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  • Qur'anic studies today
     Reply #10980 - September 28, 2023, 07:30 PM

    I'm doubtful about the Islamic Origins youtube channel but it does have these interviews with Robert Kerr.

    I'm doubtful as well. The issue with this kind of person, is that he thinks that he is a scholar whereas he has not any academical training,  what you can easily  see.
  • Qur'anic studies today
     Reply #10981 - Yesterday at 09:09 PM

    The Religion and Rituals of the Nomads of Pre-Islamic Arabia: A Reconstruction Based on the Safaitic Inscriptions (Brill, 2022) by Ahmad al-Jallad presents evidence for religious identity and ritual practices among the Safaitic-writing nomads of pre-Islamic Arabia. For this evidence, al-Jallad relies on a large corpus of rock-carved inscriptions in the Safaitic language. Unlike Islamic-period literary sources, this material was produced by practitioners of traditional Arabian religion; the inscriptions are eyewitnesses to the religious life of Arabian nomads prior to the spread of Judaism and Christianity across Arabia. Al-Jallad reconstructs this world using the original words of its inhabitants, interpreted through comparative philology, pre-Islamic and Islamic-period literary sources, and the archaeological context. In this episode we discuss the lifestyles, worldviews, belief systems, languages, and gender and social norms of the nomadic peoples of pre-Islamic Arabia based on the epigraphic evidence.

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