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7 Reasons to Read the Glorious Quran 1 Inimitable It dares you to disprove it How It says that humans cannot write a book like this even if they pooled all their resources together and got help also from the spirits The Quran said this fourteen hundred years ago and yet no one has been able to disprove it Billions of books have been written but not another one like the Quran 2 Incorruptible It is the only religious sacred writing that has been in circulation for such a long time and yet remains as pure as it was in the beginning The Quran was kept intact Nothing was added to it nothing was changed in it and nothing was taken away from it ever since its revelation was completed 1400 hundred years ago 3 Unsurpassable The Quran is Gods final revelation to humankind God revealed the Torah to Moses the Psalms to David the Gospel to Jesus and finally the Quran to Muhammad Peace be upon Moses David Jesus and Muhammad No other book will came from God to surpass His final revelation 4 Indisputable The Quran withstands the test of time and scrutiny No one can dispute the truth of this book It speaks about past history and turns out right It speaks about the future in prophecies and it turns our right It mentions details of physical phenomena which were not known to people at the time yet later scientific discoveries prove that the Quran was right all along Every other book needs to be revised to accord with modern knowledge The Quran alone is never contradicted by a newly discovered scientific fact 5 Your Roadmap for Life and Afterlife The Quran is the best guidebook on how to structure your life No other bok presents such a comprehensive system involving all aspects of human life and endeavor The Quran also points out the way to secure everlasting
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