'allah' -- the god of 'Perhaps' (Part 2)

   As we mentioned in part 1 of our article, Muslims claim that Allah is all-knowing. After all, that is what Allah stated throughout the pages of the Qur’an. Can this be proven to be true when we read the repeated stories of the Bible throughout the pages of the Qur’an? 

   Yes, the stories of Adam, Noah, Abraham, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, David, and even ‘Isā, who Muslims claim to be Jesus, are mentioned and repeated throughout the pages of the Qur’an. However, did Allah really know these stories? As we examine the stories of the past throughout the pages of the Bible, they are one, a few of them repeated with the same information. However, in the Qur’an, the more Mohammed repeated the same story, the more we discover two facts. 

   First, the story is not accurate, meaning it does not match the original account in the Bible. Someone may say, “Maybe the story in the Qur’an is the one that is accurate and not the one written in the Bible.” The answer is very simple. Not only does the story of the Qur’an contradict the Bible, but it also contradicts itself as Mohammed repeated it throughout the Qur’an.

   Second, when we examine the historical and archeological facts, we find that the Bible is accurate, not the Qur’an. Let me share with you the story of Noah as an example. Some places in the Qur’an only Noah’ ...

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