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in response to reader comment: The Quran was perfected during Mohammad time

Submitted by B. Williame (Belgium), Apr 28, 2008 at 04:38

"Say Mohammad He is God One"; "God is the Sufficient, the Master, (Whom creations need Him but He does need anyone)"; "He begets not, nor was He begotten"; "And there is none equal (or compared) to Him"

Jesus as being the son of god according to christians doesn't make him equal to god. I don't see any contradicitons there. Or is it in Islam that the son represents it's father in full? Because then the son of BinLaden would represent Bin laden in full?

btw, refer to Jesus as you want, as it matters not much to me, I'm not currently a christian. what I did want to point out with my remark is that with all the media sensitivness around Islam, Mohammed and Koran. There isn't any for the other faiths in the same amount. Nothing more, nothing less.

An other thought came to me when reading the quotation you gave me.

If Allah, doesn't need any one, but we all need him... They why does he care about us at all? I mean if an ant or even smaller isn't worth my attention... why whould I even give a simple thought to it's existance?

secondly an author that has written about the future: Nostradamus.

And there are others, but still his name came to my thoughts first.

No contradictions and still as many interpretations as there are with the Koran... Still he ain't a prophet or such. But I suppose he didn't play the holy card as much as Mohammed did.

Also Mohammed wasn't master of arabic as being illiterate... I mean your "perfect man" wasn't master of much except he's followers and the word given on him by a messenger of Allah. Please correct me on this as I'm just supposing.

The only huge marks Mohammed have left after he's death are currently the Quran and Islam. As I'd like to sepperate the faith and the book, if you don't mind.

"He revised the written Quran with his followers many times every year, and Archangel Gabriel descended once a year to make sure that Quran is properly memorized by the Prophet"

Where is that written? Also if he had to revise it... alterations would be made to what ever was written... Hum... still convinced about it's unrevised nature... I would have thought it possible to be unrevised based on Mohammed not being able to double check what was written... but if what you say is confirmed then it was even "corrected" during Mohammeds life as well?

I'm not sure if Mohammed only knew his end was near due to the 2 visits he had from an angel. But there are more elderly poeple who can feel when death is near... And they didn't need to visits of an angel to let them think/feel such. but, ok this might be also besides the point.

If Mohammed needed to have 2 visits before his death of an angel to double check if he would know the texts of the Quran him self I suppose his memory wasn't as perfect as you mention aswell.

Also why twice at the end of his life? Allah's ways might be truly hard to know, but I'd do it a lot sooner so that a few years before Muhammeds end the book would be finished and ready to be send out to the world... So Allah could dispense himself of the trouble of having to use a messenger at all for so long.

Simple logic?

Still after Muhammed's death the Quran was altered or rather made more readable, no?

I'm not discussing of the bible might be altered, I'm shure it was. Chrisitans in general at least have the honesty to not declare it unaltered. While I heard Muslims do.

Are you still convinced of the Quran's perfect and unaltered state?



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