Moses and Pharaoh in the Bible, Qur'an and History (HB)

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Author:Maurice Bucaille
Publisher:Islamic Book Trust, Kuala Lumpur
Year of Publication:2008 CE

The holy scriptures of the three Abrahamic religions share some of the main aspects of historical events which happened after Prophet Abraham. One topic which reveals many such shared aspects is the story of Moses who rose up against the despotic Pharaoh. The events during the period are important to the Muslims, Jews and Christians, and in many cases form the basis of the history and rituals of the three religions. This work is a comparative study of the Biblical and Qur'anic narrations of the story of Moses and Pharaoh. In doing so, Dr Maurice Bucaille, author of the bestselling 1976 treatise, The Bible, The Qur'an and Science, carefully avoids theoretical and speculative views in an attempt to cope only with facts.

Legitimization of the Search 18

Entry into Egypt during the Rule of the Hyksos 31

Are the Oppressed Hebrews Mentioned in 52

Birth of Moses Construction of the City of PiRamesses 58

Contemporaneity of Moses 72

An alleged spiritual influence of Ramesses II upon Moses 80

the Stela of the Fifth Year ofMerenptah s Reign 86

The Plagues of Egypt 96

Champollion in Debt to the Bible 147

Essential Facts and History of the Text 155

Joseph 168

Moses and Pharaoh 186

The Exodus 195

General Survey of the Research Comparison 203

Comparison between the Biblical and Quranic Narrations 213


Maurice Bucaille
  • English
Islamic Book Trust, Kuala Lumpur
Year of Publication:
2008 CE

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