This is mainly geared to die-hard Christians who insist that "Jesus is the only way." I want to know what you honestly think about members of other religions. Devout Muslims, for example, are convinced that the Koran is God's Holy Word. They point to the "established" historical fact that Muhammad was an illiterate peasant who somehow was able to write the poetic Koran, as proof that he was divinely inspired by God. As the original version of the Koran has been mostly preserved by a line of scribes down to the modern version, many Muslims feel it is appropriate to take a literalist word-for-word approach to the Koran. So I want to know what you think of Muslims who see the Koran as the literal word of God. The same applies to other religions of the world. Did God inspire the Koran or other religious texts? What about the part of the Koran that presents Jesus as a simple prophet rather than as the Son of God?
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