Can anyone out there in BB Land: (1) Recommend a good, hard bound recently published English-language edition of the Qur'an (a/k/a the Koran)? (2) Recommend an excellent Evangelical Christian "commentary" of the Qur'an that not only goes into detail of what the Qur'an is telling its readers, but also how the passages within the text of the Qur'an either are similar to or are different from what God's Word tells its readers? From time to time I've had opportunities to witness to Islamic people, and, rather than just take another person's word for it with regard to what the Qur'an says (Not necessarily implying that "another person's word" is incorrect, mind you.), I'd like to read what some highly-recognized Evangelical Christian (It wouldn't hurt if they were good, solid Baptists, but that, per se, is not necessarily a litmus test for me on this subject.) scholars interpret the Qur'an's teaching(s) on its passages as compared to what God's Word has to say about the subject(s) at hand in the text of the Qur'an.