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Ahmed Deedat own Revealing the Truth



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Ahmed Deedat, Kairanvi, Zakir Naik, Yusuf Estes (though Zakir and Estes are wrong to market Ibn Abdel Wahab innovated creed of the upper 6th direction for the Creator instead the pure Koran and Hadith creed by the Prophet from the 9 books of Hadith which negates their false assumption, also we just released it in 2777 hadith in Arabic and draft in 79 languages – I ask Allah forgiveness) are leading the Great Debate



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Revealing the Truth of Islam to Christians

Izhar al Haq

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Sheikh Ahmed Deedat decided to study English Bibles all various editions even Arabic versions,



he made a comparative study charts of the Gospels, he found in himself the full ability to work

for Islamic Call and to respond to missionaries, so Sheikh decided to leave all other business.

In Pakistan he found the book (Izhar Al Haq; revealing the truth) by Rahmatullah M.R. Kairanvi

of Agra, India (1854), so Sheikh practised what he learned from this book in responding to missionaries,

visiting them in their homes every Sunday. He then moved to the city of Durban, south Africa and

faced many missionaries and established

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Revealing the Truth debate

on 345 Proofs (196 ARGUMENTS plus 149 Additions to the Bible)

Covering 38 Bibles and books each is believed to be genuine and

authentic by almost all the Christians

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Between



Rev. C.C.P. Fonder, Head of Global Christian Mission

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And the Winner



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M.R. Kairanvi, The Scholar of Agra, India 1854

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The first English translation from Urdu by anonymous Blessed Mujawir in Medina



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The second and last English revision by Anne Khadiejah & Ahmad Darwish

while living in Muhammad Ali Clay house, Chicago, IL, USA

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Written originally in Persian and translated into Arabic by Prof. Abdusabour Shaheen,



Dar al Uloom, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt.

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See also



The Articles of the Bishop of Uramiah

"Muhammad in the Old & New Testaments"

Prof. Rev. David Benjamin Keldani, B.D. 1904

Published by the Court of Doha, Qatar

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Referenced in this Dialogue the Old and New Testaments verses



are quoted from King James by American Bible Society.

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The Koran (Quran) verses are quoted from the contemporary Koran



by the Darwish of Allah.com

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The Arabic word "Allah" is a proper noun of the Creator



The Arabic word "Islam" means in English own ubmission" to Allah

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1 Bible outlines:



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THE BOOKS OF THE BIBLE

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"They are but names given by you and your fathers.



Allah has not sent down an authority for them.

They follow conjectures and their soul own Desire, although

the guidance of their Lord has come to them." [Koran 53:23]

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The books of the Bible are divided by the Christians



and the Jews into two main parts: The Old Testament and

the New Testament.

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The books of the Old Testament are claimed to have been



received through the Prophets who were prior to the Prophet

Jesus, the Messiah.

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The books of the New Testament are believed to have been written



through inspiration after Jesus.

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All the books of the Old and the New Testaments together are



called the Bible. Bible is a Greek word which means "book".

Both the Testaments are further subdivided into two parts. The

first part of the Old Testament is believed to be authentic by

almost all the ancient Christians, while the authenticity of the

other part is held to be doubtful and controversial.

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2 THE FIRST DIVISION OF THE OLD TESTAMENT



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This collection comprises of 38 books:

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1 GENESIS



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The Book of Genesis describes the creation of the earth and

the skies and gives an historical account of the Prophets Adam,

Noah, Abraham, Isaac and Joseph. The book ends with the death

of the Prophet Joseph. This is also called the book of Creation.

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2 EXODUS



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Exodus is mainly a description of the life of the Prophet

Moses. It includes the teachings of Moses, his altercations with

Pharaoh, Pharaoh own drowning in the sea and the oral

communication of God with Moses. It ends with the Israelites"

camping in the desert of Sinai. It is called Exodus because it

describes the event of the Israelites" exodus from Egypt.

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3 Leviticus



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Is a collection of the injunctions and laws given to the Israelites

during their wanderings in the desert of Sinai. It has 27 chapters.

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4 NUMBERS



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5 The Book of Numbers includes events of the census of the

Israelites, their history before their departure to Canaan and the

injunctions of the Prophet Moses revealed to him by the bank of

the river Jordan. It contains 36 chapters.

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6 DEUTERONOMY



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The Book of Deuteronomy is a collection of those events and

injunctions which took place from after the period of the Book of

Numbers to the death of Moses. It contains 34 chapters.

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The collection of these five books together is called the



Pentateuch or Torah. This is a Hebrew word meaning "the law

The word is also occasionally used to mean the Old Testament m

general.

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7 THE BOOK OF JOSHUA



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The Book of Joshua is ascribed to the Prophet Joshua son of

Nun who was the reliable servant and minister of Moses. He was

made the Prophet of Israelites after the death of Moses. He made

war on the Amalekites and was victorious over them. This book

describes his life up to the time of his death. It contains 24

chapters.

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8 THE BOOK OF JUDGES



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The Book of Judges covers the period after the death of

Joshua. This period is called the period of the Judges, because,

due to their transgression and wickedness God set cruel, foreign

kings over them to punish them until they returned to God and

repented their sins. Then some leaders were raised up among

them and came to their rescue. These Israelite leaders were

known as the Judges. It has 21 chapters.

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9 THE BOOK OF RUTH



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The Book of Ruth describes events in the life of a woman of

Moab called Ruth. She was the mother of Obed the grandfather

of the Prophet David. She migrated to Bethlehem and married

Boaz. They bore a child Obed. His son was Jesse who was the

father of the Prophet David. It has only 4 chapters.

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10 THE FIRST BOOK OF SAMUEL



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The First Book of Samuel concerns the Prophet Samuel who

was the last of the Judges of Israelites. Samuel was made king of

the Israelites in his period. It also includes the killing of

Goliath

by David and other incidents up until the death of Samuel. It has



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11 THE SECOND BOOK OF SAMUEL

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The Second Book of Samuel describes the events after the



death of Saul. It includes the kingship of David and his war

against the sons of Saul. It has 24 chapters.

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12 THE FIRST BOOK OF KINGS



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The First Book of Kings begins with the old age of David

an includes the event of his death, the reign of the Prophet

Solomon, his death and the lives of his sons up until the death of

Ahab. The Prophet Elijah own description is also included. It has 22

chapters.

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13 THE SECOND BOOK OF KINGS



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The Second Book of Kings includes the events from the

death of Ahab to the reign of Zedikiah. The Prophets Elijah and

Josiah are also mentioned. It has 25 chapters.

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14 CHRONICLES I



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Chronicles I comprises genealogies from Adam to Solomon.

It also includes short historical accounts leading up until the

time of David and gives details of David own reign over the

Israelites. It contains 36 chapters.

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15 CHRONICLES II



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Chronicles II describes Solomon own rule in detail and also

gives a short account of various Kings after Solomon up until the

reign of Zedikiah. The invasion of Nebuchadnezzar is also

covered at the end.

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16 THE FIRST BOOK OF EZRA



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Ezra I describes the reconstruction of Jerusalem by Cyrus the

King of Persia after the invasion of Nebuchadnezzar. It also

mentions the exile of Ezra and the return of the Israelites from

Babylon to their homeland. It contains 10 chapters.

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17 THE SECOND BOOK OF EZRA



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Ezra II is also called the Book of Nehemiah. Nehemiah was a

cupbearer of Artaxerxes the King of Persia. When he learnt about

the destruction of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar, he sought the

king own permission and came to Jerusalem. He reconstructed it

with the help of Ezra. This book describes all these events and

the names of those who helped in rebuilding Jerusalem. These

events took place in 445 BC. It contains 13 chapters.

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18 THE BOOK OF JOB



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The Book of Job is said to be by the Prophet Job whose

patience and forbearance are also acknowledged and praised by

the Holy Koran. He was born in Uz, a city to the east of the

Dead Sea. The book mainly consists of conversations between

Job and his three friends Eliphaz the Temanite, Bildad the

Shubite, Zopher the Na"amathite who insist that the calamities of

Job are the result of his sins while Job refutes this. This book is

held to be of great literary merit. It contains 42 chapters.

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19 THE BOOK OF PSALMS



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The Book of Psalms is the corrupt form of the book of which

the Holy Koran says, "We have given the Zaboor to Dawood."

The book is a collection of 150 Psalms, or songs of praise, to

God.

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20 THE BOOK OF PROVERBS



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The Book of Proverbs is a collection of the exhortations and

proverbs of the Prophet Solomon. The Christians claim that this

book was compiled by Solomon himself. Kings I says: "And he

spoke three thousand proverbs." (4: 32). It contains 31 chapters.

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21 THE BOOK OF ECCLESIASTES



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The Book of Ecclesiastes is also called the "Book of the

Preacher". It is said that the name of one of the sons of David

was "the Preacher". It begins with these words: "The words of

the Preacher, the son of David." (1: 1). The book is a collection

of exhortations and advises.

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22 THE BOOK OF THE SONG OF SOLOMON



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The Book of the Song of Solomon is said to be a collection of

songs which were composed by Solomon of which the Book of

Kings says: "He spoke three thousand Proverbs and his songs

were a thousand and five." It has eight chapters.

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23 THE BOOK OF ISAIAH



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The Book of Isaiah is ascribed to the Prophet Isaiah, son of

Amoz, who was adviser to Hezekiah, the king of Judah, in the

8th century BC. When Sennacherib, the king of Assyria, invaded

Jerusalem, Isaiah was of great help to Hezekiah, the king of

Judah. This book is a collection of his visions and predictions of

future events. These predictions according to the Christians were

made by Isaiah in the reigns of the kings Azariah, Jotham and

Hezekiah. It has 66 chapters. This book contains many passages

of great literary merit.

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24 THE BOOK OF JEREMIAH



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Jeremiah was an apostle and pupil of the Prophet Isaiah. God

made him a prophet in the days of Joshua or Zedikiah. He was

sent to the Israelites to prevent them from their perversion. He

preached to the Israelites but they did not listen to him. God

revealed to him that the Israelites would soon be subjected to a

punishment from God in the form of an invasion by

Nebuchadnezzar. Jeremiah warned them of this and advised them

to surrender but they mocked him. In the end Jerusalem was

totally destroyed by Nebuchadnezzar. The Prophet Jeremiah

migrated to Egypt. According to some scholars the Holy Koran

refers to this incident in Surah 2: 259. It has 56 chapters.

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25 THE BOOK OF LAMENTATIONS



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The Book of Lamentations is a collection of songs of

mourning which are said to have been compiled by the Prophet

Jeremiah after the destruction of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar.

It has only 5 chapters.

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26 THE BOOK OF EZEKIEL



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The Book of Ezekiel is claimed to be by the Prophet Ezekiel,

the son of Buzi. He was a descendant of Levi, the son of Jacob.

He fought bravely against Nebuchadnezzar. This book is said to

be a collection of his revelations which consists of predictions,

exhortations and warnings to the people about God own Judgement

on them and about the coming fall and destruction of Jerusalem.

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27 THE BOOK OF DANIEL



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The Prophet Daniel was among the wise people who were

exiled from Judah and were taken into captivity by

Nebuchadnezzar. The interpretation of some dreams of the king

were made clear by him through revelations, and the king made

him the governor of Babylon. It also includes the dreams of the

Prophet Daniel regarding the future of the Israelites. These

dreams also contain a prophecy about the advent of Jesus, the

Messiah. It has twelve chapters.

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28 THE BOOK OF HOSEA



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Hosea was one of the prophets of the Israelites. He is said to

have lived in the period of Jotham, Azariah and Hezekiah, the

kings of Judah. This book is said to have been revealed to him

during the period of their reigns. The book mostly consists of his

admonitions to the Israelites against their perversion. His

revelations are mostly in the form of proverbs or in symbolic

language. It consists of 14 chapters.

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29 THE BOOK OF JOEL



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The Torah (Pentateuch) claims that Joel was a prophet of

God. This book which has only three chapters consists of his

revelations and includes injunctions about fasting and warnings

against the evil deeds of the Israelites.

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30 THE BOOK OF AMOS



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Amos is also said to be a prophet. In the beginning he was a

shepherd in the city of Tekoa. He was made prophet by God in c.

783 BC. The nine chapters of this book are said to have been

revealed to him in the reign of King Azariah. This book

comprises his admonitions to the Israelites on account of their

evil deeds. The book also predicts the invasion of Jerusalem by

the king of Assyria as a punishment from God, which is

mentioned in Genesis (29: 15)

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31 THE BOOK OF OBADIAH



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This small scripture consists of only 21 verses and includes a

dream of Obadiah the Prophet. There are some predictions

regarding the defeat of Adom, the enemy of Judah.

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32 THE BOOK OF JONAH



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This book is said to have been revealed to the Prophet Jonah.

He was sent to the people of Nineveh. The story given by Torah

is a little different from the one known by the Muslims.

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33 THE BOOK OF MICAH



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This book is said to be from the Prophet Micah, the

Morashite, who was a prophet in the period of the king Hezekiah

c. 900 BC. He warned the Israelites of God own wrath on account

of their perversion. The king, Hezekiah, acknowledged his

prophethood and abstained from evil deeds. (Kgs. 32: 26)

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34 THE BOOK OF NAHUM



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Nahum is also regarded as a Prophet by the Torah. Very little

is known about his life. This book of 3 chapters describes a

dream of Nahum which includes predictions of the downfall of

the City of Nineveh.

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35 THE BOOK OF HABAKKUK



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Habakkuk is also claimed to be a Prophet by the Torah. We

are not definite about his period. The Torah seems to put him in

the period before Nebuchadnezzar own invasion of Jerusalem. This

book mentions one of his dreams which admonishes the Israelites

on their evil deeds and predicts the destruction of Jerusalem by

Nebuchadnezzar. It has 3 chapters.

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36 THE BOOK OF ZEPHANIAH



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Zephaniah is also supposed to be a Prophet who was

ordained by God to prophet-hood in the period of Josiah, the son

of Amon, king of Judah. This script of 3 chapters warns the

people of Israel against the invasion of Jerusalem by

Nebuchadnezzar.

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37 THE BOOK OF HAGGAI



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This script of 2 chapters is attributed to the Prophet Haggai

who lived in the time of Darius, the king of Persia, in 500 BC

after the invasion of Nebuchadnezzar. He urged the Israelites to

rebuild Jerusalem and warned those who obstructed them.

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38 THE BOOK OF ZECHARIAH



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Zechariah was also a Prophet. It should be noted here that

this Zechariah is not the one who has been mentioned in the Holy

Quran. He is said to be a companion of the Prophet Haggai at

the time of the rebuilding of Jerusalem. This book consists

mostly of dreams which include prophecies regarding the future

of the Israelites and the coming of the Prophet Jesus It has

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39 THE BOOK OF MALACHI



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The Book of Malachi is ascribed to the Prophet Malachi. He

is the last Prophet of the Old Testament. The book has 4 chapters

and describes the thanklessness of the Israelites. The Prophet

Malachi lived about 420 years before the Prophet Jesus, the

Messiah


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These thirty eight books are believed to be genuine and

authentic by almost all the Christians. The Samaritans, however,

a sect of the Jews, believed in only seven of them, i.e. the five

books of Moses and the book of Joshua son of Nun and the

Book of Judges. Their name refers to the city of Samaria in

Palestine. They differ from the Jews in two points, the

acknowledged number of the Books and what constitutes a place

of worship.

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3 THE SECOND DIVISION OF THE OLD TESTAMENT



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There are nine books in this part. The authenticity of these

books has been a point of great controversy among Christians.

The Protestant faith, for instance, does not acknowledge the

divine origin of these books, and they have discarded them from

their Bible. They do not form part of the King James version of

the Bible. The collection of these nine books and five other books

together are called the Apocrypha.

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1 THE BOOK OF ESTHER



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Esther was a Jewish woman who was among the captives

from Jerusalem in Babylon. Ahasuerus, the king of Persia, was

unhappy with his first wife and he married Esther. Aman, a

minister of the king, had some differences with Mardochaeus, the

father of Queen Esther. He plotted to destroy the Jews. Esther

convinced the king to combat this plot and saved the Jews. This

book describes this event in 10 chapters.

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2 THE BOOK OF BARUCH



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Baruch was a disciple and scribe of the prophet Jeremiah

(Jer. 32: 13 - 36, 36: 4 - 32, 43: 3 - 16, 45: 1 - 3) The

Protestant Bible does not include this book.

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3 PART OF THE BOOK OF DANIEL



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4 THE BOOK OF TOBIAS

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Tobias was a Jew who had been taken to Assyria in the



period of exile. The book describes a dangerous journey made by

him and his son. It also includes the event of his marriage with a

strange woman Sarah. This book is has great literary merit.

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5 THE BOOK OF JUDITH



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This book is ascribed to a very brave Jewish woman named

Judith. She saved and delivered her people from the oppression

of the king of Assyria. It also includes the story of her love.

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6 WISDOM OF SOLOMON



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This book is ascribed to the Prophet Solomon. It contains

wise sayings of the Prophet and is similar in many ways to the

Book of Proverbs.

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7 ECCLESIASTICUS



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This is a collection of preachings and exhortations. It is

attributed to Masiah, a preacher in c. 200 BC. This book is also

of great literary merit.

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8 THE FIRST BOOK OF MACCABEES



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This book describes the rebellion of the tribe of the

Maccabees.

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9 THE SECOND BOOK OF MACCABEES



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This book describes the history of a short period of time and

contains some unbelievable or corrupt reports.

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4 THE BOOKS OF THE NEW TESTAMENT



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THE FIRST DIVISION OF THE NEW TESTAMENT

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There are twenty books in the first part of the New



Testament. These twenty books are believed to be genuine and

authentic by the Christians.

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1 THE GOSPEL OF MATTHEW



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This is not the Matthew who was one of the Twelve Disciples of

the Prophet Jesus. This book is considered to be the oldest of

the Gospels. The book begins with the genealogy of the Prophet

Jesus and describes his life and teachings up until his ascension

to the heavens.

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2 THE GOSPEL OF MARK



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Mark was a pupil of Peter, the Disciple of the Prophet Jesus.

This gospel begins with the prophecies made by previous

Prophets regarding the coming of the Prophet Jesus. It describes

the life of Jesus up until his ascension to heaven. It consists of

16 chapters.

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3 THE GOSPEL OF LUKE



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Luke was a physician and was a companion of Paul and

travelled with him on his journeys (Col. 4: 14 Acts 16) He died

in 70 AD. His gospel begins with the birth of the Prophet John

"the Baptist" (whose name in Koran is Yahya) and covers the life

of Jesus up until his ascension to heaven. It has 24 chapters.

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4 THE GOSPEL OF JOHN





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