he history of mankind could be considered as a history of prophets. God hascommunicated His Divine Revelation to people by means of His messengersthroughout history. These messengers told people about their Lord andcommunicated to them the words of their Creator.The struggle a number of prophets faced in spreading the message is depicted in detailin the Qur'an. The stories and experiences of various prophets, besides the ProphetMuhammad (saas), such as the Prophet 'Isa, Sulayman, Yusuf, Nuh, Ibrahim, and manyothers (peace be upon them all), are conveyed as examples.The prophet that is most frequently employed as an example in the Qur'an is theProphet Musa (Moses) (as). The Qur’an offers detailed accounts of his difficulties withPharaoh, beginning in his childhood, the evil conduct of his people and his struggle incommunicating the message to them. His unyielding courage under the most stringentcircumstances is presented with the intention of being an example to people.In this book we will examine the life of Musa (as) as it is depicted in the Qur'an. We willexplore the events he has lived through as it is described. Essentially, the events in theProphet Musa's life should not be regarded merely as events of the ancient past, butrather as events and examples to shed light to our own lives today.
he author, who writes under the pen-name Harun Yahya,was born in Ankara in 1956. He studied arts at Istanbul’sMimar Sinan University and philosophy at Istanbul University.Since the 1980s, the author has published many books onpolitical, faith-related and scientific issues. Harun Yahya iswell-known as an author who has written very importantworks disclosing the forgery of evolutionists. Some of the books of the authorhave been translated into English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese,Albanian, Arabic, Polish, Russian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Bengoli, Indonesian, Turki,Tatar, Urdu and Malay and published in the countries concerned. Harun Yahya’sbooks appeal to all people, Muslims and non-Muslims alike, regardless of theirage, race, and nationality, as they center around one goal: to open the readers’mind by presenting the signs of God’s eternal existence to them.