• Quran's Mistakes

    Quran's Mistakes

    There are many errors in the Quran; many, many, many errors in the Quran. And I say that from
    a ten-feet view point. For instance, when the Quran said that the earth was flat, that was a mistake.

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Quran's Alteration

 

Q4. Host: Has the Quran ever been altered or changed? (2:07)

Answer

Dr. Labib: Oh, yes, it was altered and changed. They have seven Qurans. You see, seven editions if I might call it. And in the days of the Kalif Ottoman, every edition was given to a country. And there was a big confusion because of the seven editions and the differences between them. Then someone came to Kalif Ottoman and said, "Listen, there is a great confusion concerning the Quran. What should we do?" Then the Kalif Ottoman did this: he brought some scribes and he said to them, "Take these seven Qurans, and then go and write a new one. And if you disagree among yourselves about any verse in the Quran, write it in the language of Kouriash, because the Quran was given to Mohammed in the language of Kouriash. Well, there is time to write a new Quran, all together." And they wrote the Quran. What did Ottoman do? If he was really a man of reality, he would have kept the other original editions, so history could go back to it. You know, we have the Kodesses that go back to 350. We have the Septemium, we have the translation of the Bible. We didn't burn our Bible. We have the original of it. But he took the other editions and burned them all!

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0 #6 Amy 2016-05-03 12:36
I agree, Elijah! Makes me wonder.
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0 #5 Amy 2016-05-03 12:35
Great point, Elijah. Makes me think, too.
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+1 #4 Elijah Ehr 2016-04-28 16:46
This begs to ask a question. Why was it changed? Did they find a story in it that wasn't true or was there a rule that they didn't like? I would understand if it was remade in efforts to become more modern and understandable, but if not, then what are the other reasons?
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+1 #3 Karaz Bishara 2014-11-24 23:27
Waqas, Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me" (John 14:6). Here He is saying that no one can come to God but through Him. Jesus also says, "I and my Father are one" (John 10:30). He is saying that He and God are ONE - that He IS God! These are not my words, Waqas, these are the words of Jesus. Do you have an Injil to read? I would encourage you to read the words of Jesus and see what you find!
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0 #2 Gosia 2014-04-13 19:11
They were not like seven different Qurans, but it was like one Quran written in 7 different dialects. The 6 were burnt indeed. The muslims explain it somehow but it's difficult to understand what they mean. But what about the 'original Bible'? I was looking for some information but couldn't find it. The Bible consists of some books that were chosen and collected to create one book, and I know that some books of the Old Testament, almost all of them, were found in a cave, but what about the books of the New Testament, where are the original books? Do we have them? And why do the Protestants read 66 books, the Catholics more and the Orthodox even more books? Why is that?
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-2 #1 Waqas Ahmed 2012-09-30 17:45
U have very little knowledge of lslam and there is no point of arguing with the person who has fever knowledge. Christ never said that he is god and worship him. As u said u can not read Quran in Arabic but there are translation available in almost every language. U should read them carefully. May b u would b able to learn something. May Allah forgive all the nonbelievers and make our faith stronger than before.
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