The Koran is the paramount of Muhammad’s teachings. He is said to be the most important prophet of Allah, the Muslim’s god. While Muhammad was teaching, the Muslims, those who could read and write, wrote down what Muhammad taught.They wrote his teachings down on anything they could find; pieces of paper, leaves, stones, bits of leather, or clay.

Then, Muhammad’s right-hand man, Abu Bakr, suggested that all the bits and scraps that had Muhammad’s teachings on them be brought and fashioned into a single document.Next, Muhammad ordered all the pieces of refuse be burned, signifying the beginning of what is now known as the Koran. The modern Koran has 114 chapters with 6,226 verses total. In contrast, the Bible is the complete collection of 66 books all structurally organized and in total harmony with each other. The Bible is also in accordance with many historical and archaeological finds, some of which can be found by researching the following website listed below.The first 39 books (the Old Testament) were written in the years before the birth of Christ and, following a 400-year “silence” called the Inter-Testamental Period, the other 27 books (the New Testament) were penned by the apostles of Jesus.

In total, the 66 books of the Bible were written by God’s 40 chosen authors over a time span of nearly 1,500 years!The next phase in this report will outline 3 things that both religions believe in and explore their differences using scripture from both. The three subjects are as follows: tolerance of murder and violence, interpretations of heaven and interpretations of hell.Report: Koran vs. Bible Cont.Islam and Christianity have a very different but occasionally similar ethicsstandard by which they function. For example, a very questionable command of the Koran states Islam both allows and forbids murder and violence, depending on who is the recipient of the act: “Strike off the heads of the disbelievers”; and after making a wide slaughter among them, carefully tie up the remaining captives (Koran 47:4).

However, the Bible condemns any violence or murder, as seen here: "Ye have heard that it was said by them of old time, Thou shalt not kill; and whosoever shall kill shall be in danger of the judgment." (Matthew 5:21) As seen above, The Koran is indeed very different in its view of its justification for violence and murder compared to the Bible. Additionally, the Koran further differs in comparison to the Bible in the aspect of each of their spiritual worlds.The Koran shows further signs of corruption with its description of “heaven”: Those who kill or are killed by unbelievers will return to the garden of Paradise (Koran 9:111), where they shall recline on jeweled couches face to face, and there shall be many lustful pleasures- immortal youths waiting on them with bowls and ewers and a cup of purest wine, sex with virgins, fruits of their own choice and flesh of fowls that they relish.

The Bible has a totally different outlook: Those who have believed on the Lord Jesus Christ and submitted their lives to his Lordship will enjoy eternal bliss in heaven, where there will be no pain or sorrow, no disease or death.“But the cowardly, the unbelieving, the vile, the murderers, the sexually immoral, those who practice magic arts, the idolaters and all liars—they will be consigned to the fiery lake of burning sulfur. This is the second death.” (Revelations 21:8)In this section, it is learned that the Muslim’s version of heaven stems off of earthly and immoral desires in contrast to the biblical version, which is defined by eternal bliss and complete peace.

In the interpretations of hell, both of these religions have an agreement in terms of what it will be like but partially disagree how you get there.The Koran says, “Those who invoke a god other than Allah not only should meet punishment in this world but the Penalty on the Day of Judgment will be doubled to them, and they will dwell therein in ignominy." (Koran 25:68) and "Non-believers (Christians, Jews and all others) will go to hell and will drink boiling water" (Koran 14:17). The Bible says that unbelievers have a chance to be redeemed at any time of their life if they accept Jesus as their Savior.But, for those who don’t, It (hell) will be a place of misery and pain, where only the wicked will reside.

And it will be eternal. There will be no escape, "No Exit." Throughout the Old and New Testaments, hell was described as a place of fire and burning.This "bottomless pit" is a "great furnace" in "outer darkness" (Mat. 8:12; 22:13), covered with a "mist of blackness (or, darkness)" (2 Pet.

2:17). "There will be wailing and gnashing of teeth." (Mat. 18:41, 42) God sends no one to hell; anyone who goes there, goes by choice. This final section sums up everything this report has previously discussed –Austin Doucet