A Koranic Contradiction Impossible to Explain Away

| April 17, 2011 | Comments (2)

The Koran says it is a clear book,you can understand it.It says it 5 times.

Example 1:

Chapter 11:1:

“ALIF. LAM. RA. A book whose verses are stablished in wisdom and then set forth with clearness from the Wise, the All-informed.”

Example 2:

Chapter 16:89:

“And on the day when we will raise up in every nation a witness against them from among themselves, and we will bring you as a witness against these,for we have sent down to you a book explaining clearly everything, and a guidance, and a mercy, and glad tidings to the believers.”

Example 3:

Chapter 6:114:

“Of other than God will I crave a decree, when it is He who has sent down to you the Book in detail, and those to who We gave the Book know that it is sent down from your Lord.In truth be not then of those who doubt.”

Example 4:

Chapter 41:3:

“A book whose signs are detailed,an Arabic Qur’an for a people who do know.”

Example 5:

Chapter 36:69:

“And We have not taught him (Note:Muhammad) poetry, nor was it proper for him; it is nothing but a reminder and a clear/plain Koran.”

 The Koran says it has No Contradictions

Chapter 4:82:

“Do they not meditate on the Koran? If it were from other than God they would find in it many a contradiction.”

But then it also says it has Obscure,Not-Clear Parts

Chapter 3:7:

“He it is who has revealed to you the Book:

1.Of which there are some verses that are decisive, they are the mother of the Book

2.And others ambiguous;

3.But as for those in whose hearts is perversity, they follow what is ambiguous, and crave for sedition, craving for interpretation of it;

4.But none know the interpretation of it except God.

But those who are well grounded in knowledge say, “We believe in it; it is all from our Lord”, but none will remember save those who possess minds. ”

In fact,the Koran has Alot of Words that have utterly No Meaning in Arabic

Words like Alim,Lam,Ra,etc.Neither individually not combined do they have a meaning.Here are all the nonsense words in the Koran:

http://www.avraidire.com/2010/04/completely-nonsense-phrases-in-the-koran/

Contradiction in the Koran

Koranic Assertion Number 1:

The Koran says one Only,and I repeat Only bears one’s Individual Load/Responsability

There are 3 examples:

Example 1:

Chapter 6:164:

“Say, “Other than God will I crave for a Lord when He is Lord of all?” but no soul will earn anything save against itself; nor will one bearing a burden bear the burden of another; and then to your Lord is your return, and He will inform you concerning that of which you dispute.”

Example 2:

Chapter 17:15:

“He who accepts guidance, accepts it only for his own soul: and he who errs, errs only against it; nor will one burdened soul bear the burden of another. Nor would we punish until we had sent an apostle.”

Example 3:

Chapter 53:35-38:

“Has he then the knowledge of the unseen, so that he can see?Has he not been informed of what is in the pages of Moses and Abraham who fulfilled his word?

That no burdened soul will bear the burden of another?”

Then it says the Opposite Assertion

Koranic Assertion Number 2( with 2 examples):

Example 1:

Chapter 16:25:

“Let them:

1.Bear the burden of their sins entirely on the resurrection day,

2.And some of the burdens of those who they led astray without knowledge.

Ay! an ill burden will they bear.”

Example 2:

Chapter 29:13:

“But they will surely:

1.Bear their own burdens,

2.And burdens with their burdens;

And they will surely be asked on resurrection day concerning what they did devise.”

Compare Chapter 16:89 and Chapter 16:25:

It is in the same chapter.

The Koran Explains Clearly

Chapter 16:89:

“And on the day when we will raise up in every nation a witness against them from among themselves, and we will bring you as a witness against these,for we have sent down to you a book explaining clearly everything, and a guidance, and a mercy, and glad tidings to the believers.”

The Koran Clearly says one will Bear Another’s Burden

Chapter 16:25:

“Let them:

1.Bear the burden of their sins entirely on the resurrection day,

2.And some of the burdens of those who they led astray without knowledge.

Ay! an ill burden will they bear.”

Yet in chapters 6:164,17:15 and 53:35-38 it contradicts 16:25 and 29:13.

Conclusion

The Koran has the words of a man,Muhammad.He gave his 114 chapters in the course of 20 years so he said one thing in one year and several years later,not remembering exactly what he had said,contradicted himself on the very same theme.

To verify the Koranic citations go to quranbrowser.com, which has:

1.Six translations by Muslims.
2.Four translations by Non-Muslims.
3.The text in Arabic,with Latin letters.

http://quranbrowser.com/

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