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Compare And Contrast The Bible To The Koran

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The Bible is a collection of sixty books that was written by diverse of authors, including the apostles and the disciple of Jesus. The Bible divided into two Testaments; the Old and New Testament. The Old Testament or the old contract is a collection of thirty-six books and the New Testament has twenty seven books. The New Testament is a contract between God and the humanity through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Koran was written by Muhammad, a prophet of God. Muslims believed that he received a message from Angel Gabriel and wrote the Koran. However, Both the Bible and the Koran are the words of God. The Christians believe in the resurrection of Christ Jesus has the son of God while the Muslims do not believe Jesus Christ as the son of God.
The Bible was written in Hebrew, Greek and Arabians with a collection of sixty six books. Scholars believed that the New Testament was written by some apostles and the disciples of Christ while the Old Testament. Moses himself wrote the book of Exodus.He received the ten commandments of God that contains the religions of Jews and Christians.” You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain, for the Lord will not acquit whosoever takes His name in vain.”(Exodus 20:5) In this context, our God is merciful but you cannot play with His name. However, Jesus came to save the world in his journey, He teaches his disciple to obey the word of God and stated that if you sin and repent, God will forgive you, but there is no forgiveness for those who sin against the Holy Spirit. Which means that it does not matter if you kill a thousand people in the world when you repent you will be forgiven. And Jesus teaches us to forgive others Similar to the Koran, God forgives your sin when you repent, but if you wait until your last breath and ask for forgiveness, He will not forgive you and you will go to Hell and does not allow to commit suicide and shall honor your parents, respect your neighbor.
The God in the Koran allow you to marry more than one woman and if you want to get a divorce, you cannot take her anything you have given to her. “You shall not marry the women whom your fathers married: all previous such marriages excepted. That was an evil practice, indecent and abominable” (4:20). While in the Bible you can only have one wife and cannot replace the woman until her death. You can get a divorce when she commits adultery, but you are not allowed to marry another one. In the Koran, if you wish to replace one wife with another, do not take from her anything the downy you have given. Both, the Bible and the Koran teaches the believers to wait until marriage because fornicator is a sin in the eyes of God. To avoid punishment women and men must stay celibate if they do not want to build in the fire you can marry a person, but this person will conduct you to go to hell marry someone but you cannot commit adultery. At this point, the believers must pray before they choose a person to...

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