Old news. A lot of it is the same actually.
yes it does..
n i agree with os3y3ris
for those who have read the Qor'an and the Bible, they cannot say the books are the same, or very similar for that matter, there are many differences between them, including the stories.
don't ask me for proof, cause i don't have the spare time to go searching everywhere on the internet i read this up from.
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Yes, you can say they are very similar. There are differences, yes, but the stories are about the same people, the same ideas, and most essentially, the same God. Its like trying to seperate the old testament and the torah. Can't be done.
Of course it's the same! It was meant to be the uncorrupted version of the Bible. I would be worried if the general themes weren't the same.
Originally Posted by Os3y3ris
though there are some subtle differences, and of course there would be, but
essentially, the concepts are the same...
the Quran came to solidify exactly God's words..
and thats that!
peace n blessings
in the biginning of it all u had 2 brotherz-Izzac & Ishmail, they were da sonz of Abraham.jews trace decent from Izzac and muslims from Ishail!!All are from the same land, they worship the same god;difrent name!!
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Originally Posted by Princerai
i hate reading
Every nation had a warner, and many had their revelation
the original Hindu scriptures also have some interesting things, that deny idol worship
its a shame they dont teach Sanskrit anymore.
the Torah (old testament) was the first scripture, sent to warn, teach & enlighten the people. When the people failed to take heed, the Gospel (new testament) was sent. The Holy Qur'an was and still is the last warning to the people.
Originally Posted by LordReveal
there is another book
a newer book
but thats another subject
what are these differences between the 2 because i didn't notice a difference like that
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Originally Posted by jahsin
so if you don't know the bible, you don't know the Quaran correct ?