Qur'an and a bible are all holy books, in your understanding after creation, which book came first ?
to day in the world many religious leader do attack each other claiming as their religion came the first and so the other ones should be under their church, Christian and Moslems, bible and Qur'an respectively. Leaving that behind, why is there more than one religion yet for us in our families when we grow up, we take the religion for our father and mother. Still in this same story, why is it that a certain book in in the bible may second some thing and another book opposes it depending on who wrote that book but both might have been in the new or old testament? should we say its our father ?
This is because of the cycle of dispensations and apostasies.
When there is a prophet on the earth to direct the people and correct them when they go astray it is called a dispensation.
When people reject the prophets, God takes them from the earth. When nobody is there to teach the will of God and to correct people when they go astray people go in all different directions and many religions are established.
When the people are once again ready for the truth, God calls a prophet again, but people are so used to the philosophies of men that they picked up from the apostasy that they don't recognize that a new prophet has been called.
Why does the bible contradict itself?
The Bible is the word of God and originally was without error. However, it was translated during a time of apostasy. They had to use the knowledge of men to translate rather than the knowledge of God which was used to write it. Human error has slipped into the translation of the Bible although most of The Bible is still correctly translated and we should live by it's teachings.
The Quaran is actually the oldest translation of the Bible so in saying this the Bible came first. Does it really matter in the end? God is God Alla is Alla and Alla is God and God is Alla. The Quaran and the Bible are basically the same book with some differences.
The God of the bible is the only true God God is not allah, allah is satan. The Koran is not a holy book it is a book from satan. And is in no way a translation of the bible. Its teachings are in opposition to the bible.
@celafoe: Even if you do believe that, it's probably best not to announce it publicly on the internet.
Celafoe, your opinion about another religious book is like any other opinion---It's your preference, but you can't prove that the Bible is God's word, just like the Muslim can't prove that about the Q'uran.
the better question is, which book is more historically accurate and reliable?
The Bible came first, but sequence doesn't matter.
The Bible was written by Kabbalists over 3,000 years ago and the wisdom in it has remained hidden for most of that time for all but a few.
The Qur'an came over a thousand years ago. I don't know nearly enough about it. I suspect that it may have some hidden wisdom in it, also.
Authentic (not the New Age stuff) Kabbalah is now available to the general public.
Scripture has always been there and expressed differently by different men and women of God, depending on their level of consciousness (Spiritual awareness), and the century in which they lived.
The message has very little to do with what came first or second. They all speak of an Ultimate Force, and they all speak of Love. They are all guided by recommendations, which, if followed, is meant to end in a life of happiness or peace.
I do not recall the question of which came first or second being included in their laws or requirements.
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