The Gospel Accounts and the Qur’an Narratives.

One of the themes ever present in Christian Muslim debate circles and discussions revolve around the allegation that the Gospel accounts developed overtime. Muslim Dawah preachers and skeptics of the Bible theorize this before turning it into a hardcore argument.

For those who are not familiar with this line of argument, let me first paint a picture to help explain better. The assumption is that when the Synoptic writers – Matthew, Mark and Luke, narrate an event, one of them gets it right and the other wrong, or that one is taking the story of another and developing it into something else that is foreign to the other writers. This what Scholars in the academia refer to as the “Synoptic Problem.” However, aside what is being debated in the academia, my aim here is to examine the case against the Bible regularly posited by the Muslims on this matter. More