Is the Quran or Bible the Word of God? Christianity or Islam?

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Quran Manuscripts, Copyist Errors, and Viable Variants

Appreciating the textual tradition of the Quran, such as copyist errors, should open doors for Muslims to understand that the textual tradition of the Christian and Jewish Scriptures does not invalidate them from being the Word of God.

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Sana Quran

The Sana Quran palimpsest is a significant find because it is one of the oldest extant Quran manuscripts; it is different from the standard Quran disseminated by Uthman; and it is manuscript evidence of a different textual tradition from Uthman.

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Bart Ehrman

Bart Ehrman’s explanation why he would not attempt to apply his scholarship toward the Quran.

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Stefan Wild: The History of the Quran

The following is a lecture given by Dr. Stefan Wild on the history of the Quran. Dr. Stefan Wild is a leading scholar in oriental studies, the Quran, Arabic lexicography, classical and modern Arabic literature. He is the only modern Western scholar in the field of oriental studies to be invited to Medina to participate in a scholarly debate about the Quran.

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