A troubling perspective on The Koram is that it's apparently time-bound; a document that can, and has been, "corrected" over time to reflect changes in the needs, desires and socio-political goals of the Muslim administration to suit their current intentions. Whatever those are. (world domination...)
Here's an interesting discussion that unveils & clarifies the problem, coming from a once proud Islamic apologist:
The Problem of Abrogation in the Quran
Heck; at least a devoted Christian sticks to his or her guns, as it were, though their intransigence is often befuddling. On that
note, as it directly relates to the general topic of Abrogation
, I happened to hear, this very morning on the BBC broadcast "The World", a discussion about how the "other" major Christian denominations such as Baptists, Protestants and all the various Evangelical extremists [as in: beyond the apparently clear-headed Roman Catholic Church] have finally come round to accepting
the obvious facts we know as Evolution.
This is expected to begin to officially filter down to the local church level, in the form of a blushing statement sorta like "Well of course we Christians always knew it was right; you just didn't understand why we debated it. We knew it all along!" sort of a late-add clean-the-rotting-cream-pie-offa-my-face statement.
After all, the commentator noted, only a truly blind and stubborn literalist could, in light of a logical questioning process [science] which has created modern DNA genotyping, geological and paleontological dating, and all the other reproducible and peer-reviewed finds we've made over the years, actually deny
that Evolution has
But it seems that the Muslims can apparently just change their official minds [i.e.: Abrogate..]
as a time-honored and approved/official process as time goes on because even with their predominantly ill-educated minion followers, the truth will eventually slip in and befuddle their goals of cultural domination.
Afer all, yah can't hid the durned truth forever, now can yah?
Enjoy, and salam alaikum