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Why Religious Contentions of the Quran Fail to Quell the Legitimacy of the Torah

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Mar 14, 2022 at 13:12

In the final scheme of religious affirmations in which is the legitimate Biblical authority over the affairs of the Jews, the Torah and Tanakh remain, even in their bad handling by the children of the LORD, the Children of Abraham. The Quran does not have any religious authority except as those adherents presume in ignorance of the true authority of the Torah. The Torah exacts more in its authenticity of the LORD's authority in all matters related to the Jewish people than any other supposed religious text.

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