Category Archives: Biblical Quranism

On the Identity of ‘Jews’ in Quran

In Traditional circles of Islam, Prophet Muhammad’s interactions with Jews is quite well-known. These stories are used to portray a less than positive picture of Jews. Not only that, Quran is misused to insinuate that the nation of Jews are … Continue reading

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Discussion with Khidr Amari: Introduction

This is a discussion with Khidr Amari whose writings may be found here. The main topic of this discussion is the Tri-Religious Myth  – the notion that Islam and the Quran – is part of a series of religions originating … Continue reading

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Discussion with Khidr Amari: Who Are Bani Israil?

Khidr: Now Farouk said that these calls are to humanity but this is incorrect to say these calls are to humanity as to say all of humanity at large. The call is to Bani Israel which narrows down to a … Continue reading

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Dialogues – Biblical Quranism – Quran and Other Scriptures Pt 4 (who was given at-tauraat and al-injeel?)

In the previous part of this series, we saw that it is impossible to prove that the Quranic personality *musa* was connected to the Quranic word at-tauraat(usually translated as the Torah). In this part, we will now look at the … Continue reading

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Dialogues – Biblical Quranism – Quran and Other Scriptures Pt 3 (Was *musa* given The Torah?)

Traditionally, Moses was given the Pentateuch (the first five books of the Old Testament)  or also known as the Torah. Traditional Muslims consider that Moses was given At-Tauraat which they also translate as the Torah. This is evident from their … Continue reading

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Dialogues – Biblical Quranism – Quran and Other Scriptures Pt 1

This essay is intended to give the QG understanding of the notion of ‘other scriptures’ in Quran. There are very interesting debates on whether Quran supports the idea of other scriptures, particularly the Bible.  This is very understandable. As many … Continue reading

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Dialogues – Biblical Quranism – Joseph Islam’s Mecca/Becca Article

I will begin the dialogue with Biblical Quranism with a critique of Joseph Islam’s article entitled Prophet Abraham’s Original Sanctuary – At Makkah (Mecca) or Bakkah (Baca) . I chose this particular article for a number of reasons, most notably … Continue reading

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