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By the Author Bijbellezingen voor het Huisgezin (Biblical Lectures of the Household). Harahap, E. St. Kamus Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian Dictionary) The Holy Bible: Containing the Old and New Testaments. N.p.: American Biblical Society, n.d. Al-Kitab (Indonesian Bible). N.p., 1970 Perjanjian Baru (The New Testament) Perjanjian Lama (The Old Testament) Qur’ān (Indonesian Translation) Zabur (Psalms)

B. By the Translator: Ali, Abdullah Yusuf. The Meaning of the Glorious Qur’ān. U.S.A.: McGregor & Wener, Inc., n.d. Bana, Mohammed. “More than Half of England’s Anglican Bishops Absolve Themselves from Blasphemy and Regard JESUS as Only a Messenger.” A pamphlet distributed by Islamic Propagation Centre International. Durban, South Africa, 1984. Bucaille, Dr. Maurice. What is the Origin of Man? Trans. From the French by Alastair D. Pannell and the Author. Paris: Seghers, n.d. The Holy Bible, King James Version. Cleveland, New York: The World Publishing Company, 1967. The New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures. New Ed. New York: Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of New York, Inc., 1981. Jay, E.G. Ph.D. Son of Man Son of God. London: S.P.C.K., 1965. Khan, Dr. Muhammad Muhsin. The Translation of the Meanings of S.ah.īh. al-Bukhārī. Lahore: Kazi Publications, 1983. Kusnadi, M.D. Muhammadiyah in Brief. Jogjakarta (Yogyakarta): The Head-Office of Jami’at [sic] Muhammadiyah, 1972. Pickthall, Muhammad Marmaduke. The Meaning of the Glorious Qur’ān: Text and Explanatory Translation. Mecca alMukarramah: The Muslim World League, 1977.


Spencer, John Wallace. No Earthly Explanation. New York: Batam Books, Inc., 1975.


About the Translator Muhammad Amin Abdul Samad was born in 1938 at Sengkang, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in Islamic Studies with a dissertation on Qur’anic studies at the University of Melbourne, Australia, and his M.A. degree in the field of Islamic thought at McGill University, Montreal, Canada, where he served as an assistant lecturer of Arabic for one year. He obtained his Diploma at the Institute of Islamic Studies, and B.A. in Cairo University in Cairo, Egypt. He taught Arabic and Islamics at Lac la Biche Muslim Association, Lac la Biche, Alberta, Canada, and served as a secretary and an assistant-imam at al-Rasheed Mosque, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He also assisted the lecturer and the students learning his mother tongue Buginese (Bugis) language at the Department of Linguistics at the University of Melbourne. From 1996 till 1998 he was Assistant Professor in the Sciences of the Qur’ān and H.adīth at the International Islamic University, Petaling Jaya (before it moved to Gombak campus, Kuala Lumpur), Selangor, Malaysia. In 2004 he went overseas and visited Europe (France, Spain, Italy, Monaco and Switzerland), Morocco, Malta, Egypt, Turkey and Canada. He plans to write about these travels. Presently, he settles in Canberra, Australia.



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