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The Origins of Islam - 4.3 A New Religion: Muhammad I & Muhammad II



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In this video, we are looking at the evolution of "Muhammad" from being a title for Jesus to being the name of the prophet of Islam. this will also explain how the anti-Trinitarian Christian religion of the Arabs could evolve into a new religion which we know today as Islam.

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References for this episode:

Dequin, Raymond. "Frühe Alī-Verehrung und die Schöpfung des abbasidischen Weltbilds." In: Die Entstehung einer Weltreligion II
Von der koranischen Bewegung zum Frühislam, Schiler, 2012.

Gaube, Heinz. Arabosasanidische Numismatik. Handbücher der mittelasiatischen Numismatik Bd. II. Klinkhardt & Biermann, 1973.

Goldziher, Ignaz. "Islamisme et Parsisme", In: Revue de l'Histoire des Religions. Tome 43. Ernest Leroux, 1901, pp. 1–29.

Groß, Markus. "Early Islam: An alternative scenario of its emergence". In: Routledge Handbook on Early Islam. Routledge, 2017, pp. 311–326.

Heger, Christoph. "'yâ muhammad'-kein 'o Mohammed', und wer ist ʿalī?." Schlaglichter (2008): 278-292.

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Kerr, Robert M. "«Farüqter Heiland» et le Haǧǧ original à Jérusalem - Quelques remarques sur le messianisme de l'islam naissant". In: Die Entstehung einer Weltreligion VI: Vom umayyadischen Christentum zum abbasidischen Islam. Inârah Vol. 10. Schiler, 2021,
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Luxenberg, Christoph. "A New Interpretation of the Arabic Inscription in Jerusalem’s Dome of the Rock'" In: The Hidden Origins of Islam: New Research Into its Early History. Prometheus Books, 2010, pp. 125–151.

Ohlig, Karl-Heinz. "Evidence of a New Religion in Christian Literature Under Islamic Rule". In: Early Islam: A Critical Reconstruction based on Contemporary Sources. Prometheus Books, 2013, pp. 176–250.

Ohlig, Karl-Heinz. "Von Bagdad nach Merw: Geschichte, rückwärts gelesen". In: Vom Koran zum Islam. Inârah Vol. 4. Schiler, 2009, pp. 29–106.

Popp, Volker. "`From Ugarit to Sāmarrā: An Archeological Journey on the Trail of Ernst Herzfeld". In: Early Islam: A Critical Reconstruction Based on Contemporary Sources. Prometheus Books, 2013, pp. 17–124.

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Tertullianus, Q.S.F. and F. Oehler. Quinti Septimii Florentis Tertulliani Opera Omnia. T. O. Weigel, 1854.

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