eDigest: Is the Bible Literally True? No, of Course Not!

Epigraph

He (Allah) has sent down to thee (Muhammad) the Book containing the truth and fulfilling that which precedes it; and He sent down the Torah and the Gospel. (Al Quran 3:4)  

The archaeologists claim their study shows that text in the Bible was compiled long after the events described in it and challenges the holy book as a historical document

The archaeologists claim their study shows that text in the Bible was compiled long after the events described in it and challenges the holy book as a historical document

Lead post collected by Dr. Amtul Q Farhat , the Muslim Times’ Editor for Canada

 

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