QUR’ANIC-BIBLICAL INTERTEXTUALITY: A BIBLIOGRAPHY
Note: this bibliography will be updated shortly. Please forward any suggestions.
Abdel Haleem, Muhammad
1999 “Adam and Eve in the Qur’an and the Bible” and “The Story of Joseph in the Qur’an and the Bible” in his Understanding the Qur’an: Themes and Style. London: I.B. Tauris. 123-137, 138-157.
1990 “Abraham’s sacrifice of his son and related issues”, Der Islam 67:243-277.
1988 “From Midrash to scripture: the sacrifice of Abraham in early Islamic tradition”, Le Muséon 101: 375-402.
2003 “The Qur’an and the Bible: Some Modern Studies of Their Relationship”, in Bible and Qur’an: Essays in Scriptural Intertextuality, ed. John C. Reeves. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature. 1-22.
2000 “Comparative Studies in Bible and Qur’an: A Fresh Look at
Genesis 22 in the Light of Sura 37”, in Judaism and Islam, Boundaries, Communication and Interaction: Essays in Honor of William M. Brinner, eds. Benjamin H. Hary, John I. Hayes & Fred Astren. Leiden: Brill. 169-184.
1998 “Merit, Mimesis and Martyrdom: Aspects of Shi’ite Meta-historical Exegesis of Abraham’s Sacrifice in Light of Jewish, Christian, and Sunni Muslim Tradition”, Journal of the American Academy of Religion 66: 93-116.
1996 “Conceptions of Holy War in Biblical and Qur’anic Tradition”, Journal of Religious Ethics 24: 99-123.
1993 “Prophethood, Marriageable Consanguinity, and Text: The Problem of Abraham and Sarah’s Kinship Relationship and the Response of Jewish and Islamic Exegesis”, Jewish Quarterly Review 83.3-4: 331-347.
1992 “On Scripture and its Exegesis: The Abraham-Ishmael Stories in the Torah and the Qur’an”, in Muslims and Christians, Muslims and Jews: A Common Past, A Hopeful Future, ed. Marilyn Waldman. Columbus: Islamic Association of Central Ohio. 7-17.
1991 “Difficulties in Keeping a Beautiful Wife: the Legend of Abraham and Sarah in Jewish and Islamic Tradition”, Journal of Jewish Studies 42: 196-214.
1990 Journeys in Holy Lands: The Evolution of the Abraham-Ishmael Legends in Islamic Exegesis. Albany: SUNY Press.
1998a “Teaching the Old Testament in the Context of Islam”, in Make the Old Testament Live. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans. 131-143.
1998b “Roles and Relationships: Reflections on the Khalifah and the Image of God”, Transformation 15: 18-23.
1997 “Qur’anic Challenges for Genesis”, Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 75: 3-19.
Halperin, David J.
1995 “The Hidden Made Manifest: Muslim Traditions and the ‘Latent Content’ of Biblical and Rabbinic Stories” in Pomegranates and Golden Bells: Studies in biblical, Jewish and Near Eastern ritual, law and literature in honor of Jacob Milgrom, ed. David P. Wright, David Noel Freedman & Avi Hurvitz. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns.
2002 The Bible and the Qur’an (reprint of 1964 English translation of Bible et Coran, Les Éditions du Cerf, 1959). San Francisco: Ignatius Press.
2003 Inquiring of Joseph: Getting to Know a Biblical Character through the Qur’an. Collegeville: Liturgical Press.
2002 “Abraham’s Sons: How the Bible and Qur’an See the Same Story Differently”, Bible Review 18.2 (April): 16-23, 45-46.
1999 Ishmael Instructs Isaac: An Introduction to the Qur’an for Bible Readers. Collegeville: Liturgical Press.
1995 The Gog/Magog Tradition in the Hebrew Bible and the Qur’an: Points of Similarity and Dissimilarity”, Union Seminary Quarterly Review 49.1-4: 35-48.
Reeves, John C. (ed.)
2003 Bible and Qur’an: Essays in Scriptural Intertextuality. Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature.