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Featured The Quran as a miracle - is it a legitimate challenge?

Discussion in 'Religious Debates' started by Link, Jun 15, 2021.

  1. Link

    Link Well-Known Member
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    Are you saying people with dyslexia can't recognize eloquence? If they listen to someone reciting it, they can't recognize eloquence?
     
  2. Muffled

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    I believe I don't equate eloquence with the Qu'ran. In my experience God speaks plainly most of the time and the parables of Jesus are meant to help people understand more difficult concepts. I find eloquence in the writings of gurus and the Baha'u'llah but that is not from God.
     
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    If God wanted to set forth a sign of credibility accessible to everyone, why would God have chosen a means which excludes DIRECT access for some (while all people can recognise eloquence, people with dyslexia are excluded from appreciating the sign directly by reading the text but have to rely on the word of another)?
     
  4. Link

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    There is direct access, because Quran was passed orally, and people recite it all the time. You don't need to recite yourself to appreciate it.
     
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