Why is there no historical criticism of the Qur’an as there is of the Bible? Here we have a simple misunderstanding. The Bible is made up of many different books, compiled over many centuries. It is possible to cast doubt upon one part without impugning the rest. But the Qur’an is a single revelation received by just one man. Either you accept it for what it claims to be, in which case you are a Muslim, or you reject this claim and so place yourself outside the fold of Islam. I discuss this in more detail in the video.
The Bible VS The Qur’an and a Delightful Panini
‹ “I have been ordered to fight against the people until they testify that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah and that Muhammad is Allah’s Apostle…”