Originally published in 1936.
This volume discusses the Islamic faith in the perspective of the ancient Arabian monotheism and its similarities with Christianity and Judaism. The similarities not only in dogma, but also in the ritual of Nestorian Christianity are discussed as well as an interpretation of Mohammed’s religious personality.
Table of Contents
Chapters include: 1. Arabia at the Time of Mohammed 2. From Mohammed’s Childhood to his Prophetic Call 3. Mohammed’s Relgious Message 4. Mohammed’s Doctrine of Revelation 5. The Conflict with the Quraish 6. The Ruler in Medina 7. Mohammed’s Personality