The Muslim Claim of Corruption
In spite of the fact that a) the Qur'an requires all Muslims to believe in the Torah, Zebur, and njil as the Word of God, and even though b) the Qur'an clearly states that no one can ever change the Word of God, c) nevertheless, most Muslims today believe that the Bible has been changed and corrupted. The reason why Muslims have not been able to see that these claims are contrary to all logic and reason is because there are many points of conflict between the Bible and the Qur'an. Muslims have made the a-priori assumption that the Qur'an could not be wrong, and therefore the Bible must have been changed. While all Muslims are commanded in the Qur'an to honor and obey Jesus as a prophet, at the same time most Muslims refuse to read or heed the commands of Jesus which are found only in the njil on the pretext that it has been changed. And so the pardox remains; since there are no direct quotations of Jesus to be found in the Qur'an, how can Muslims honestly say that they honor Jesus as a prophet while at the same time they refuse to read and obey Jesus's own words which are found only in the njil? At the core of these false claims of corruption is an innate hypocricy and a spirit of unbelief which needs to be exposed for what it is. The Qur'an challenges Christians to:
"bring your proof (of what ye state) if ye are truthful." (Bakara 2:111) This book takes up this challenge and provides ample proof from both the Bible and the Qur'an, as well as from historical and manuscript evidence, to show that the Bible that we have today is indeed trustworthy and reliable as the Word of God. This book exhorts Muslims to repent of their hypocritical double standards and their sin of unbelief and encourages them to read and obey the unchangeable Word of God as it is recorded and preserved in the Holy Bible.