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eBook How the Quran Corrects the Bible: 200+ Ways Islam Unites Judaism and Christianity ePub

by Mohamed Ghounem

eBook How the Quran Corrects the Bible: 200+ Ways Islam Unites Judaism and Christianity ePub
Author: Mohamed Ghounem
Language: English
ISBN: 0972851887
ISBN13: 978-0972851886
Publisher: MNMC (December 5, 2003)
Pages: 216
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 508
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A book of Corrections; which lists the ways the Quran corrects the Old and New Testament. 10. Lists the various Biblical differences between Judaism and Christianity and how the Quran settles those points of dispute.

A book of Corrections; which lists the ways the Quran corrects the Old and New Testament. 8. Detailed descriptions of over 200 miracles in the Quran. What thousands of priests and thousands of years could not do: the Quran does. 9. Extensively lists the Differences and Similarities between the Quran and the Bible.

Start by marking How the Quran Corrects the Bible . You will see exactly which verses of the Quran correct those errors from the Bible! Contains Islamic replies to established excuses by Jewish and Christian scholars! Provides you with a new climax in comparative religion analysis!

Start by marking How the Quran Corrects the Bible: 200+ Ways Islam Unites Judaism and Christianity as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Show Christians and Jews the truth of the Qur’an while showing them the errors of the Bible! You will see exactly which verses of the Quran correct those errors from the Bible!

Witness how the Koran answers Gospel and Torah difficulties. From America to Israel, Europe to Africa, discover how God is uniting Christians and Jews worldwide as Muslims.

Witness how the Koran answers Gospel and Torah difficulties. Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world; in this book, you will learn why. The path to Heaven is now illuminated more than ever. Witness how the Koran answers Gospel and Torah difficulties.

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Are you sure you want to remove 200+ Ways the Quran Helps the Bible from your list? . How Islam Unites Judaism and Christianity. by Mohamed, M Ghounem. Published May 13, 2007 by MNMC.

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The book claims that Quran is continuity of Bible and was sent down to.It also outlines 200 inconsistencies in Bible and their Quranic explanations.

The book claims that Quran is continuity of Bible and was sent down to correct the inaccuracies in the Bible that crept in due to translation errors or intentional modifications by clergy. It further says that God has a plan to unify Judaism, Christianity and Islam and for this purpose He has revealed Quran to prophet Muhammad. The book claims to cover many points overlooked by theologians.

Mohamed Ghounem, 200+ Ways the Quran Corrects the Bible: How Islam Unites Judaism and Christianity. Newtown, CT: Multi-National Muslim Committee, 2004. Bearing the Word: Prophecy m Biblical and Qur'anic Perspective. New York: Church House Publishing, 2005. What kind of information is out there for a non-Muslim who wishes to become familiar with Islam's sacred text? In particular, how do these works present and understand the relationship between the Qur'an and the Bible?

"From America to Israel, Europe to Africa, discover how God is uniting Christians and Jews worldwide as Muslims. Witness how the Koran answers Gospel and Torah difficulties. Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world; in this book, you will learn why. The path to Heaven is now illuminated more than ever."
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Delaath
This is an excellent book that exposes the deep flaws of Bible. Before, reading this book, I was under impression that some elements of truth might have been left in the Bible. Now, I find that the Bible and thus Christianity have no intellectual legs to stand on. It is amazing how still in this day and age people blindly follow this religion of idolatry masquerading as "monotheism". Do these people think? I recommend this book for all those people who think Bible is the word of God and Christianity is a monotheistic religion.

definition of monotheism:
According to Dictionary.com Unabridged (v 1.0.1):
monotheism
-noun
the doctrine or belief that there is only one God.
[Origin: 1650-60; mono- + (poly)theism]

According to American Heritage Dictionary
The doctrine or belief that there is only one God.

According to WordNet - Cite This Source
monotheism
n : belief in a single God [ant: polytheism]

So it is very simple:

1+1+1 != 1 therefore not monothesim
1 = 1 therefore monothesim

Thus Christianity is not monothesim. It is in fact polytheism.
Jube
This book would have perhaps deserved a better rating had Ghounem's stated purpose been something like "A survey of Islamic objections to the Bible", but a single volume, especially one that is only about 200 pages in text, that purports to successfully demonstrate 210 alleged problems in the Bible, refute Christian apologists' answers to these problems, and exhibit how the Qur'an shows superiority in each of these cases, is doomed to failure. After all, Ghounem is trying to refute the Christian responses detailed in books that are substantially longer than Ghounem's (to this I'll also add that the apologetic defenses are generally much more scholarly than Ghounem's rebuttals to these defenses as well)

Mohamed divides his presentation into ten main chapters, each examining one broader topic, such as the Biblical vs. Qur'anic views of God; there are also chapters on the two books' views of prophets, science, laws, history, women, Jesus, the Trinity, the afterlife, and a final one on miscellaneous subjects. Each of the 210 sections is divided into 4 parts. The first part (Errancy) is to demonstrate an alleged problem in the Bible (which is either a possible contradiction in the Bible regarding a certain issue, a supposed scientific error, a problem in Biblical morality, etc. depending on the context). In the second part of each section (Excuse), Ghounem gives a brief summary of Christian responses to the alleged problem. The third part contains a rebuttal to the summary of the Christian response, with the fourth and final part (Correction) of each section consisting of a Qur'anic quote where an issue is supposedly clarified (or corrected).

An introductory chapter begins the book where the author categorizes certain approaches taken by Christian apologists, followed by attempted justifications as to why he dismisses the apologists' claims. One example is Ghounem's dismissal of apologists' appeals to various translation errors found in English translations of the Bible (IOW, sometimes erroneous translations of the Bible are the reason for apparent errors in the Bible). Ghounem dismisses this approach often throughout his book, not by arguing against the various apologists' linguistic analyses, but simply by arguing that because "Bible apologetics want us to still believe that the Bible is Divine and inerrant in every language of the world when that is linguistically impossible", errors in the translations are viable grounds for claiming that there are errors in the Bible. This is an unfortunate claim in light of the fact that the vast majority of Christians certainly do not hold the view that Ghounem attributes to them. The closest group to such a claim may be the "KJV only" crowd, yet they are typically considered extremists and not representative of mainstream Christianity. Although there are errors in translations of the Qur'an, Ghounem sees this to not be a problem simply because "the Qur'an is only authentic in Arabic". However, again, no Christian scholar of which I'm aware denies that it is only in the original languages of the Bible (i.e. Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic) that it is actually inspired. This inaccurate attribution of Ghounem's already renders many of his "rebuttals" moot.

Another example of typical defenses often employed by Biblical apologists that Ghounem shuns is the appeal that certain Biblical verses should be understood metaphorically. However, virtually no Biblical scholar would argue that the Bible does not use metaphorical language in places, and hence the appeal to a metaphorical understanding of a given passage (in order to negate a charge of "contradiction", "scientific error," or what have you) may well be reasonable. Ghounem rarely interacts with the breadth of the apologetic arguments in the specific cases, but merely dismisses them because they use this argument, which he claims to be fallacious. However, once again, the same problem exists with the Qur'an. We wonder, for example, if Ghounem would not try to metaphorically explain such potentially problematic Qur'anic passages like S:18:86, where it is said that the sun sets in a muddy spring of water! The Qur'an is also commonly charged by its critics with portraying the shape of the earth as flat rather than spherical. [...] Obviously, to merely cite proof-texts, deny a metaphorical explanation a priori, and simply draw the conclusion of a Qur'anic error without interacting with the specific Muslim defenses of such problematic texts, would be unscholarly, but this is what we often find Ghounem doing with the Bible.

Thus, one of the major flaws in this book is that the methodology employed by the author could easily be reversed to make the Bible look "good" and the Qur'an look "bad". While it is true that there are difficult passages in the Bible pointed out by critics, the same is certainly true for that of the Qur'an. In fact, answering-islam.org has compiled a list of well over 100 such problems. Only by applying a very biased and one-sided methodology can one simply make light of the problems in one book while amplifying those found in the other.

Nor will it suffice to treat these issues in an average of only one page apiece, since this amounts to an approach comprised mostly of "proof-texts". Ghounem tries to show that the Bible's view of women is inferior to that of the Qur'an by citing a few controversial Biblical texts regarding women, and comparing those to some texts in the Qur'an that place women in a more favorable light. However, such an approach simply does not give us a balanced view of women from either book. Ghounem does not tell us, for instance, of the Qur'anic allowance of men to beat their wives as a last resort for their disobedience (S. 4:34), or the Qur'anic allowance of men to have sex with their female slaves (even if one or the other is already married! e.g. S 70:22-30), nor are we told of the numerous traditions that corroborate a saying of Mohamed that the majority of those in hell are women because of their ungratefulness to their husbands and good deeds done to them (e.g. Sahih Bukhari Vol. 1, Book 2, #28). On this last point, it should be pointed out that this is not to be found within the Qur'an, but rather the Sahih Hadith. Ghounem points out in the introduction that, to avoid complicating matters, he does not delve into issues stemming from the Talmud, Hadith, or Catholic Tradition. However, in the case of Islam, the Hadith are very important since the authentic collections (e.g. esp. Bukhari and Muslim) are considered authoritative by the vast majority of Muslims, 2nd in importance only to the Qur'an.

In fact, such an inconsistent methodology pervades the book. Ghounem tries to argue that the Bible (even the New Testament) prescribes the death penalty for apostasy, even though the death penalty for apostasy in Islam is well-established by various Sahih Hadith (e.g. Sahih Bukhari Vol. 4, Book 52, #260). Such examples of Ghounem's inconsistent methodology could be multiplied over and over, but these should suffice to make the point. If one were wanting to give a truly scholarly presentation of all of these issues in the Bible and the Qur'an, it would be necessary to look at both the "good" AND the controversial passages found in each and consider them against their background cultures (which are often very different from our own). Whole books have been written on such issues that Ghounem tries to collapse into only a few pages, with the express purpose of putting forth the Qur'an's "good side" against the Bible's "bad side". Again, this unscholarly methodology could easily be reversed, but of course that would be, for the same reasons, unscholarly.

My best advice to the reader would be to compare Ghounem's treatment of the apologetic arguments side-by-side with the actual material contained within the books listed in Ghouenm's bibliography (i.e. the ones he is claiming to be refuting). If this is done, the objective reader will quickly see that Ghounem simply has not dealt amply with the apologetic assertions on such matters. Moreover, the reader should consider that Muslim apologists in dealing with Qur'anic problems often utilize similar methodologies that are employed by Christian apologists in reconciling Biblical problems (the very ones that Ghounem rejects). Many such attempts at solving difficulties can be found on-line.

While Mohamed writes with a friendly, and apparently very sincere, spirit, he tries to accomplish way too much for one volume, and as with anybody trying to refute thousands of pages of Biblical scholarship in a mere 200 pages, fails to accomplish his task at virtually every turn. For those wanting a more balanced book on "comparative religion" issues regarding Christianity and Islam, I highly recommend Dr. William Campbell's "The Qur'an and Bible in the Light of History & Science".
Bumand
I advise everyone to read this book... if you're a Muslims you'll get some knowledge.. if you're Jewish or christian.. you'll get a MASSIVE amount of knowledge that could simply change your life! and I'm not just simply saying that... this books talks about the shadowy part of the bible that is not taught on Sunday school.. Plus, this book eliminates the bad image of Islam which was put in our minds by the media.
Arashilkis
Mr. Ghounem has enlightened me with his beautiful and subtly titled book. This remarkable book can serve as a bridge and unite our Christan and Jewish Bretheren. A must read for all Christian, Jews,Muslims and all true seekers of Knowledge. Ibn Sina, Craig wynn , J P Holdings , Wild Cat ? Are u listening???

A bonus for all would be to follow up the critques written by wild cat of tektonics.org and the replies posted in return by Mr. Ghounem himself, Unfortunately , I was not able to read the last addendum by Mr. Ghounem as his website Jewsforallah.org was hacked !! Wonder if the culprit is reading this!! Good luck Mr. Ghounem for your future books
Billy Granson
Ok, I must admit that I was a bit skeptical when I first read the title, 200+ Ways the Quran Corrects the Bible, but then I brought the book, and fell in love with it! It really is such an awesome book, and I went on the publisher's website and read their top ten reasons to buy the book and I couldn't agree more!

Check out their top ten reasons and buy this book, then see how many more reasons you can think of to keep this book forever and possibly buy more copies of this book for others! Can you tell that I have become a fan or what?? lol!
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