William St. Clair Tisdall
Tisdall, W. St. Clair(1859-1928), The Original Sources of the Qur'an, Society for Promoting
Christian Knowledge (S.P.C.K.), London, England, 1911, pp. 287.
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Tisdall, William St. Clair, A Manual of the Leading Muhammadan Objections to
Christianity, Society for Promoting
Christian Knowledge, London, England, 1904, pp. 239.
This book defends the claims of the divine Old and New Testament prophets
against Muslim objections.
Tisdall, William St. Clair, The Religion of the Crescent, Society for
Promoting Christian Knowledge, London, England, 1895, 251 pages.
This book presents a survey of the strengths, weaknesses, origins, and
influences of Muhammad's religion.
Tisdall, William St. Clair, The Sources of Islam The Sources of
Islam: A Persian Treatise, translated and abridged by Sir William Muir, T.
& T. Clark, Edinburgh, Scotland. 1901, xiii, 102 pages, 19 cm.
This book is an abridged translation of Sir W. St Clair-Tisdall's original book
that appeared in the Farsi language entitled, Yanabi' al-islam. It was
originally published in Lahore, Pakistan in 1899 and consisted of 245 pages.
Tisdall, William St. Clair, The Sources of Islam —
Arabic — الدكتور كلير تِسدَل ,
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