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Quran declares the Bible to be a true revelation of God and demands faith in the Bible. So why Muslim?
declare t as corrupted
Sura 2:40-42,126,136,285; 3:3,71,93; 4:47,136; 5:47-51, 69,71-72; 6:91; 10:37,94; 21:7; 29:45,46; 35:31; 46:11
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
we believe in the original revelations which no longer exist, what are present now , are just human hand writting, besides:
here are some bible contradictions:
- hayaa_bi_taqwaLv 61 decade ago
Well, it's as every Muslim has said on this board pertaining to this very question since the time it was first asked, lol! The Bible was at one time the true word of God. The hands that were meant to protect it instead changed it and any small change means it is no longer original. If there were an original to compare to todays Bible, we'd see all the differences, but since none exists, we can't. Why do you think Muslims have taken such great care to ensure that the true Quran never changes? Sure, there are translations for almost every language out there, however they are known as translations of the Quran, man's interpretation from one language to another, and not the true Quran. Even Christians themselves have concluded that the Bible is no longer original. In the 80's there was a Christian convention in California that came to the conclusion that 80% of the Bible was no longer part of the true word of God. More recently, maybe a year or two ago I came across an article which stated a Catholic group in Europe are no longer using the Bible as historic proof because it has lost it's true meaning. So in all honesty, why ask why Muslims don't believe in the Bible and why *not* ask why Christians no longer believe in the Bible?
- 4 years ago
between the Muslims has responded by insulting the first human being to respond to, which reflects his ability. yet another has suggested that fairly some links and his declare that there are such fairly some immoralities, although God on my own would even be able to initiate knowledge what he ability, are the information. yet another has suggested that distinct authors [which ability the distinct those who wrote their Testaments] signifies that their declare is ideal, even although the Testaments all say a similar element, from distinct perspectives. And, yet another has quoted from the Qur'an, claiming that Allah suggested that the Jews cover what they comprehend, and this got here from the lips of Mohammad [!?!?] which makes this extra ridiculous. and all the different Muslims might want to easily say issues that did not educate a unmarried corruption and educate their version of it. the purely human beings speaking any experience listed lower than are the non-Muslims. isn't that very revealing? And, even as all of them are disenchanted with Michael Shaloub, no longer a unmarried between the Muslims might want to say - "hello, right that's the link to the Taurath and this one is for the Injeel." so one insults him and the others studiously act like they by no ability talked about that; in spite of the very actuality he made good experience in only one element. seems to me like he's conscious of their Achilles heel.
- 1 decade ago
Did you even look up these surah's to see if what you were reading is true???? Please before rushing to judgement, investigate such things. From what is shown it says nothing about the bible or that God demands faith in it.
I just did the first one Sura 2 and after i read it I was pretty sure the rest of them were wrong...
Here is Surah 2:40-42
[2:40] O Children of Israel, remember My favor, which I bestowed upon you, and fulfill your part of the covenant, that I fulfill My part of the covenant, and reverence Me.
[2:41] You shall believe in what I have revealed herein, confirming what you have; do not be the first to reject it. Do not trade away My revelations for a cheap price, and observe Me.
[2:42] Do not confound the truth with falsehood, nor shall you conceal the truth, knowingly.
[2:126] Abraham prayed: "My Lord, make this a peaceful land, and provide its people with fruits. Provide for those who believe in GOD and the Last Day." (God) said, "I will also provide for those who disbelieve. I will let them enjoy, temporarily, then commit them to the retribution of Hell, and a miserable destiny."
Abraham Delivered All the Practices of Submission (Islam)
[2:136] Say, "We believe in GOD, and in what was sent down to us, and in what was sent down to Abraham, Ismail, Isaac, Jacob, and the Patriarchs; and in what was given to Moses and Jesus, and all the prophets from their Lord. We make no distinction among any of them. To Him alone we are submitters."
[2:285] The messenger has believed in what was sent down to him from his Lord, and so did the believers. They believe in GOD, His angels, His scripture, and His messengers: "We make no distinction among any of His messengers." They say, "We hear, and we obey. Forgive us, our Lord. To You is the ultimate destiny."
Also Muslims believe the bible and the torah, but we do not beleive them to be the word of GOD since it has been rewritten by men so many times. The Quran was given to the Prophet by the Angel Gabriel and not one word has been changed.Source(s): http://www.submission.org/suras/sura2.htm
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
The "question" asked and the way it has been phrased is actually painful.
Islam emphatically teaches all its followers to respect ALL religions. And Jesus Christ is a prophet to all Muslims and is HIGHLY respected AND revered.
Those who say that the opposite are obviously confused.
- SherzadeLv 51 decade ago
The Bible the Quran refers to is the original Old testement revealed to Jesus(as).Not the different versions made up by the christian rulers to suit there lifestyles.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
These are the sayings of the fanatics, so don't pay attention to them, whats written in the Quran is the fact.
- 1 decade ago
QS 46:11 doesn't slightly touch with your statement above.
tschk tschk. why oh why.
- Fish <><Lv 71 decade ago
Just another contradiction among thousands.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
if they really believe that they can feel free to come to the Protestant churches!!