[quote=dennisknapp]I have asked certain Muslims to explain the nature of the Qur’an. Some have done so, but I still have some questions.
Islam teaches that the Qur’an is the eternal Word of God, correct?
My question in this:
Does the Qur’an exist apart from God? If it does, and is eternal, you have two seperately existing things that are eternal, God and the Qur’an.
Either the Qur’an exists in God and is a part of God, or it is seperate and exists with God. If it is eternal and seperate and exists with God, I see no reason for Muslims having a problem with the Christian concept of the Word of God (Logos) as found in John 1.
In a nutshell:
The Quran is not the book of any god, and certainly not the book of the Judeo-Christian God.
Then who wrote it?
Muhammad and his uncle, the former christian monk “Buhaira”.
The Muslims also added verses to it through the years.
The Quran is basically a mix of:
Bedouin folklore, fairy-tales, destorted stories from the Bible, myths, lies, and a lot of sex-talk (to appeal to the audience).
So forget about the god of islam, etc… The truth is, they have no god.
They pray to NOBODY!
They are actually praying to SATAN.
That is the sad reality.
They don’t want to learn it or think about it.