Wrong example.<quoted text>Your "best way" is like using a counterfeit dollar bill to judge the authenticity of an original dollar bill. It's a backward and illogical argument, but its obvious why Muslims insist upon it, because the Qur'an contradicts the Hebrew and Christian scriptures that came before it. Of course, FEW if ANY Muslims would dare to even consider the possibility that Mohammad was decieved or misinformed by Waraqa, I mean, "Allah, via Jibreel."
Christian scripture fits the counterfeit dollar bill. You know well that it contradicts almost all the core values and teachings of the Hebrew Scriptures. Right?
The Hebrew Scriptures have no place fro the Christian scripture. Please note that well.
If you read Qur'aan and compare the core teachings of Qur'aan with those of the Torah, you will know that both are like the clean and crisp original dollar bill. Christian scripture proves to be the fake dollar bill under the Ultra-Violet scan.