My Favorite Qur’an Books

As promised, here is the first in a series of book recommendations about various Islamic and ecumenical topics.

Today, I will share with you my favorite English Qur’an books.


Khan Qur'an

First, we start with the basic English-only translation that I use in almost all my Islam 101 classes — the translation by the Indian-born scholar and
activist, Maulana W. Khan.
Haleem Qur'an


Then, we have my favorite easy-to-read translation –though it is more expensive than Khan’s– the M.A.S. Abdel Haleem edition from Oxford Classics.
Finally, for in-depth commentary and footnotes, I would recommend Sayyed Hossein Nasr’s Study Quran.
My Favorite Qur’an Books

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