Here, we will focus more on Muhammad's relation with the Qur’an, presenting many reasons why Prophet Muhammad could not be the author of the Qur’an.
Are Muslims anti-Semitic? Do Muslims hate the Jews? Is there a relationship between Islam and Judaism? What is the rank of Messenger Moses in Islam?
Trembling moment! I finished the episode and instantly swiped the screen, clicked the icon of Google browser, and typed in the search box “Psalms Book”!
What is the final Divine scripture called the “Qur’an”? & Who wrote it? Is it a scripture God revealed to Prophet Muhammad through Jibriel (Gabriel)?
You have probably heard of the Holy Book called the Quran. Is it really divine sourced? Who is the real author of the Quran?
To be a human being means to err. However, there is only one unforgivable sin, no matter how much pious, virtuous, or charitable a person is.
If you give a presentation, then you were asked to repeat it the next day, will you be able to repeat it the same exact way without a single word changed?
Reading the Qur’an for the first time is a challenge to non-Muslims. It’s not an easy task. So, here are ten beneficial tips for non-Muslims on how to go about reading and understanding the Qur’an for the first time. One: The Qur’an is made easy to read, understand and remember by Allah Allah states [...]
Corrupted, yet believe in it! How come?! The matter is so simple. We can summarize the whole story in 3 points: Muslims believe in the “original” Gospel, and the “original” Torah as well. At the same time, Muslims also believe that the Bible, including the Gospel and the Torah, is no longer pure and authentic [...]
Let me tell you my own experience … While I read Qur’an (the last divine book), I find children of Israel are the most familiar people in Qur’an. So I start to wonder what did they really do to be mentioned in Qur’an a lot? A lot of questions came into my [...]
Abrogation is one of the main issues used to attack Islam, attribute contradiction to Quran and give doubts about Quran’s authenticity. Al-Nasekh and Al-Mansoukh are two Arabic words having the same root word meaning: to abolish, lift, replace, remove, withdraw or abrogate. The first word means “The abrogate” and the second is “The abrogated”. It [...]