Brother Mahmood,<quoted text>
Brother bmz, I agree with 95% of what you are saying. The relevant parts that the Koran tells us are fables as well. The authors of the Koran could only cut and paste certain amount of fables but not all of it. You have to keep in mind that the authors of the Koran had less than a hundred years to cannonize the text while authors of the Hebrew Bible took their papas time, most likely hundreds of years.
I hope that you will soon agree with the remaining 5% also.
Bro, a canon for scripture is a collection of books.
For example, the Jews formed their canon. They had Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Deuteronomy, Isaiah, Psalms and many other books. So, they chose the relevant books and formed the Canon.
Christianity, on the other hand, had no scripture as Jesus did not leave any scripture behind and neither his illiterate disciples wrote any books. When we read the New Testament, we are reading 2nd hand-1000th hand information.
Long after Jesus was gone, say 4-5 centuries later, the Church cherry-picked four gospels from the streets, picked a dozen or so letters of Paul (half of them not really from paul) and a few from others and formed their own Canon known as the New Testament, copied and pasted a wholesale edited and forged copy of the Jewish Canon, calling it the Old Testament. The name Old Testament also indicates a useless Testament, which was technically redundant.
In the case of Qur'aan, it was not gathered from various books, written by men. So, there was no such thing as Canonizing of Qur'aan.
If many men had written Qur'aan, then we would have had Qur'aan, According to Aleph; Qur'aan, According to Kaaf; Qur'aan, According to Meem and so on but we do not have. There is no ACCORDING TO for Qur'aan.
Here, I am sure you will agree with me. Thanks, bro.