From whence comes the Qur’an?-”Holy books have a history”

In the following video presentation, Dr. Andy Bannister presents a compelling analysis of the origins of the Quran which challenges the standard popular model that states that Mohammad borrowed or did a bit of ‘cut & paste’ from the Taurat and the New Testament Gospels
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The Quran and History–do they sync?

I would like to make a plug for James R. White’s book, What Every Christian Needs to Know About the Qur’an. It is a valuable resource, both for the Christian, as well as the Muslim, in understanding the background, historical context, and claims of the Quran. I will includ
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The question: Why was Jesus crucified? ‘What think ye of Christ? Whose son is he?’-Matt. 22:42 by Lane

Both the New Testament (NT) and the Quran’s account of Jesus’ crucifixion, agree on one thing: there was a crucifixion and Jesus, or Isa al-Masih as he is referred too in the Quran, was at the center of the event. (For more on this topic see, The Historicity of the Crucifixion & t
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Historicity of the Crucifixion & the Law of Non-contradiction

According to the law of non-contradiction, two propositions are contradictory if they both affirm and deny the same thing, at the same time, and in the same sense or in the same relationship. Now let’s put this law to the test: In the Quran, it states that: And their saying, “We did k
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