Does the “Bible” ever mention anything about the Quran?
i kinda had a debate in school with a friend on religious views. well, it all started with him going against my decision to watch The Golden Compass because he thinks the plot was really about a girl trying to “destroy God.” anyways… after that, he kinda went a bit beserk with the whole religious issues. i mean i hold on pretty tight with my Islamic beliefs and all but i ain’t all that religious, religious… you know, up to the point where i cover my self head-to-toe and don’t speak to guys at all (that’s just a bit too extreme.) after a while, he shifted the conversation to Islam. he, as a Christian, looked down on me for not believing that Jesus was the Son of God. he made a long lecture about the whole subject. it was like he wanted to convince me to change my views… but then i told him that the Quran was the last Holy Book sent down by God, and it mentions the Zabur, Torah, and the Bible… and also the Day of Judgement… and yet the Bible doesn’t mention zip about the Quran.
(sorry if it’s a lot to read)
but yeah, my friend just kept on asking me why i don’t just follow what the Bible says and thought it kinda ridiculous that i’m not.
i know it doesn’t… it was just one of those rhetorical type of questions or however you want to say it…
i guess it was just me trying to make a point to my friend as to why i follow the Quran…
the Quran is the last book ever sent down by God. and it explains everything. and the Bible was sent before… and i don’t see why many still follow that…
but hey… i still show respect to those of different beliefs… just not so much to those who can’t respect my own beliefs…
urgh… i just don’t know how else to explain it. lol xP
Answer by Sheep w/ Shotguns
of course not, the bible was written hundreds of years before the koran. the koran DOES however speak of the “people of the book” implying christians, as well as many of the characters found in the old and new testament.
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