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Debate: Is the Quran the direct words of God?

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Is the Quran the direct word of God?

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Yes

  • of course the koran is the word of god, it was revealed to the last prophet, propht muhammad S.A.W ( peace be upon him), dont u see our guide is the koran.



No

has God himself came on to the earth and recided it mohd. prophet ,of course no, you can say that as it gives us the ways to lead a good life we can worship it


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