Quran vs. Tradition: Oral Preservation

In this video we examine the fact that the Quran speaks of itself as a written book, and places priority on writing as the strongest form of evidence. Muslims who argue for oral transmission over written transmission therefore contradict the Quran. We also examine some early traditions attesting to the forgetfulness of the early Muslims, further illustrating that claims of oral preservation fall flat. Finally, we examine claims of the so-called, “illiterate” prophet. Muslims are desperately trying to show the miracles of their book, and are failing at every attempt.

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