The Smashing of the Tablets
May 30, 2006
...continued from The Qur'an and Da Code
According to Islam, every single word of the Qur'an is an 'exact' reproduction of tablets existing eternally in heaven.
Unfortunately for Islam, the redactors of the Qur'an THOUGHT that the 'Virgin Birth' doctrine was based on the New Testament.
It was included in the Qur'an, and even enlarged upon, to enhance the Qur'an's claim to be a 'further revelation' from Allah.
Thus, by binding itself intimately to the Christian scriptures, the Qur'an could also partake in the enormous clout and authority invested in those scriptures by the Christian world.
Who would dare to question? A clever plot, what?
So, when this blog has conclusively demonstrated that the doctrine of the Virgin Birth IS NOT based on the New Testament...what fate awaits its wholly dependent Qur'anic daughter doctrine?
Perhaps some old fashioned Mosaic-style tablet smashing?
Coming up: Trinity on Trial - A summary