Powers attempts to restore Zayd, the "son of Muhammad," to his rightful position at the center of the narrative of the Prophet Muhammad and the beginnings of Islam. He argues that both Zayd's death on a battlefield and Muhammad's repudiation of his adopted son and heir were after the fact constructions driven by political and theological imperatives.
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