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Quran, last version

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Submitted by Nuray (Germany), Oct 19, 2006 at 03:59

Dear Drew,

All books are coming from the same source. You might think of Quran as the last version of holy books. You asked if "the Old and New Testaments were flawed". Definitely, yes. Of course, God is never wrong. People are wrong. For example, Christians changed the word of God in previous holly books. They declared a man as God, although the same man was not accepted as a messenger by Jews.

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