Quran corrects 6 scientific errors in the bible – Claim 1

This is the second post in a series where I exchange arguments about the Quran with Nadir Ahmed. The introduction can be found here. Mustard Seed in the Quran and Bible (Kingdom of God) It is like a mustard seed, which is the smallest seed you plant in the ground. Mark 4:30-32 31 He told them another parable: “The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed, which a man took and planted in his field. 32 Though it is […]

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Quran corrects 6 scientific errors in the bible – Introduction

Following my recent upload of a debate between myself and Nadir Ahmed (from many years ago), Nadir emailed me and suggested we do another. I suggested instead we exchanged written arguments that we could publish on our blogs. Nadir agreed, and sent me a document outlining an argument that the Quran corrects at least 6 errors that occur in the Bible. I’ve decided to split this blog into 7 parts. Each part will consist of one of Nadir’s arguments along […]

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Just for the record – Memorising the Quran

During a discussion with a guy named Shabir he proposed the Quran was a unique book because it had been learned off by heart by so many people.  He argued this was because it’s divine author had deliberately made it easy to learn. Although he said he didn’t think this proved the divine origin of the book he argued that it begs the question. Obviously this is non-sequitur. If the book is easy to learn it doesn’t prove anything other […]

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