Replying to the kuffar

Question ID: 30095

The kuffar try to refute the following verse where Allah says Don’t they ponder over the Quran, had it been from anyone besides Allah, they would surely have found therein many contradictions´┐Ż (Quraan 4:82).

They argue that there are no contradictions found in ‘novel xyz’ but that doesn’t make ‘novel xyz’ true, so how can we say that the Quraan is true just because there are no contradictions found in the Quraan?

Muftisaab can I respond to the kuffar by saying:

This verse relates to those books which people say are the words of Allah – such as the Vedas, the Torah and The Gospels.

Nobody claims that ‘novel xyz’ is the words of Allah anyway. Moreover we already know who the author of ‘novel xyz’ is so it is clear that it ‘novel xyz’ is the not the words of Allah.

The Vedas, the Torah and the Gospels, however, are what people claim are the words of Allah, but in these books (present day versions), there are many contradictions hence we know that these present day versions are not the words of Allah.

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Asked on October 10, 2013 12:40 pm
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You may argue as stated.

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