A Two-Hour Koran

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A Two-Hour Koran

The Koran In about the time it takes to watch a professional sports event, you can comprehend the Koran. Since the Koran is famously known to be unreadable, how can this be? The Koran found in the bookstore is not the historical Koran of Mohammed. The original Koran was a story that unfolded as Mohammed’s life situations changed. The bookstore Koran is arranged by length of chapter, not time. The bookstore Koran has no time, no Mohammed and no story. Therefore, it makes no sense. Using statistical methods to select the verses, A Two-Hour Koran has woven Mohammed’s life back into the Koran itself. Now the verses have context and meaning. Everything is in the right order and the original story has been restored. Once you have read A Two-Hour Koran, you can pick up a bookstore Koran and understand what you are reading.

6″ x 9″ Paperback
88 Pages


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9 reviews for A Two-Hour Koran

  1. PatnCat
    5 out of 5


    Excellent Guide to Understand the Koran for Kafirs
    By PatnCat “Patricia” on February 16, 2014

    This is an objective book on how to read the Koran. I read the Koran last year. Then I found this helpful booklet as a guide to re-read the Koran (which is organized by chapter length). This book discusses the smattering of a few stories scrambled from the Torah, Prophets mentioned in the Old Testament, (remember this timeframe in within the 700s a.d.) it mentions people in the New Testament, and also teachings in the Persian Zoroasterism. This is a good reference should you wish to know about how Mohammed conquered other tribes, including Arabs who differed, subjugated other peoples, Jews and Christians, took their wealth, accession used based upon Ezekiel and Jesus Christ. Not necessary as some claim, to be read in Arabic to be understood from a pure learning perspective rather than worship – after all we laymen don’t use Hebrew to read the Old Testament, or Greek to read the New Testament. To understand how Islam treats women and Kafirs, this is an excellent booklet. Be sure to check out: […] from Bill Warner’s commentaries and other books available in this series.

  2. straydog
    5 out of 5


    Five Stars
    By R. Gary Driggers “straydog” on July 12, 2014

    Concise and informative. The truth about the real Islam and its hypocrisy.

  3. Maria McMullen
    5 out of 5


    Know your enemy.
    By Maria McMullen on August 14, 2014

    This book is very informative for those with little or no knowledge of Islam. It is very clear that Islam does not tolerate other religions. People in the United States need to wake up and do their own research about this cult on the rise In America. You won’t hear the truth from the media.

  4. John Sewell
    3 out of 5


    It was Ok
    By John on August 24, 2014

    I’ve been watcher Dr. Warner’s video’s for some time and have learned a lot. This was the first book I’ve read, kind of expected a little more. Much if the stuff I already knew from watching his YouTube videos.

  5. Kent Carroll
    5 out of 5


    This book is a “Must Read” for anyone who is …
    By Kent Carroll on August 25, 2014

    This book is a “Must Read” for anyone who is trying to understand the problems afflicting our World today. Due to it’s brevity and focus, the reader is able to form a beginner’s understanding of the Koran. Most importantly, it make it clear that without knowledge of the Sira and the Hadith, the Koran by itself does not present a complete picture: …..And this work references the appropriate related passages in the other two works.

    To put it metaphorically, this book is not, by any means, the whole journey: ……But it does provide the reader with an intelligible roadmap.

  6. James
    4 out of 5


    Infidel Kafir’s must read….
    By James on November 5, 2014

    Based on reviews and a brief scan, this looks like a good tool to help folks understand Orthodox Islam. Christians, Jews and other religious people need to understand why Muslims want to conquer, subjugate, or kill them This will expose some secret doctrines hidden behind the disguise of Arabic language. You don’t have to be an Islamic scholar to understand simple, literal translation and explanation of Mohammed Mutalib’s inconsistent, contradictory, “prophetic” rants. Please, also read other useful items produced by Bill Warner, for help with the Hadith, and Sharia law. You’ll learn things public media, most universities and of course our federal government don’t want you to know.

  7. Richard C Brown
    5 out of 5


    I liked it. Waiting for hard copy to arrive
    By Richard C Brown on December 16, 2014

    I liked it. Waiting for hard copy to arrive.

  8. Claudia Sarria Orejuela
    5 out of 5


    Very informative and easy to read book
    By Claudia Sarria Orejuela on December 23, 2014

    Very informative and easy to read book. I think everyone should read the Koran. We need to know more about the fastest growing religion in the world. It is interesting to know that Islam divides the world in believers and non- believers and how the treatment of these groups are so different. A must read!!!

  9. Retired Cop
    5 out of 5


    Academia has let us down on the nature of the Koran
    By Retired Cop on January 14, 2015

    I read this “Cliff Notes” version of the Koran, then I reread it and underlined significant passages. My thought, since 9/11, is that main stream conventional wisdom didn’t really tell us a true picture of Islam. What did we all learn in College about the Koran? Academia has told us the Koran is just like the Bible. Educated adults that I have encountered have said the same thing for the last forty years. There is an overlap, but to say the two books are just alike is poor scholarship. The story of Moses is mentioned 39 times in the Koran. I find it particularly instructive that the Koran’s telling of the role of Jesus. ” The Messiah, Jesus, the son of Mary is only Allah’s messenger”. Therefore the role of Jesus, according to the Koran, is to announce the coming of Mohammed in the 7th century. “Far be it from Allah to have a son.” These means that Christians, according to the Koran, have their scripture in error. In the Koran there is one set of rules for the Muslim believer and a different set of rules for the unbeliever. Therefore there is no “Golden Rule” in Islam. I have three books by the premier scholar of the middle east, Bernard Lewis. The writings of Bernard Lewis are a trusted source for people of the middle east. He provides good information, but in a way that is very sympathetic to the Muslim community. Overall it seems the facts of Islam that Academia has presented to us are “sugar coated.” The author. Bill Warner, identifies these Academics as apologists. I think Bill is right on the money.

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