The Bible is a human construction – created over thousands of years by many different scribes – as shown by the different voices in the Old Testament scriptures. The New Testament has names to its scribes: The Gospels the epistles, The Revelation. Jesus Christ confirmed the prophecies of the Old testament and the 10 Commandments. The gospels and the letters of Peter and other disciples/eye witnesses confirm the Resurrection of Christ – as does the direct eye witness: The Shroud of Turin , the 2000-year-old 3-dimensional photographic negative on the Shroud of Turin and here (alongside with many humans)! – declared genuine by all sciences – in spite of papal attempt to discredit it by a faked C-14 test. No wonder, since In a Black mass in the night of 28/29 June 2016, the Vatican enthroned Satan as its head – and later Pope Francis as head and here of the one-world religion and here and here – which excludes Jesus Christ.
So the Bible does seem to be divinely inspired.
However, Muslims believe the Koran to be Allah´s word down to the slightest comma.
Is that true? And who is Allah, actually? Is the Koran inspired – and by whom?
Here is a very thought-provoking post demonstrating that the Koran is not divinely inspired.
The Muslim Issue, 31 Aug. 2015: “Should we become historians, or what? For how many years now have we relentlessly – and been the first – stated that the Koran is not one book but a compilation from torn bits and pieces acquired from loot during the raids and robberies committed by an illiterate Arabian desert band of criminals. The only authentic sections of the Koran that actually was written from the time?? of the warlord of Islam is the Hadith, which reveal the most heinous and vicious savagery that sounds too cruel to be real. (ISIS lives the Hadiths and the Koran out). The new findings basically give a strong historic argument to the claim that Mohammed was no prophet. Nor did he get the message of the Koran “from heaven” so he was also no messenger of Allah either.
Many Muslims argue that the Koran promotes peace. Yes indeed it does (NO!). But we argue that those are the sections from other faiths with no association to Mohammed and his actual laws, which do not promote anything but conflict, wars and brutality.
Comment: Indeed the 143 peaceful sure of the Koran have been abrogated by the verse of the sword – sura 9:5: They are invalid, as Muslims know, but left to pull the wool over the eyes of gullible infidels.
Islam has always from day one been accused of being a false religion of “demons” even in medieval Arabia, after the local population in Yathrib (now Medina) got attacked and killed at nights by Mohammed while they were peacefully sleeping in their beds. The same accusation came from old Christian reports on the origin of Islam and Mohammed.
For as former Muslims state: Allah to be the best of deceivers.
In the Hadith Zaid bin Thabit gives testimony that the Quran “was compiled from various written manuscripts” – basically verifying plagiarism”.
Hadith and Koran are compiled from many different manuscripts.
By Jennifer Newton for MailOnline The Muslim Issue 31 Aug. 2016.
Discovery: Fragments of what is believed to be the world’s oldest Koran. Several historians have said it could even predate the Prophet Muhammad.
They had been collected during the 1920s by a Chaldean priest called Alphonse Mingana who put together a huge collection of documents from the Middle East
The pages were carbon-dated by experts at the University of Oxford, a process which showed the Islamic holy book manuscript could be the oldest Koran in the world – and older than Muhammad.
The pages, thought to be between 1,448 and 1,371 years old, were discovered bound within the pages of another Koran from the late seventh century at the library of the University of Birmingham.
Written in ink in an early form of Arabic script on parchment made from animal skin, the pages contain parts of the Suras, or chapters, 18 to 20, which may have been written by someone who actually knew the Prophet Muhammad – founder of the Islamic faith.
But now several historians have said that the parchment might even predate Muhammad. It is believed that the Birmingham Koran was produced between 568AD and 645AD, while the dates usually given for Muhammad are between 570AD and 632AD.
Historian Tom Holland, told the Times: ‘It destabilises, to put it mildly, the idea that we can know anything with certainty about how the Koran emerged – and that in turn has implications for the history of Muhammad and the Companions.’
Keith Small, from the University of Oxford’s Bodleian Library, added: ‘This gives more ground to what have been peripheral views of the Koran’s genesis, like that Muhammad and his early followers used a text that was already in existence and shaped it to fit their own political and theological agenda, rather than Muhammad receiving a revelation from heaven.
However, these claims are strongly disputed by Muslim scholars, with Mustafa Shah from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London also telling the paper: ‘If anything, the manuscript has consolidated traditional accounts of the Koran’s origins.’
During this time the Koran was memorised and recited orally but Caliph Abu Bakr, the first leader of the Muslim community after Muhammad’s death, ordered the Koranic material to be collected into a book.
The final authoritative written form was not completed until 650AD under the third leader Caliph Uthman.
Professor Nadir Dinshaw, who studies interreligious relations at the University of Birmingham, described the discovery as ‘startling’.
When it was found last month he said: ‘This could well take us back to within a few years of the actual founding of Islam.
‘At this time, the divine message was not compiled into the book form in which it appears today. Instead, the revelations were preserved in ‘the memories of men’. ‘Parts of it had also been written down on parchment, stone, palm leaves and the shoulder blades of camels.
THE FOUNDER OF ISLAM: WHO IS THE PROPHET MUHAMMAD?
The Prophet Muhammad was born in Mecca in Saudi Arabia in 570AD and died in 631 AD.
The traditional story of the Koran tells how one night in 610 Muhammad, a deeply spiritual and religious man, was meditating in a cave on Mount Hira when he was visited by the angel Jibreel who ordered him to recite.
Once Jibreel mentioned the name of Allah, Muhammad began to recite words which he came to believe were the words of God. These revelations continued for 22 years and are collectively known as the Koran.
Shortly before Muhammad died, at the age of 63, the majority of the Arabian Peninsula had become Muslim. Within a century of his death Islam had also spread to Spain in the west and as far east as China”.
This raises the question of the authenticity of the Koran and of islam as a religion.
Above all, islam is a worldly ideology rather than a religion – and in any case it is the antithesis of the teachings of Christ. The Bible name for the opponent of Christ is Satan. &00 years later , the Koran depicts, in fact, Christ´s Hell as heaven – and vice versa – as does the Talmud, too. No wonder, for Muhammad was strongly influenced by the Jewish tribes in Medina, twisted their teaching – before he annihilated them.
But the Birmingham Koran is not the only one from the 7. century! Maybe not even the oldest.
Acc. to The Atlantic Jan. 1999, a Koran tomb was found in Saana, Yemen.
Some of the parchment pages in the Yemeni hoard seemed to date back to the 7. and 8. centuries A.D., or Islam’s first two centuries — they were fragments, in other words, of perhaps the oldest Korans in existence.
What’s more, some of these fragments revealed small but intriguing aberrations from the standard Koranic text. Such aberrations, though not surprising to textual historians, are troublingly at odds with the orthodox Muslim belief that the Koran as it has reached us today is quite simply the perfect, timeless, and unchanging Word of Allah.
What the Yemeni Korans seemed to suggest, Puin (one of 2 researchers from Saarbrücken University, Germany, allowed to study the ancient Korans) began to feel, was an evolving text rather than simply the Word of Allah as revealed in its entirety to the Prophet Muhammad in the seventh century A.D.
Since the early 1980s more than 15,000 sheets of the Yemeni Korans have painstakingly been flattened, cleaned, treated.
von Bothmer (the other German allowed Koran researcher), however, in 1997 finished taking more than 35,000 microfilm pictures of the fragments, and has recently brought the pictures back to Germany.
The text was less stable, and therefore had less authority, than has always been claimed.”
The Koran has a history. Prof. R. Stephen Humphreys, Califorbia says: “If the Koran is a historical document, then the whole Islamic struggle of fourteen centuries is effectively meaningless.”
This rams a pole through the Muslim postulation that every comma in the Koran comes from Allah´s 7. Heaven, sent down by the angel Gabriel. This more than indicates – that the Koran is a man-made construction spiritually inspired, no doubt, by the deceptive
antithesis of Jesus Christ, who was the preacher of truth.
Here is Jesus Christ´s visiting card, the 2000-year-old 3-dimensional photographic negative on the Shroud of Turin – declared genuine by all sciences.
Where is the visiting card of the angel Gabriel – not to mention of Allah, the best of deceivers? Where are the witnesses of the existence of Allah – and of Muhammad´s “inspirations” being from God or the Devil – or just invented?