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Last edited at 4:11AM on 12/6/2013
The whole book is mainly a mistake. It's disorganized for one thing and contradicts itself in numerous ways.
The Bible is organized. It starts out, "In the Beginning God created the Heavens and the Earth." It ends with a new heaven and a new earth wherein dwells righteousness, and Jesus is the light in heaven so it needs no lights. The New Jerusalem comes out of heaven in Rev. 21.
Jesus is a compassionate messenger, but much more than a messenger. The Quran speaks of him being another messenger. However, they don't acknowledge that he is the Holy Son of God.
The Bible is 66 different books written by several different men who existed in vastly different times from one another over several thousand years from Genesis to Revelation. There are no 'mistakes' but there are a few minor differences in minor and unimportant areas due to the fact some books were written hundreds of years before others. In the important content, Gods intent, His message and His meaning there is absolute consistency given historical, political and social contexts of the times each book was written.
God says in the first verses in Qur'an: Alif Laam Meem. That is the (Holy) Book, where there is no doubt. It is a guidance for the cautious (of evil and Hell). And God says also: 'If mankind and jinn combined together to produce the like of this Koran, they would never be able to produce one like it, not even if they were to help one another. '