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Why Can’t Prophet Muhammad be the Author of the Qur’an?

The Qur’an is a book of over 600 pages.


It covers a wide range of topics.


It was revealed gradually over a period of 23 years.


So, if a man would have written the Qur’an, we would already have a number of problems.

If you are going to write a book like the Qur’an, and claim that it is from God, you shouldn’t make any mistakes.


The book should not contradict itself and you should keep its message consistent gradually over a 23 year period.


The grammar must be the same and the style must remain the same.


If the Qur’an is not from God, he should write it himself.

This means that in the middle of the Arabian desert, without books and being illiterate himself.

He should know:

The law.

Civil rights.

Criminal rights.

Family rights.

Labor rights.

Military rights.

Personal injury rights.

Real Estate law.

Finance law.

He should know the stories, without books and with little Christians’ presence in Mecca.

He should know:

The histories and events of the prophets’ lives before him.

The history of nations’ past.

Religious practices of other religions.

He would have to know them well enough to be able to somehow offer additional information and details that are not found in these books.

He should know:

How to develop a nation or a government.

The worship and the purification.

Invent dietary laws.

Psychology.

Education of the children.

Arbitration Wealth.

Finance and business.

Science.

Embryology.

Oceanography.

Plate Tectonics.

Cloud Formation.

Uv Rays.

Plants.

Mountains.

The bees.

The human brain.

The big bang.

The expansion of the universe.

And for the book to be complete.

It should have:

The knowledge of the future, so that he can write the things that will happen coming years.

He would make sure that he can travel in time in order to insert his name in the Bible.

If he claims that the book he wrote is from God, there must not be a single contradiction, nor a solution that does not work.

He must also keep his emotions and his personal life outside of the book.

The book should not reflect the happy or sad times in his life.

The text should not become optimistic, nor pessimistic as if a human had written it.

But if you read the whole Qur’an, you do not feel his emotions:

When his wife is dead.

When his daughters are married.

When his grandchildren are born.

When he was victorious and when he was defeated.

For anyone who examines the Qur’an, it becomes perfectly clear that it is impossible that a man in the desert 1400 years ago could have written such a book.

Would it be if it was a committee of brilliant thinkers, a secret society tasked with correcting and updating and rewriting the Qur’an over the years, their job would be to make sure that the book seems accurate, that it contains no errors or contradictions.

And it is constantly updated to be in accordance with science and the evolving world.

If this were the case, there would be other versions of the Qur’an, due to changes and improvements.

We would have new edited versions and old versions with errors.

You would be able to detect the different styles of writing and the influences of different authors.

So a man didn’t write it, and a committee didn’t edit it, so where did it come from?

What about the possibility of intelligent devils dictating and influencing a man to write the Qur’an?

What kind of devil calls for good behavior, worship of God, honouring of Jesus and his mother, donating to the Poor, and warns people about the devil?

No matter how you analyze the Quran, you will come to a clear conclusion, it could not have been written by a committee, a devil or the prophet Muhammed.

Since it is impossible for Muhammed to have written it, it means that he was telling the truth that the Quran is from God.

If it is from God, it means that he was a true prophet, and his message must be listened to and respected.

Referance:

Islam chat. Youtube

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