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  1. My favorite books are:

    1. Biography of Prophey by Ibn Kathir
    2. 300 Authenticated Miracles of the Prophet by Ibn Kathir
    3. Al Bidaayah wannihaayah by Ibn Kathir

  2. That’s interesting!

  3. Such a lovely video, I always like when others talk about books and make me interested in reading them, thanks a million times for these kind of videos Paul! Just added three of your mentioned books to my reading list: the Qur’an and secular mind, Gai Eaton’s book, and the George Eliot novel, all of them seem very interesting and I haven’t heard about them before!

  4. Dear Mr. Williams, do you have a platform where we could share our thoughts. As in a zoom podcast or a friendly online session? Or a group like whatsapp or twitter? I’m new in the journey of studying scriptures and I’m finding that my thoughts are strikingly similar to yours. I would love to learn from you on a regular basis!

    I was looking for a contact so I could email you but couldn’t find it anywhere so here’s my email: msami@uncc.edu

    I would love to meet you!

    Sincerely,
    Sami

  5. Hi there, I’m only on twitter: @freemonotheist

  6. Paul,

    thanks for mentioning of Shabbir Akhtar….

    It looks profound…I read whatever I could that was provided by Amazon

    Here is an interesting book review of his latest book on St Paul.

    https://marginalia.lareviewofbooks.org/st-paul-and-islam-a-contemporary-perspective/

  7. Here is an interesting book

    In Search of Ali ibn Abi Talib’s Codex

    by Seyfeddin Kara, and foreward by James Piscatori

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05JDHoBFLUw&feature=emb_logo

    Book can be purchased at

    https://www.amazon.com/Search-Ali-Ibn-Talibs-Codex/dp/3959940548

    Expensive but worth it.

    Perhaps it can be found less expensive elsewhere.

  8. Paul Williams:
    On YouTube you recommended a book on early Christianity. It was written by 2 authors, one of whom was professor of patristics.
    What was the name of the book?

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