Mujahid wrote:Theres a whole chapter in the Qur'an dedicated to Mary the mother of Jesus (pbuh). Sura 19: Maryam. And Jesus (pbuh) is actually mentioned by name 500% (25 to 5) more times in the Qur'an then Prophet Muhammed (pbuh).
Yes Mohammad tried to pervert the religion of Christianity to his will and was hoping to trick Christians and Jews to his cause. This trick is attempted on-goingly today.
Wouldn't you think that if someone wrote a book of that magnitude by himself, he would mention and glorify himself much more the previous prophets?
I think there is plenty of evidence that Mohammad's religion was for his own glory. Does not Allah visit Mohammad repeatedly to tell Mohammad he is allowed to take other's wives. What Mohammad wants Allah approves and you aren't sceptical? There is more.
It says in your own Bible, that there will be many false prophets, but the soul who confesses that Jesus is the Messiah, is of God. Hmmm, who did that? Oh! thats right, the only other person in the history of the world claiming to be a prophet of God that confessed Jesus was the Messiah was Muhammed.
Where does Mohammad say Jesus is the saviour? I'm pretty sure Mohammad denies the death and resurrection of Jesus so why lie?
Why do you pick and choose which verses you want to believe out of your own "holy book"? If it truly is the word of God, shouldnt you believe it all?
Who does that? Of course I believe it all.
And why does the roman catholic bible have 7 more books then the protestant one? Did the protestants throw out 7 books of God's word, or did the catholic church make up 7 books and called them God's word. I eagerly await your answer.
Just chuck your question into Google and find out. You can learn about the differences between the Catholics and the Protestants as well if you like.
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Now my opinion is that unlike Muslims, Christians can all be inspired by God and write inspirational things. However what could I write that would add to the Bible such that the Bible needed what I wrote? This is how the canon was formed, taking clear writings about God and by men inspired by God. Christianity has numerous witnesses to God and Islam has Mohammad ... in a cave.