The Life of Muhammad written by Rev. Canon Edward Sell is an in-depth and profound look into the life and faith of the Islamic Prophet. In this captivating and detailed book, Sell takes a thorough look into both the life of the Prophet and its impact on the faith of Islam.
Sell was born in 1839 in Berkshire, England and went on to receive a 'Bachelor of Divinity' at the age of 42 and then a 'Doctor of Divinity' at 68. Over his lifetime Sell wrote an estimated 57 works and even received, at the age of 67, a gold Kaisar-i-Hind Medal, for his outstanding work in British-India. He lived in India until his death in 1932, working, even in his old age, within the ministry and in a scholastic sense.
From the youth and early life of the Prophet, to the Suppression of the Jews and the Persecution of Mecca, this book is a comprehensive view into the detailed and vivid life of Muhammad. It is truly a great read that should not be missed by anyone with an interest in the fascinating world of Islam. An inspiring and complete text that is a great resource for anyone.