Less advanced peoples would likely have used this to start their own new religions!In speculation, the Catholic Church might have found some way of using it to reinforce Christianity in places distant from where Mohammed was.Secondly, Muslim apologists will sort through biblical archeology and biblical criticism, each of which range from both ends of the spectrum, from supporting the Bible 100% all the way to saying that the Bible is 100% fiction.
So a paraphrase could be: G-d will raise up for the Israelites a prophet from the Israelites’ brethren some time in the future that will be like Moses and speak the words of G-d. The assertion is that “from amongst their brethren” refers to the Ishmaelites, and as Muslims assert many times, Mohammed is descended from Abraham through Ishmael.
In order to properly analyze this, I will not make a table comparing Moses, Jesus, and Mohammed, as many do on both Christian and Muslim websites in order to pervert the meaning of this verse.
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Since they are objectively unverifiable, the credibility of Islam’s claims of miracles is identical to Christianity, no more credible and no less credible.
4) The Arabic Language—The claim is made that if a person were to learn the Arabic language, and read the Qu’ran in the original tongue, the person would be totally convinced that it had a Divine author. Firstly, this is far too subjective to use as reliable proof.
verily there hath come to you a convincing proof from your Lord: For We have sent unto you a light (that is) manifest.” Qu’ran 4 Using logical analysis, let us examine the primary proofs used for Islam. They derive it mainly from atheists whose aim in pointing out “contradictions” is to convince people that G-d does not exist.
1) The Claim of Corruption in the Bible—Do Muslims offer proof supporting corruption in the Bible? For someone who already believes in G-d’s existence, this should seem to be a rather questionable ethic.
Alexander, by all contemporary accounts, was a pagan idol worshipper.