I apologize if that came off as a personal attack.
It sounded so, but apology accepted.
Then you can say that, since you believe that God forbade polygamy for Christianity, that a Christian can not have a second wife as that would be invalid marriage and thus he would be committing adultery, that is something I can accept. But God did not prescribe such law for us, any marriage up to the fourth is valid and not considered as fornication or adultery.
God did not give you another Law than Christ's statements. It was Mohammad who fabricated his scripture and imposed his rules on you without God's consent.
Be careful not to express heretical views, if the relationship between Adam and Eve was perfect then she wouldn't have lead him to his and her downfall.
I did not say the relation between Adam and Eve were perfect, but I do not also believe that God put enmity between Adam and Eve at the time of their banishment from Heaven. Imperfect or impaired relations do not necessarily require enmity.
The only thing you seem to be save from is your salvation. What a dreadful safety that is!
You sound like your pagan prophet.
No, it's not dependant on fractions, but the fact that Christianity was intended to the Israelites but heretics like Paul spread it to the gentiles lead to the never ending deviation and schisms we're witnessing today.
What you are saying now is not relevant to what you said previously on this issue.
Muslims suffer from a psychological sickness: Paulophobia.
Your Allah seems unaware of Paul and his actions though. He once said Christ's disciples prevailed the party of the disbelievers. That makes a lot of sense when we remember how God and Christ supported Paul in the spread of the Gospel to the entire world.
An important note: Your scripture says Jesus and His mother were made a sign for MANKIND, not only for Israel. Thus, the Qur'an designates not only Mohammad, but also Jesus as a mercy to humanity. Read your scripture better.
Everything that happens to men, be it deceive, torture or else happens by the will of the Almighty for God is omnipotent and nothing happens against his will.
Your Allah may be deceiving you now by asking you to follow Mohammad. How do you know he will not say on the Day of Judgment: "Surprise! I fooled you guys when I made Mohammad a prophet. This was a test that all Muslims failed".
The fact that they lived during the revelation makes it easier for them not harder, they had more time to memorize, just about everyone in the community was an exempler Muslim so most of them were trying to memorize it as well, which means that they could ask just the next guy if they wanted help a bout a passage, not to mention that they lived with the best of man kind himself.
NO. It is easier to memorize a fixed and concrete text rather than an abstract one in progress.
Islamic history rebuts your allegation. There arose many problems concerning the reading of certain verses after Mohammad's death. More, there was no one to check the accuracy of the recitation after Mohammad's death. How can you know for sure that those people did not make deliberate or accidental changes to the particular text in their memory? There was no standard document when Mohammad died.
Above all, the Qur'an contains textual variations, which proves that the memorization process was not smooth and perfect.
Why would you want the precise translation? Perhaps they made an hour speech talking about internal affairs of Egyptian state and society and talked about their families something that can not be recorded in the Quran. They also could've just pointed to Moses and Aaron where were standing next to them and said we believe in their God, or perhaps, Moses and Aaron asked them if they believed in their God and they said yes. The essential is that they believed in the God of Moses and Aaron.
I do not want maybes. If the Qur'an is truly a revelation and dictation from your Allah, I naturally expect it to have no textual variations and anomalies.
I am repeating my question: Did the Egyptians say "Lord of Aaron and Moses" or "Lord of Moses and Aaron"? Was it difficult or impossible for your Allah to get the precise order of that sequence and reveal it to you in the Qur'an?
There's no dancing there, even before the reign of Uthman, there were Muslims all over the place, and all of them memorized big portions of the Quran if not all of it, this didn't change after he wrote down the Mus'haf.
Then why was there a need for a textual arrangement? Why did Uthman deem it necessary to standardize the Qur'an before multiplying its copies?
I hope you did, but you don't and you know this.
The Quran was compiled by all Muslims in their hearts and minds.
Wrong answer! I did not ask who it was compiled by. My question is: where is the Qur'an of Abu Bakr's time? Give it to me for a comparison.