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Islam tells us that Muhammad (570 to 632 AD ) recited the Koran to his disciples who wrote it down on palm-leaves, stones and other material they had on hand. In his recitation, he taught his followers that they were to believe the Pentateuch or Torah of Moses, the Psalms of David and the Gospel of Jesus. Now Yehia Sa’a has written an overview of the Holy Scripture using the original uncorrupted text as it was available in and before the 1st century—including the exact same scripture portions Muhammad endorsed in the 7th century. All that the Prophets have Spoken is a fresh look at the Word of God, from the perspective of a Muslim reader. All the Prophets begins at the beginning—with creation—as performed by a truly Great God. Then touching on the lives of Adam and Eve, Cain and Abel, Enoch, Noah, Job, Abraham, Ishmael, and on through the end, All the Prophets outlines where each Prophet fits in history. The book concludes by summarizing the prophecies of the Prophets themselves, focusing on three key events in history. If you are one to profess belief in “all that the Prophets have spoken,” then this book is for you.