Falsification Test 5 – Do You Want to Prove the Quran Wrong

Zakir Naik

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AI: Summary © The speaker discusses a test they will be conducting to prove that the Quran is accurate. They give examples of how to prove it, such as quoting a verse from the Quran and citing a source. The speaker emphasizes the importance of proving it through a single condition and avoiding bias.
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Now you'll ask me if it was accurate. I don't know how to.

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I'm going to do How can I try and prove the Quran wrong? There are many falsification test. I'll give you one more

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anyone can take but

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I started my talk by quoting a verse of the Quran from Surah Nisa, chapter number four was the editor he says Furla karuna, the Quran while apana meaning the gorilla lover to defeat the love and cathedra Do they not consider the Quran with care? Had it been from anyone besides Allah? anyone besides Almighty God? There have been many contradictions. So if you want to prove the Quran wrong

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only thing you have to do is take out a single contradiction in the Quran

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if anyone takes out a single condition, the Quran the Quran will be proved wrong. Not that people did not try many people tried you go on the internet, you will find 1000 contradictions, but all of them either out of context

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or mistranslation, or illogical.

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So this is called as a falsification test. So Quran showed other way how to prove itself wrong. If you think it's not from God, you have to prove it wrong. Right? Take a single condition the Quran would be proved wrong.

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This is called as

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the falsification test.

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Anyone

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who believes in God will immediately agree if he's unbiased with what I've said in the last

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manner. He left to agree that the Quran is from God.