JIQSA Vol.3 (2018)

IQSA is proud to announce the official release of the Journal of the International Qur’anic Studies Association V.3 2018 (Lockwood Press) edited by Nicolai Sinai (Oxford University).


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ISSN 2474-8390 (Print)
2474-8420 (Online)

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Table of Contents (Vol. 3, 2018)

  1. Hawting, Gerald R. “The House and the Book: Sanctuary and Scripture in Islam (2017 IQSA Presidential Address).” JIQSA 3 (2018): 3-24.
  2.  Anthony, Sean W. “Why Does the Qurʾān Need the Meccan Sanctuary? Response to Professor Gerald Hawting’s 2017 Presidential Address.” JIQSA 3 (2018): 25-45.
  3. Bertaina, David. “Bodily Resurrection in the Qurʾān and Syriac Anti-Tritheist Debate.” JIQSA 3 (2018): 43-78.
  4. Hadromi-Allouche, Zohar. “My God? Your Lord!” A Qurʾānic Response to a Biblical Question.” JIQSA 3 (2018): 79-110.
  5. Bursi, Adam. “Connecting the Dots: Diacritics, Scribal Culture, and the Qurʾān in the First/Seventh Century.” JIQSA 3 (2018): 111-157.
  6. Back Matter. JIQSA 3 (2018): 159-160.

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