The Qur’an on the Torah

Categories: Bible, Quran

14 replies

  1. Why would they use the Quran to judge the Bible unless they are Muslims?


  2. This is interesting….

    Narrated Ibn Abbas: Allah’s Apostle said, “Gabriel read the Qur’an to me in one way (i.e. dialect) and I continued asking him to read it in different ways till he read it in seven different ways.”

    Bukhari Volume 4. Book 54. Number 442

    Apparently, there is no “one” quran – there are at least seven versions.


    • I think you’re just embarrassing yourself. It’s really sober to have at least the basic knowledge before you open your mouth with ignorance.

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    • abdul

      If I cannot glean basic knowledge from your scriptures, then they cannot be of god. Basic knowledge is pretty much a significant aspect of divine revelation.


    • LOL, Coco! Abdullah is right. And your response to him just goes to show that you are only good for comedy. The hadith you mentioned clearly states that these seven “different ways” are not different “versions”, but merely different dialects. Arabic has different dialects just like any language. So, they are the same “version”, just in different dialects. The hadith does provide “basic knowledge” which you are just too stupid to see.

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    • qb

      Poor menstruation boy, just loves to take a beating!! LOL!!

      Oddly, yet not surprisingly, your explanation of the text is not actually supported by the wording of the text. Where does it say “dialects” – oh, yeah it’s “different in the arabic”!!!

      LOL!! No one buys that crap anymore.

      Different ways means different ways, i.e. versions. BY definition if yo repeat the same story in different ways, you have dfiferent versions. Imbecile.


    • the women said nothing to anyone for they were shit scared

      the women were full of joy and did report to everyone

      did it say READ it in different ways or did it say CHANGE the story?


    • Joel

      Unbelieveble! The most basic Islamic teachings cannot be grasped by this buffoon.

      This Qur’aan has been revealed in seven different ways, so recite it in the way that is easiest for you.’”

      (Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 2287; Muslim, 818)

      The Prophet himself approved of the 7 ahrufs.

      Now we got a challenge for you. Show us where Jesus approved the NT. We’ll be waiting.

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    • I can already smell the troll response.

      “Where did Muhammad approve the Quran??? Lolololololololol. So so so so duuuuummbb.”

      The Prophet recited it and it was memorized by his companions and written down.
      We know exactly who these people are and they obviously know about the 7 ahrif.
      The Prophet approved 7 different ahrifs. Where did Jesus approves 4 different gospels (where many stories are told differently).

      In Mark: Good master…. Jesus responds: Why do you call me good, there is none good but God alone (this already proves he is not god)
      In Mathew: Good Master… Jesus responds: Why do you ask me about what is good
      You can’t even ask the Messiah (who according to Christians is God Himself) what is good.

      So Matthew was embarrassed by the story in Mark (cus that denies his deity) and changed it but only made it look ridiculous.

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    • Bwahahaha, little Coco gets beat down and embarrassed once again!


  3. its a matter of fact that SURLY their scriptures changed and STILL and this is proven by Academic Studies by Christians Schoolars themselfs.
    Bart D. Ehrman one of them he is : New Testament scholar at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ,in his book titled ” Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why” page 10 we read [1] :
    ” the reality is we dont have the originals, we dont have the first copies of the originals .we dont even have copies of the copies of the originals ”
    and this creteria apply to the Jewish OT as well.
    plus just to make things clear here what we have today :
    – the Syrian Version Bible : 61 books
    – the Protestant Bible : 66 books
    – the Roman Catholic Bible : 73 books
    – the Coptic Bible : 75 books
    – the Chrismatic Bible : 76 books
    – Greek Orthodox Bible : 78 books
    – the Ethiopic Bible : 81 books
    – Orthodox Bible : 86 books
    another fact addressed by Christians Academics is that “Eighty-two percent of the words ascribed to Jesus in the gospels were not actually spoken by him.” [2]
    “The Five Gospels,” is a 550 page book containing translations of the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. It was the result of a six year study by 24 Christian scholars from a number of Western universities. They decided to produce a translation of the Gospels which would be uncolored by the translator’s personal faith. It was decided that this translation was to give the reader an honest picture of what Jesus truly said. They scanned the text for the words of Jesus, and collect an index of over 1,500 such sayings. They then tested the validity of each of these sayings, one at a time, to see whether Jesus truly said each one. They then produced a fresh translation, color-coded to show authentic Jesuit sayings and those of an unreliable nature. Their conclusion (page 5) was:
    “Eighty-two percent of the words ascribed to Jesus in the gospels were not actually spoken by him.”
    to conclude :
    – Jews reject Jesus and Muhammad
    – Christians reject Muhammad
    – Muslims accept and revere Moses and Jesus and Muhammad
    [ We sent those Messengers with clear signs and scriptures; and now We have sent down the reminder * to you (O Muhammad), so that you may explain clearly to mankind as to what was sent to them so that they may think about it ]
    [ The Quran 16 : 44 ]
    and :
    [ Indeed, We have revealed to you, [O Muhammad], as We revealed to Noah and the prophets after him. And we revealed to Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, the Descendants, Jesus, Job, Jonah, Aaron, and Solomon, and to David We gave the book [of Psalms] ] [ The Quran 4:163 ]
    from the Quran this is what Muslims believe on prophets and messengers of God :
    [ (Muhammad), say, “We believe in God and in that which has been revealed to us and in that which was revealed to Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, and their descendants. We believe in that which was given to Moses, Jesus, and the Prophets by their Lord. We make no distinction between them and we have submitted ourselves to the will of God” ] [ The Quran 3:84 ]
    [ (Muslims), say, “We believe in God and what He has revealed to us and to Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, and their descendants, and what was revealed to Moses, Jesus, and the Prophets from their Lord. We make no distinction among them and to God we have submitted ourselves.” ]
    [ The Quran 2:136 ]
    [1] Bart D. Ehrman, Misquoting Jesus: The Story Behind Who Changed the Bible and Why,Publisher: HarperOne; Reprint edition (February 5, 2007)
    [2] (Scholars Version) Robert W. Funk et al., The Five Gospels: The Search for the Authentic Words of Jesus. New Translation and Commentary by Robert W. Funk, Roy W. Hoover, and the Jesus Seminar. New York: Macmillan, 1993.
    – reminder * : a term refer to the Quran we find others names as The Criterion [ name of Surah 25 of the Quran ]
    peace to all.

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