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Why is the Qur’an the Word of God?

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The Qur’an tells Muslims about Jesus Christ and commands them to believe in him as a prophet of God. Astonishingly, Jesus Christ is mentioned in the Qur’an more than Prophet Muhammad himself (more than 25 times).

The Qur’an also tells Muslims about Moses and commands them to believe in him as a prophet of God. Moses is mentioned in the Qur’an much more than Prophet Muhammad himself (about 136 times).

Let’s ask ourselves the following questions: who brought the Qur’an to mankind? Is it not Muhammad who brought the Qur’an to humanity? Had the Qur’an been the word of Muhammad, is it logical that he would have mentioned himself by name in the Qur’an more than anybody else? Is it not curious that Muhammad is mentioned by name in the Qur’an much less than other prophets like Moses and Jesus?

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The title is actually a good question! Let everybody reflect on it!

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Why is the Qur’an the Word of God? Reviewed by on . The Qur’an tells Muslims about Jesus Christ and commands them to believe in him as a prophet of God. Astonishingly, Jesus Christ is mentioned in the Qur’an more The Qur’an tells Muslims about Jesus Christ and commands them to believe in him as a prophet of God. Astonishingly, Jesus Christ is mentioned in the Qur’an more Rating: 4.9

Comments (3)

  • Fanie Bekker

    Fanie Bekker

    I hear this amazing comment also on Radio Islam, here in my country South Africa where listeners are called upon, when something is going to be read from the Quran: “If you are not planning to listen to the next recitation attentively, please switch off your radio because the following recitation is the “Speech of Allah.” And then always, while I was still a Muslim I said to myself: “But that is just not true!” I have studied the Quran intensely and very sincerely, ever since I reverted to Islam in 2007, and I found nothing in it which convinced me beyond any doubt that it was the “Words of God.” What I did find, beyond any doubt, is that it is a mere compilation of Essays and some Verses which are compiled together and numbered to make up some “Surahs.” But, I say this respectfully. I am just very concerned that by calling the Quran, the “Speech of Allah,” whilst ordinary readers could see that it is not, might be very offensive to Allah, or what do you think?

    • Islam4christians

      Islam4christians

      Dear sir, is there a chapter in the Qur’an which is a message from one Companion of Prophet Muhammad to some people like the epistles included in the New Testament? If you are now Christian and believe that the New Testament is the Words of God, you now believe in “a compilation of Essays and some Verses which are compiled together and numbered to make up some ‘Chapters.'” How can the messages of Jesus’ apostles to people be the Words of God? This is not found in the Qur’an.

    • Islam4christians

      Islam4christians

      How could Prophet Muhammad compile a Qur’an though he was illiterate and could not write or even read?

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