Islam and Science:Road to Renewal

Islam and Science:Road to Renewal

There are 314 comments on the Free Republic story from Jan 29, 2013, titled Islam and Science:Road to Renewal. In it, Free Republic reports that:

THE sleep has been long and deep. In 2005 Harvard University produced more scientific papers than 17 Arabic-speaking countries combined.

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Cohen

Mississauga, Canada

#262 May 22, 2013
Khan wrote:
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I am sorry to see you are in such a deep sense of denial.
Are you a neurotic hatemonger Hindu, Christian or Yiddish?
Here is an American who embraced Islam. If you have any guts, please read what he has to say:
MUHAMMAD ALEXANDER RUSSEL WEBB
(1846 - 1916)
Books and E-Books
On Muslim History and Civilization
There were some fools even among the whites. Just one white man converted to Islam does not make Islam authenticate
Cohen

Mississauga, Canada

#263 May 22, 2013
Timesten wrote:
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Oh yes he does...
https://www.google.com/search...
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And Jesus is not God.
Jesus said: "The Father is Greater than I."
Timesten- you are still alive? Your failed mission is to prove 'Jesus is not god'-like that of every Muzzy.You post millions of posts here but the fact remains' Jesus is Lord and saviour- equal with Father god'. Jesus told 'father is greater than me' when he was on a mission on this earth as a human being ,submissive to the father.He prayed to the father, suffered like a human being, crucified and died like a human being.But once he rose from the dead and went back to heaven, he became equal with the father (both being of the same substance,along with the Holy spirit).
Cohen

Mississauga, Canada

#264 May 22, 2013
Timesten wrote:
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Oh yes he does...
https://www.google.com/search...
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And Jesus is not God.
Jesus said: "The Father is Greater than I."
When you can quote a single verse from the bible to prove you faulty story, here is the 'other part'of the bible verses,which Jesus told:
"After Jesus said this, he looked toward heaven and prayed:‘Father, the time has come. Glorify YOUR SON, that YOUR SON may glorify you. For you granted him authority over all people THAT HE MIGHT GIVE ETERNAL LIFE TO ALL THOSE YOU HAVE GIVEN HIM. Now this is eternal life: that they may know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent. I have brought you glory on earth by completing the work you gave me to do. And now, Father, glorify me in your presence with the glory I HAD WITH YOU BEFORE THE WORLD BEGAN … For I gave them the words you gave me and they accepted them. They knew with certainty that I came from you, and they believed that you sent me … All I have is yours, and all you have is mine. And glory has come TO ME through them. I will remain in the world no longer, but they are still in the world, and I am coming to you. Holy Father, protect them by the power of your name - the name you gave me - so that they may be one as we are one … My prayer is not for them alone. I pray also for those who will believe in me through their message, that all of them may be one, Father, just as you are in me and I am in you. May they also be IN US so that the world may believe that you have sent me. I have given them the glory that you gave me, that they may be one as we are one: I IN THEM and you in me. May they be brought to complete unity to let the world know that you sent me and have loved them even as you have loved me. Father, I want those you have given me to be with me where I am, and to see my glory, the glory you have given me BECAUSE YOU LOVED ME BEFORE THE CREATION OF THE WORLD. Righteous Father, though the world does not know you, I know you, and they know that you have sent me. I have made you known to them, and will continue to make you known in order that the love you have for me may be in them AND THAT I MYSELF MAY BE IN THEM.’" John 17:1-5, 8, 10-11, 20-26
abc

Faisalabad, Pakistan

#265 May 22, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
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LOL.
Self-effort always pays - this is a known fact.
Cause and effect - the law of karma - is what counts.
This law of causation has nothing to do with some God who sits in the sky or outside the universe.

When the atheist who abuses Allah succeeds in his career, business and personal life then surely Allah is not responsible for his success.
<quoted text>
Muslims have plagiarized knowledge from India, China, Egypt, Greece and other nations. This can easily be proven. At the most, Muslims made small innovations to the borrowed knowledge.
The present level of knowledge far far outstrips what little was known to the ancients and in fact most of the old knowledge has been proven to be flawed, crude, incomplete and misleading.
Islamic nations are at the bottom of the heap.
Ha ha! Knowledge is not the heritage of some nation. So what's bad if we took it from others. N I sincerely respect great minds belonging to any nation what so ever. IQ is not specific to any particular race but its a fact that asians have greater numb of geniuses: p.
If aethist abuses god he is still his god n if hindu or u or anyone abuses Allah He is still ur creator and as He is not human He doesn't keep grudges so He gives u ur due share ciz he is just
abc

Faisalabad, Pakistan

#266 May 22, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
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Can you give a detailed account of creation from nothing as narrated by the Quran?
Explain the complete mechanism of creation from nothing backed by sound logic and valid evidence.
(smiles)
Its the big bang theory.!
Go n read it. I'm not a physicist!
SMILES!
well

Hamilton, Canada

#267 May 22, 2013
I gave up Islam. Islam is a joke just other religions.
tony

United States

#269 May 22, 2013
qui

JOEL THUMBS UP

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#271 May 31, 2013
abc wrote:
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Its the big bang theory.!
Big Bang did not originate from nothing. It is said to have originated from the QM vacuum state which is not nothing. Big Bang is a discredited theory in many ways.....these days much work in being carried out on the Big Bounce. LOL.

So, fool explain creation from nothing.

You're as stupid as Allah-Muhammad.

(smiles)
Cole

Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

#272 Jun 3, 2013
For the knowledge of a vast number of uninformed people in the West, Islam remains the only uncorrupted religion that professes pure monotheism. You can compare extant Quranic manuscripts found in oldest museums/libraries with most recently published Quran. Everything is there, verse for verse, word for word, in authentic forms without a change of letter. This had been proven through a careful research by comparing a very old Quran, held in a German museum, with numerous other Quranic texts found in various parts of the world. You can bring a legion of experts to compare the oldest texts and the modern Quranic texts, and you find nothing has been changed. Unlike the Bible which has so many versions and revised versions. Even Biblical scholars would readily find this troublesome among thousands of Bible copies today. In the case of the Quran, Allah has guaranteed the purity of the Quran until the End of Time from human corruptions such as what had happened to the Bible. God Allah has challenged anybody, even the whole community of Jinns and Humans in the universe to band together to write anything of its class, but surely they would be at a loss. Surely they will fail to imitate the beauty and intrinsic value of the Quran. Even during the time of Prophet Muhammad, the disbelievers tried to do this but all in vain. In fact, the disbeliever concocted a Surah entitled The Frog (if I am not mistaken), in a contrived imitation of the Quran, and thereafter a legion of classical language experts were brought up to judge his work. In no way the false Surah even remotely resembled the sublime quality of the Quran that came directly from God. So the disbeliever in ended up in total intellectual ignominy.
So, if anybody who thinks he can rival the Quran, by all means do so, muster all your intellectual genius to come up with a book like the Quran. You are up against the Supreme Creator. The Quran contains the eternal truth and only God, the All Wise, All Powerful has the full knowledge of the eternal truth.
Has anybody come across a self-professed intellectual genius who challenges anybody to find fault with his PhD thesis or a work of monumental significance? Never and Nobody! But, here, the supreme creator, Allah dares anybody to find fault with the Quran and the door is open to you.
Those who reject the Truth will be the ultimate losers in the hereafter. For they have eyes but they can’t see; for they have ears but they don’t listen. And, in the Quran God says they are worse than animals.

“Facts, not fiction”

Since: Apr 07

Earth

#273 Jun 3, 2013
Cole wrote:
(snip)
But, here, the supreme creator, Allah dares anybody to find fault with the Quran and the door is open to you.
Plenty of "fault" has been found, but muslims will have none of it. After all, that would directly invalidate their religion. All of it. Even the smallest letter.
Cole wrote:
Those who reject the Truth will be the ultimate losers in the hereafter. For they have eyes but they can’t see; for they have ears but they don’t listen. And, in the Quran God says they are worse than animals.
And this essentially tells you the whole problem: as soon as a muslim accepts there is a fault, the koran tells him he is wrong, and that he rejects "the truth".

It's also funny to see the koran refer to animals, supposedly a creation of Allah, as something to loathe...
I'd call that a fault!
Cole

Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

#274 Jun 3, 2013
Marco the atheist wrote:
<quoted text>
Plenty of "fault" has been found, but muslims will have none of it. After all, that would directly invalidate their religion. All of it. Even the smallest letter.
<quoted text>
And this essentially tells you the whole problem: as soon as a muslim accepts there is a fault, the koran tells him he is wrong, and that he rejects "the truth".
It's also funny to see the koran refer to animals, supposedly a creation of Allah, as something to loathe...
I'd call that a fault!
I find it rather amusing that you, Mr Marco, has chosen a christened name "the Atheist". To me, an atheist by definition is one who rejects the existence of One and Only Omnipotent, Most Powerful God who is in charge of all affairs in this universe and the Hereafter. He will be the judge of all beings including humans in his vast universe of creations.

Being without any belief, do you think that you just popped out into existence from thin air? Even a popping sound in a laboratory experiment may be traced to a gas, hydrogen, which is combustible.The gas is colorless and odorless, light and has a certain density but you can't see it. One would be foolhardy to say, he does not believe in the existence of hydrogen because he can't see the gas.

The problem with atheists, dear Mr Marco, is that they have limited vision. They only believe in physical objects that can be seen with the naked eyes. But you can't see all parts of the universe with just your naked eyes. It used to be that astronomers and astrophysicists believe that are certain regions in the galaxies that have unimaginable forces of attractions, but they can't see it -- the Black Holes-- that suck in everything, even light cannot escape. Then they discovered something big. Scientists have watched in horror that even stars, planets, and other interstellar materials are vacuumed into this "nothingness", an imaginary void that has immense gravitational forces.

Now if ask you Mr Marco, not to go near these supermassive black holes to play your atheism, would you rather believe me or not? Or your disappear near the "event horizon", as scientists call it.

The same thing applies when you get a soft knockings on your heart. Hello, are you there? There is this Supreme God Almighty calling on you. So you better open up your stone heart before it is too late. If you die today, your next passage is in the temporary graveyard, but ultimately you will return to your Creator, to be accountable for who you are, your deeds in this world.

Believing in God, after all, is good for humanity. It gives you a sense of direction, purpose and motivation in life. Most of all,a belief in God (we call Allah) will raise us onto a higher plane of existence, moral and spiritual being.

Since: Oct 06

Location hidden

#275 Jun 3, 2013
Cole wrote:
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full blown bs
The problem with Muslims is they have no evidence, no facts for the belief they've been told they must adhere to.

All Muslims must admit their faith is based on nothing but their imagination.

No distance short of fairy tales and the Olympian Gods.

The Islamic 'faith' is based on nothing more than those whose religion is based on the 'Pagan' gods.
Jesus is

Rowville, Australia

#277 Jun 3, 2013
QURAN SURA 41.11:
“Moreover He comprehended in His design the sky, and it had been (as) smoke: He said to it and to the earth:“Come ye together, willingly or unwillingly.” They said:“We do come (together), in willing obedience.”

“Facts, not fiction”

Since: Apr 07

Earth

#278 Jun 3, 2013
Cole wrote:
<quoted text>
I find it rather amusing that you, Mr Marco, has chosen a christened name "the Atheist". To me, an atheist by definition is one who rejects the existence of One and Only Omnipotent, Most Powerful God who is in charge of all affairs in this universe and the Hereafter. He will be the judge of all beings including humans in his vast universe of creations.
Cole, you are almost as much an atheist as I am. You reject hundreds, nay, thousands of gods. The gods of the Ancient Greks, for example. Or those of the Mayans, the Vikings, the Indians, the Aboriginees, etc. etc. etc.
Cole wrote:
<quoted text>
Being without any belief, do you think that you just popped out into existence from thin air? Even a popping sound in a laboratory experiment may be traced to a gas, hydrogen, which is combustible.The gas is colorless and odorless, light and has a certain density but you can't see it. One would be foolhardy to say, he does not believe in the existence of hydrogen because he can't see the gas.
It's not about not being able to see, it's about being self-consistent and predictable. We can "see" hydrogen gas using our instrumentation. We can predict its behavior and its properties. Now, of course everyone knows that in the old days that popping sound would have been assigned to "god". Lots of things was the magic of god. Most of those things are now easily predictable things that we can do ourselves. God is being pushed more and more in a corner. To quote Laplace: je n'ai pas eu besoin de cette hypothèse (although the quote is disputed). "I did not need that hypothesis"
Cole wrote:
<quoted text>
The problem with atheists, dear Mr Marco, is that they have limited vision. They only believe in physical objects that can be seen with the naked eyes.
You are wrong, which immediately disqualifies the remainder of your comment.
Cole wrote:
<quoted text>
If you die today, your next passage is in the temporary graveyard, but ultimately you will return to your Creator, to be accountable for who you are, your deeds in this world.
Apart from the unproven fact of there being a creator, and who is at all interested in what we do, we also get to the question why those deeds *must* include a belief in said god. It is well possible that such a god is more pissed with you if you happened to have believed in the *wrong* god. Or angry that you followed the writings in a book, rather than the intrinsic knowledge inside yourself. You see how Pascal's wager just backfires?
Cole wrote:
<quoted text>
Believing in God, after all, is good for humanity. It gives you a sense of direction, purpose and motivation in life. Most of all,a belief in God (we call Allah) will raise us onto a higher plane of existence, moral and spiritual being.
I have no need for the believe in a god to have a direction, purpose or motivation. Maybe others are that weak, but I am not, and nor are many like me. What strikes me time and time again that the belief in a god makes so many people submit to authority, without ever questioning that authority. Fear of going against "god" is a useful way of controlling the masses!
Gand faad soda

Sugar Land, TX

#279 Jun 5, 2013
lol that's effed up
Cole

Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

#280 Jun 10, 2013
Marco the atheist wrote:
<quoted text>
Cole, you are almost as much an atheist as I am. You reject hundreds, nay, thousands of gods. The gods of the Ancient Greks, for example. Or those of the Mayans, the Vikings, the Indians, the Aboriginees.

Nope, you've figured it out wrong Marco. The thing is, which God? And,of the thousands of gods worshipped in various cultures and history, which God is the right one? We don't simply worship any god out of our own imagination,but the right God who commanded us to do so. And, we don't just follow without reason. "Say (O Muhammad), God is One,To Him do we seek help and guidance; He does not beget nor is He begotten,And there is none like (or comparable to)Him.Here God explains His essence, which repudiates all semblance of false gods worshipped by humans through past history.

<quoted text>
It's not about not being able to see, it's about being self-consistent and predictable. We can "see" hydrogen gas using our instrumentation. We can predict its behavior and its properties. Now, of course everyone knows that in the old days that popping sound would have been assigned to "god". Lots of things was the magic of god. Most of those things are now easily predictable things that we can do ourselves. God is being pushed more and more in a corner. To quote Laplace: je n'ai pas eu besoin de cette hypothèse (although the quote is disputed). "I did not need that hypothesis"
<quoted text>
Or so you think Marco.So how do you explain the Bing Bang theory propounded by scientists. There was a big POP or BANG, and there was the universe! Here, even scientists believe in the Big Bang. But there can't be a big bang is there wasn't any matter in the first place. So who created the matter before the Big Bang?

<quoted text>
Apart from the unproven fact of there being a creator, and who is at all interested in what we do, we also get to the question why those deeds *must* include a belief in said god. It is well possible that such a god is more pissed with you if you happened to have believed in the *wrong* god. Or angry that you followed the writings in a book, rather than the intrinsic knowledge inside yourself. You see how Pascal's wager just backfires?

We believers firmly believe that since there is a Supreme and Almighty Creator, who created the heaven and universe; whose Providence enables all creatures throughout the universe to thrive; shouldn't be be grateful that we were given a chance to live in this universe? The least we could do is to be grateful to the One who created us. The air we breathe, the plants and animals that are edible by humans, the life sustaining ecosystem, the oceans teeming with marine lives, these are all created to support human habitation on Earth. If you think these are just mere coincidence, try to breathe without oxygen from the air. You can't lie Marcos.
<quoted text>
I have no need for the believe in a god to have a direction, purpose or motivation. Maybe others are that weak, but I am not, and nor are many like me. What strikes me time and time again that the belief in a god makes so many people submit to authority, without ever questioning that authority. Fear of going against "god" is a useful way of controlling the masses!
Islam means "Peace" and sometimes rendered as "willing submission" to the Supreme Creator. Span out your horizon into the sky and the far reaches of the universe Marco. The billions of galaxies out there with teeming stars,planets and dark matter; these are orbiting (or spiralling, if you will) relative to each other and held in perfect balance.Stars and planets willing obey God-ordained orbital paths; neither one overtake or supercede the other in terms of motion. That is a clear example of "willing submission" to Almighty God. Humans, by nature, is endowed with free will but if you Marco use your intellect the right way, there is no better option than joining the universe in total submission to the Almighty God.

“Facts, not fiction”

Since: Apr 07

Earth

#282 Jun 11, 2013
Cole wrote:
<quoted text>
Nope, you've figured it out wrong Marco. The thing is, which God? And,of the thousands of gods worshipped in various cultures and history, which God is the right one? We don't simply worship any god out of our own imagination,but the right God who commanded us to do so. And, we don't just follow without reason. "Say (O Muhammad), God is One,To Him do we seek help and guidance; He does not beget nor is He begotten,And there is none like (or comparable to)Him.Here God explains His essence, which repudiates all semblance of false gods worshipped by humans through past history.
Yes, which “god”. How do you know you have the “right” god? You don’t know, you just believe. Just like all those who worship another god believe that they have the right one. And like you, they use the circular argument: you proclaim there is a god, that it is the god as described in the religious scripture of your choice, and hence what is written in *that* scripture is evidence that you have the right god and others the wrong one.
Cole wrote:
<quoted text>
Or so you think Marco.So how do you explain the Bing Bang theory propounded by scientists. There was a big POP or BANG, and there was the universe! Here, even scientists believe in the Big Bang. But there can’t be a big bang is there wasn’t any matter in the first place. So who created the matter before the Big Bang?
An obvious problem you have is that if you DEMAND that matter must be created, you have NO objective argument to claim that your god did not need to be created. If you accept your god can just exist, you can just as easily accept that matter/energy can just exist. You have no objective argument against that.

I, on the other hand, will just say that we simply do not know enough (and likely: yet).

Note that the “big bang” is a very well tested theory. For example, the supposed background radiation was predicted well before it was measured. That is, this supposed act of creation resulted in very high predictability, which is at odds with the most common descriptions of your god.
Cole wrote:
<quoted text>
We believers firmly believe that since there is a Supreme and Almighty Creator, who created the heaven and universe; whose Providence enables all creatures throughout the universe to thrive; shouldn't be be grateful that we were given a chance to live in this universe? The least we could do is to be grateful to the One who created us. The air we breathe, the plants and animals that are edible by humans, the life sustaining ecosystem, the oceans teeming with marine lives, these are all created to support human habitation on Earth. If you think these are just mere coincidence, try to breathe without oxygen from the air. You can't lie Marcos.
We would not have evolved as we are, dependent on oxygen, if there had not been any oxygen. Also, why is there not 25% oxygen? Humans would do much better with higher oxygen concentrations. It seems your god wasn’t quite paying attention to the biology of the beings he supposedly created. More CO2 would be nice for the plants also (although it may give many of them also a problem due to the associated greenhouse effect). And why all those animals and plants which are NOT edible? Why animals and plants which look like edible animals and plants, but are not? If you want to thank your god for creating edible plants and animals, will you also thank him for plants and animals that will kill you? Odd man, you are! And what was all that waiting about? 5 billion years to ‘create’ humans? If he had been so concerned about making humans, why wait so long?

“Facts, not fiction”

Since: Apr 07

Earth

#283 Jun 11, 2013
Cole wrote:
<quoted text>
Islam means "Peace" and sometimes rendered as "willing submission" to the Supreme Creator. Span out your horizon into the sky and the far reaches of the universe Marco. The billions of galaxies out there with teeming stars,planets and dark matter; these are orbiting (or spiralling, if you will) relative to each other and held in perfect balance.Stars and planets willing obey God-ordained orbital paths; neither one overtake or supercede the other in terms of motion. That is a clear example of "willing submission" to Almighty God. Humans, by nature, is endowed with free will but if you Marco use your intellect the right way, there is no better option than joining the universe in total submission to the Almighty God.
Perfect balance? You might want to check this:
http://csep10.phys.utk.edu/astr162/lect/galax...
BOOOOOMMMMM! Those perfectly balanced galaxies are, darnit, colliding!

The history of our solar systems is also filled with collisions, one perhaps even exterminating the dinosaurs on earth.“Perfect balance” indeed…for a 2-month old baby! If anything, they all follow the laws of physics, and they don’t care about what you want.

The laws of physics are also not fooled by your desperate attempts to deny your own mortality. You will die at one point in the near future, and that is it. Few will care, and unless you managed to get something in the history books, in a few centuries you are completely forgotten, your molecules part of a host of other materials.

“praying for you!”

Since: Mar 13

Location hidden

#284 Jun 11, 2013
Khan wrote:
<quoted text>
I am sorry to see you are in such a deep sense of denial.
Are you a neurotic hatemonger Hindu, Christian or Yiddish?
Here is an American who embraced Islam. If you have any guts, please read what he has to say:
MUHAMMAD ALEXANDER RUSSEL WEBB
(1846 - 1916)
Books and E-Books
On Muslim History and Civilization
The following is Muhammad Webb's account of his journey to Islam as reported in the abridged version of "Islam - Our Choice" published by Begum Aisha Bawani Wakf, Karachi, 1970.
I have been requested to tell you why I, an American, born in a country which is nominally Christian, and reared under the drippings, or more properly perhaps the driveling, of an orthodox Presbyterian pulpit, came to adopt the faith of Islam as my guide in life.
I might reply promptly and truthfully that I adopted this religion because I found, after protracted study, that it was the best and only system adapted to the spiritual needs of the humanity. And here let me say that I was not born as some boys seem to be, with a fervently religious strain in my character. When I reached the age of twenty, and became practically my own master, I was so tired of the restraint and dullness of the Church, that I wandered away from it and never returned to it...
Fortunately I was of an enquiring turn of mind - I wanted a reason for everything, and I found that neither laymen nor clergy could give me any rational explasm and monads (explanation of this faith), and yet not one of them could tell me what were mysterious or that they were beyond my comprehension.
About eleven years ago I became interested in the study of Oriental religions... I read Mill and Locke, Kant, Hegel, Fichte, Huxley, and many other more or less learned writers discoursing with a great show of wisdom concerning protoplasm and monads, and yet not one of them could tell me what the soul was or what became of it after death...
I have spoken so much of myself in order to show you that my adoption of Islam was not the result of misguided sentiment, blind credulity, or sudden emotional impulse, but it was born of earnest, honest, persistent, unprejudiced study and investigation and an intense desire to know the truth.
The essence of the true faith of Islam is resignation to the will of God [Allah] and its corner stone is prayer. It teaches universal fraternity, universal love, and universal benevolence, and requires purity of mind, purity of action, purity of speech and perfect physical cleanliness. It, beyond doubt, is the simplest and most elevating form of religion known to man.
with due respect my thoughts are this:
Islam worships Allah right? a God that requires men to die for Allah. It is held up as honorable for a Muslim to die for the sake of Allah, and the koran says that people should be converted or killed.
BUT the God of the Holy Bible, died for us. He tells us not to kill and murder, He suffered in our place for us. NOW THATS LOVE.
The God of the Holy bible doesn't condone things like (honor killings)(Jihad), or abusing women.
so if someone placed the choice before me of a God who required me to convert others or kill them, verses a God who died FOR ME an loves me that much, i will chose the Holy God of Abraham, Issac and Jacob every time.

Plus the koran was written by ONE man.
whereas the Holy bible was written by MANY men who all agreed over a wide span of history in a miraclous and prophetically fulfilling manner.
mICHEAL

Karachi, Pakistan

#286 Jul 21, 2013
Quran First verse (Learn and Read)

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