Unlike the present Bible the Qur’an claims to be a Revelation from the Almighty

One would expect, as an antecedent probability, that if God wished to send down to mankind a Revelation, that He would announce this amazing fact clearly. The Qur’an does this in many places. The first instance is at the beginning of the second Surah, reproduced below from the Yusuf Ali translation.


Categories: Bible, Qur'an

6 replies

  1. It is a subjective human claim by one man, who came 600 years too late. It is a false claim, since there is no historical evidence of anyone else to confirm Muhammad’s revelations. (whereas the different writers of the NT affirm each other – Galatians chapters 1-2; book of Acts, 1 Corinthians 15; 2 Peter 3:15-18 – the eleven disciples affirmed the apostle Paul as a true apostle; Luke-Acts).

    Muhammad got all his right content from previous revelations and mixed it up with his own ignorance and misunderstandings and human subjective “wisdom” and political and military ideas (harsh and brutal).

    The previous Scriptures (OT and NT) are unified by their intertextuality (quotes and allusions to each other) and God-breathed quality.
    2 Timothy 3:16-17; 2 Peter 1:19-21; John 17:17; Psalm 19; Psalm 119.


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