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Old 12-17-2010, 09:31 PM
 
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I see you're quite good at sidestepping comments you don't want to reply to. One thing has nothing to do with the other. The Exodus (or whatever event actually occurred and has come down to us in written form as the Exodus) occurred centuries before Muhammad was born. So Muhammad and Moses could not possibly have met...except in a fictional account.


you did not get my point.

is dividing the sea by a staff something believable or not believable

it is something not believable but it did happen.

By God

Same thing when Mohammed met Moses .
it is something not believable but it did happen.
By God.
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Old 12-17-2010, 09:52 PM
 
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I think back to an exercise which a group of managers were required to take forty years ago. The instructor told a story, nothing complicated just a Tom and Judy story about something which happened in their workplace to a selected individual from the class. There were eighteen of us. One by one beginning with the one who heard the story two people would be outside the room with one passing along the story to the next. The last person who heard the story from the sixteenth trip outside the room came back and told what he had heard. It was so rediculous when compared to the written text of the story that the entire class laughed aloud. Every time a story is told two things happen:

1) Some of the content is lost in the telling

2) Something is added to the content in the telling

Conclusion:

100,000 or ten million could hear or see the same thing and by the time it was told three times it would not replicate the actual happening.

Anything which is transferred by verbal communication changes each time it is repeated.

Note:

Paper was not invented till about 500 AD and it was first used in the Orient.

Among the Muslims there are people who memorized the Quran from someone who memorized from some before him and so on until they reach to the time of the final prophet

And if you hear all the Quran from them every one will say the same thing and also if you compare what they said to the first written copy of the Quran you will find them identical.


for more please see Proof of The Preservation of the Quran




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