Muhammad: A Biography of the Prophet
|Publisher||Victor Gollancz Ltd|
|ISBN||0575062444 (1995 ed.)|
|LC Class||BP75 .A76 1992|
|Followed by||Muhammad: A Prophet for Our Time|
The book gives a comparison between the three major monotheistic religions of Islam, Christianity and Judaism. It also derives relevant examples from Buddhism and Hinduism. It not only speaks about the life of Muhammad but also discusses the relationships and conflicts between the Western and Islamic worlds. The book also discusses the effect that Western attitudes have had on the Muslim psyche and attempts to explain the diverse attitudes of many modern Muslims towards the Western world today.
- First, 1991. Victor Gollancz Ltd
- First U.S. edition, 1992. HarperSanFrancisco (HarperCollins). ISBN 0-06-250014-7 (290 pages)
- Paperback (revised), 1993. HarperCollins. ISBN 0-06-250886-5 (288 pages)
- Paperback, 2001. Orion Publishing Group ISBN 1-84212-608-3 (288 pages)
- "Muhammad: a biography of the prophet" (first US edition). Library of Congress Catalog Record. Retrieved 2014-04-07.
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- Harvey Blume (21 March 2001). "Divine Reticence: A conversation with Karen Armstrong, biographer of the Enlightened One". Atlantic Unbound. The Atlantic Monthly Group.
- "Muhammad: A Biography of the Prophet (review)". Blue Rectangle (bluerectangle.com). n.d. Retrieved 2011-10-24. Copyright Pacific Book Exchange, LLC.
- Laurie Goodstein (21 December 2006). "Book Review: Muhammad: A Prophet for Our Time". International Herald Tribune. The New York Times Company. Review of the "Eminent Lives" series edition.
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