So how do you decide which parts are right and which parts are wrong? And I already know the answer to that. If a part says what you want it to say, that must be the true part. If a part doesn't say what you want it to say, that must be the false part. And you actually see no problem in faulty, subjective, self serving logic like this. That's the amazing part,<quoted text>
Now you are trying "another tactic" my dear Brother!!
We never sat that Entire OT and NT books are corrupted and there is no word of it which is reliable.
Again, completely faulty, self serving, subjective logic. So what happens when it doesn't contradict or confirm the Quran? What do you do about those parts? Can't you see the logical fallacy you are committing? You are MAKING the Quran right, no matter what. Can you see the subjectivity of that? Has anybody ever introduced you to the concept of objectivity?<quoted text>
"If they contradict what is in Quran, and there is no way there can be any reconciliation then MOST CERTAINLY that part is corrupted"