Let the Bible Speak

The author said in the beginning, “After reading the Bible carefully and completely, I found it containing the following texts: (1) False texts abusing the attributes of God (2) False texts abusing the prophets, falsely accusing them of adultery, fornication and idol-worshipping (3) Obscene tales full of graphic physical details (4) Strange stories, such as […]

  • Abdur-Rahman Demashkiah
  • 9960-672-98-0
  • International Islamic Publishing House
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Let the Bible Speak
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    The author said in the beginning, "After reading the Bible carefully and completely, I found it containing the following texts: (1) False texts abusing the attributes of God (2) False texts abusing the prophets, falsely accusing them of adultery, fornication and idol-worshipping (3) Obscene tales full of graphic physical details (4) Strange stories, such as the story of the trees that called for an election among all trees to select the president among them. Still there are many who know nothing about these things. The reason may be: (1) The mere length of the Biblical, more than 3000 pages, which makes it difficult for most people to read (2) The fact that many Christian do not read the Bible but claim it only as a matter of tradition (3) The activities of priests who only read to people what they choose for them to know.There is a stream of polemic Islamic publications that seeks to discredit the Bible in every conceivable manner. This booklet encourages serious Muslims not to ignore the response of Christians who do not accept the allegations of Muslims about the corruption of the Bible. It presents many good reasons for trusting the Bible. At least the Muslim should allow the Bible to speak for itself by reading it objectively. A plan for a two-month "Journey into the Bible" is attached that helps a Muslim to get started.The book of the religion remains always as proof of the religion. If the book is right then its religion is right, if it is wrong: then its religion is wrong.

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    • Abdur-Rahman Demashkiah
    • 9960-672-98-0
    • International Islamic Publishing House
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