December 17, 2012

The Koran's Challenge to Be Like Mary

Hesham Hassaballa, Patheos

More than two centuries ago, there was a devout woman in Palestine who made an appeal to her Lord:

O my Lord! Behold, to You do I vow [the child] that is in my womb, to be devoted to Thy service. Accept it, then, from me: verily, You alone art all-hearing, all-knowing!

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