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Imran Abid

What is the Islamic view of the Bible, and how does it differ from Christian views?

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  1. The Islamic View of the Bible

    In Islam, the Bible is considered to be a holy scripture, but it is believed to have been altered and corrupted over time, therefore not considered in its current form as the authentic Word of God. Muslims believe that the original message delivered by Allah (God) to the prophets, including Moses and Jesus, was later modified by humans, so the current Bible does not accurately represent the message of the prophets. The Quran is considered the final and unaltered revelation of God, which supersedes all previous revelations.

    Christian Belief about Bible

    In contrast, Christians believe that the Bible is the inspired and infallible Word of God and that it contains the complete message of salvation. They also believe that the Bible is the only authoritative source of revelation and the final authority on all matters of faith and practice.

    Difference between Islamic and Christian View

    Thus, the Islamic view of the Bible differs from the Christian view in that it regards the Bible as a holy scripture, but not the final and authentic revelation from God. Instead, Muslims view the Quran as the final and most accurate revelation from God.

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