguments
      • Distortions
      • The Admission of Christian Scholars
      • The Opinion of Encyclopædia Britannica
      • Watson’s Admission
      • Beausobre and Lenfant’s opinion
      • The Views of Christian Scholars on Pentateuch
      • The Epistle of James and the Book of Revelation
      • The Admission of Clement
      • Admissions of Protestant Scholars
      • Admissions of German Scholars
      • Views on the Subject of the Chronicles
      • The Muslim Attitude towards the Gospels
    • The Opinion Of The Muslim Scholar
      • The Opinion of Imam Ar-Razi
      • The Opinion of Imam Al-Qurtubi
      • The Opinion of Al-Maqrizi
      • Two Claims to the Aunthintcity of the Gospels
      • Answer the First Claim
      • The Source of Clement's Letter
      • The Second Passage of Clement's Letter
      • The Third Passage of Clement's Letter
      • The Letters of Ignatius
      • The Cannons of Nicaea
      • Answer to the Second Clain to the Authenticity of the Gospels
      • The Gospel of Luke was Not Seen by Paul
    • Human Distortion of the Bible
      • Alterations in the Text of the Bible
      • Alterations 1 - 14
      • First Conclusion to Sixth Conclusion
      • Alterations 15 - 32
      • Additions to the Text of the Bible
      • Distortion in Luther’s Translation
      • Omissions in the Text of the Bible
    • Refutation of Misleading Protestant Statements Regarding the Authenticity of the Bible
      • First Contention
      • Observations of Non-Christian Scholars
      • Observations of Heretical Christian Scholars
      • Observations of Christians Theologians
      • Second Contention
      • The Fourth Answer
      • Third Contention
      • Fourth Contention
      • Historicity of the Bible
      • The Fifth Contention
  • Part 4: Authenticity of The Holy Traditions. Authenticity of Hadith and The Holy Quran
    • Chapter One: The Holy QUR’AN
    • Chapter Two: Christians Objections To The Holy QUR’AN
    • Chapter Three: Authenticity of The Holy Traditions (HADITH)
      • The Status of Oral Tradition in the Bible
      • The Gospels and Oral Tradition
      • What Protestant Scholars say
      • A Historical View of the Hadith Collections


  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2008-01-29. Retrieved 2008-01-27.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ Haber7.com
  4. ^ ইযহারুল হক. Translated by Dr Abdullah Jahangir. Islamic Foundation Bangladesh.
  5. ^ a b Schirrmacher, Christine. "The influence of German Biblical criticism on Muslim apologetics in the 19th century", Contra Mundum, 1997. Accessed September 27, 2007.
  6. ^ The book's introduction

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