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  1. The argument from authority fallacy. The Quran may serve as one source for exploring mythical interpretations about Jesus in late antiquity. It is not a reliable source for historical Jesus studies.

    • No fallacy whatsoever.

      God is the Creator of all things. He is all wise, all knowledgeable and nothing escapes his grasp. Given that fact, his Revelation (the Qur’an) contains perfect knowledge and is a totally reliable guide to that which it speaks.

    • First of all, you are an agnostic, so this is not the start point to give your opinion about Qur’an, especially that it’s obvious that you have no idea what Qur’an is.
      Second, historians have no idea what the real cause of Jesus’ death was even when they appeal to “the reliable sources” according to you.

      Allah (sw) is the most reliable source ever. “… who is more truthful than Allah in statement” QT.

    • In the Quran we are presented with another Christ of faith, not the historical Jesus. Historians do not use the Quran as a reliable source for historical Jesus studies. They have rational scholarly reasons for this, their arguments are not faith driven and circular at best like yours.

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