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Reader comment on item: Arguing over "Can Islam Be Reformed?"
in response to reader comment: Trust is for sheep

Submitted by Guardian of Deen (Canada), Oct 13, 2013 at 11:58

The Talmud is not considered divine book of God by Muslims

The references from the Torah and the Gospel could be the words of God and could be a corruption by man. not all in the Torah is God's words and not all in the Bible and Gospels are God's words.

Prophet Muhammad said "you cannot dicard all that is written in the Gospel and Torah because there are some that are from God, so take what ever you find in there that tallies with the Quran"

All monothiest religions are from God, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, they have one source of information - GOD - no wonder we find some information in the Holy Quran which is the same in the Torah and the Gospel

However there are many information in the Holy Quran - Stories of the Prophets - that are not in the Torah or in the Gospel , or that these stories were corrected by God in the Holy Quran since mankind corrupted these stories in the scriptures of the Jews and Christians


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