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Proving lies in the Quran?

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in response to reader comment: "Questions about mistakes in the Qur'an"

Submitted by Annonymous (Norway), Oct 20, 2012 at 02:31

Have you ever been thinking over that the Quran (f.x. 6/50 and 7/188) tells that Muhammad was unable to make foretellings (a kind of miracle - "to know the unseen" or "to know the unknown"), and that also several verses in the Quran tell that Muhammad just was an ordinary man = without any supernatural power (f.x. 10/49, 17/93). There also is not told about one single miracle performed by Muhammad in the Quran.

This means that every time a Muslim claims Muhammad made foretellings/prophesies or miracles, he/she confirms that those points are wrong in the Quran, and that Muhammad lies in the Quran when he tells he is unable to do such things.

(This point is "stolen" from http://www.1000mistakes.com.)


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