Shared Prophets

Paperback 264 pages.

Shared Prophets brings together, in one place, revelations about the Biblical heroes, and the odd villain, whom Allah invited to strut their stuff on His stage, the Koran. Read about what they said and did and be both amazed and mystified.

Shared Prophets assumes a rudimentary knowledge of the Old Testament’s best known characters i.e. Moses, Abraham, Noah, Joseph (son of Jacob), Solomon, Lot, Saul, David, Jethro, Adam, Cain and Abel.

As to the New Testament, it is sufficient to be aware that Christians believe 1) that Jesus is the Son of God 2) that he was born of the Virgin Mary 3) and that he died on the Cross.

The Koran gives credence only to the Virgin birth and vociferously denies the other two core Christian beliefs, with Jesus being the most vocal, after Allah, in denouncing those who would claim he is the son of a god.

Mary, the only woman mentioned by name in the Koran, is there to back her son’s claim that he is not divine, but just another Prophet of Allah, and a lesser one at that. There is no Joseph, Mary is a single mother, or so it would seem.

This introduction is my way of beginning the process of convincing those of you who don’t care to read about the Koran in the mistaken and dangerous delusion that it is like the Bible, that you are wrong! The Koran is not like the Bible – especially the New Testament portion, of which the Koran is the antithesis. Don’t take my word for it. Read Shared Prophets, and let Allah's varied spokespersons, including the only Arab prophet mentioned in the Koran, Salih, convince you.



Revelations and Generalizations

An Unfair Comparison

How the Bible Came To Be

How the Koran Came To Be

How Allah Communicates With Mortals

The Angel Gabriel – Messenger to the Messenger

The First Written Version


First Hypothesis

Second Hypothesis


Paradise Lost I

Paradise Lost II

Paradise Lost III

Paradise Lost IV

Paradise Lost V

Adam's Dust Origins

Adam's Clay Origins

Allah’s Covenant with Adam’s Progeny

Eve, First in a Verse

Cain and Abel

Law of Retaliation


A Familiar Storyline

The Noah Surah

Flood Waters,

Noah's Age, and What Became of His Wife and Son

The Answerer

Jonas Misses the Boat

Noah, the Short Version

Noah, the Longest Variation 

Criminals on the Ark 


Hud I

Hud II

The Great Calamity 

Hud Uninterrupted 


A Friend of Allah’s

Challenger of Idols


Abraham at Mecca

Abraham and His Father

Allah's Safety Argument

Abraham Uninterrupted


Lot Uninterrupted

The Foul Act

Joseph, Son of Jacob

Jacob and the Breaking of Blood Ties

Son of Jacob

The Vision

Sold Into Slavery

Joseph and the Governor's Wife

Joseph in Jail

Joseph and the King's Dream

Joseph Appointed Treasurer

A Camel's Load

The King's Drinking Cup

The Other Brother

All's Well That Ends Well

The Last Word


Day of the Parasol


A Favourite of Allah

The Golden Calf and Want of a Death Wish

Moses and Pharaoh’s Magicians The Tenth Plague

Allah’s Gift To The Jews

The Death of Pharaoh

Egypt Changes Ownership

Moses in Egypt – The Abridged Version

The Ten Commandments

The Never-Ending Punishment of the Jews

Moses at the Gates of the Promised Land

The Promised Land: The Promise and The ...

Moses Uninterrupted I

Moses Uninterrupted II

More Moses

Moses and Khidr

Moses vs. Muhammad - Rivalry

Moses vs. Karoon a.k.a. Korah

Moses vs. the Bad Samaritan

The Hidden Believer at Pharaoh’s Court



The Psalms

David and Solomon Together

Solomon and the Queen of Sheba

Solomon and the Light-Footed Horses

Job, Elijah, Ezekiel and Enoch

Muhammad’s Introduction to Christianity

Christianity, the New Religion

Muhammad Arbitrator of Scriptures

Advice for the Arbitrator


The Prophet Jesus

If Allah had wanted a Son

A Mere Servant

The Last Supper

The Crucifixion Myth

The Spoils of War


The Holy Spirit

The True Story

John the Baptist


Jesus Conceived

Birth of Jesus

The Way - Jesus or Muhammad?

Jesus Has No Power of Intercession

Jesus Pleads for Mercy

Can We Be Friends?


* Cover is a representation of the following revelation:

10:90 And We brought the Children of Israel across the sea. Pharaoh and his troops followed them insolently and aggressively; but when he was about to drown, he said: “I believe that there is no god but He in Whom the Children of Israel believe, and I am one of those who submit [to Allah].”