WORDS That Moved the World: How to Study the Qur'an aims at both Muslim and non-Muslim readers, to give them a glimpse of the Divine Message. It throws light on the relation between the Message and the life of the Messenger, and contains suggestions on how to study the Qur'an. The themes of the Qur'an have been presented in a historical perspective, based on simple language. Those interested in a preliminary and basic knowledge of the Qur'an will find it highly useful and rewarding. Qazi Ashfaq Ahmad obtained his Islamic education at Sanwi Darsgah, Rampur (India). He received his Masters Degree in Engineering from Wisconsin University, USA and Ph.D. from the University of Sydney, and has been involved in teaching Engineering in India, Australia and Papua New Guinea for the last 3 5 years. Ever since his arrival in Australia in 1971, along with his academic pursuits, he has been engaged in setting up student and community organisations. He was founder President of the Australian Federation of Islamic Councils (AFIC) and member of the Board of Directors of the Australian School of Islamic Information (ASII). He is currently Director of the Islamic Foundation for Education and Welfare (IFEW), and chief editor of Insight, Sydney, Australia.