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And say: the Truth is from your Lord. Let him the who cares to believe, believe ; and let him who will not care to believe, believe not." "Here is a Book whose verses are perfect in their form and content and are set forth clearly by one who is All-wise and All-informed."
iN WHICH VERSE ALLAH IS SAYING THIS ?

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Asked by azam khan, 18 Apr '12 09:53 am
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Even though the Quran discusses a multitude of subjects and all facets of life and sometimes in great detail, it makes a bold claim that no contradiction or inconsistency can ever be found in it. It says:

"Had it (the Quran) been from any source other than God, you would have found many contradictions in it."

The Quran describes itself as a Light, a clear guidance and a blessed Book.

"It is a blessed Book which We have revealed, so follow it," This Quran verily guideth to the path, which is perfectly straight and announces to believers who do what is right, for them there is a great reward." (Q. 17 : 9)

"These are the verses of the Quran -- the lucid Book offering guidance and good tidings to the Believers."
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Answered by anil garg, 18 Apr '12 10:38 pm

 
  
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(Quran 27 : 73)
Answered by aflatoon, 18 Apr '12 09:58 am

 
  
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It describes itself as discernment (Furqan) between truth and error :
"Truth has come and error has vanished; verily error is ephemeral."
(Quran 27 : 73)
"And say: the Truth is from your Lord. Let him the who cares to believe, believe ; and let him who will not care to believe, believe not." "Here is a Book whose verses are perfect in their form and content and are set forth clearly by one who is All-wise and All-informed."
(Quran 2:1)
Answered by hazir jawab, 18 Apr '12 09:54 am

 
  
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