Arais Al-Majalis Fi Qisas Al-Anbiya Lives of the Prophets: by Ahmad Ibn Muhammad Thalabi

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Muhammad was sent to them as well as to mankind. They play various roles in folklore. See EI-. v. djimii. •' Arabic: Qarun, whose story, based on Qur'an 8:76; 29:39: 40:23-25, is found in the story of Moses, see pp. 353ff. below. " Namely, days 3 and 6 of Gen. 1 which mention the creation of the Earth. " 2(1 14 LIVES OF THE PROPHETS al-Ansan—'Abdallah b. Abl Rafic—Abu 1-Qasim Muhammad, who said that God created the Earth on Saturday, the mountains on Sunday, the trees on Monday, the darkness on Tuesday, the light on Wednesday, the animals on Thursday, and Adam on Friday.

Below. " Namely, days 3 and 6 of Gen. 1 which mention the creation of the Earth. " 2(1 14 LIVES OF THE PROPHETS al-Ansan—'Abdallah b. Abl Rafic—Abu 1-Qasim Muhammad, who said that God created the Earth on Saturday, the mountains on Sunday, the trees on Monday, the darkness on Tuesday, the light on Wednesday, the animals on Thursday, and Adam on Friday. Chapter iv About the Earth's Names and By-Names Wahb b. Munabbih related that the first level of the Earth was called Adfm (skin, hide), the second Baslt (simple), the third Thaqll (heavy), the fourth BatTh (flat), the fifth Mutathaqilah (sluggish), the sixth Masikah (clutcher), and the seventh Thara (moist).

As an example of his didactic approach, after the section about Adam and one on Adam and IblTs, he devotes a long section called "Lessons and precepts" which is found at the end of each prophetic portion, to the way for students to better understand the prophets. This one begins with "The status of humans; Punishment for pride; A call to spiritual aspiration; Adam was not the first to inhabit the Earth" and likewise for each following prophet. , questions or problems, which he answers, such as: Where is the Garden of Eden located?

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