What,s the difference of the Koran compared to the bible?

Philippines
December 20, 2008 9:37am CST
What's the difference between the Koran and the Bible? Can anyone tell me? All I know is that Islam and Christianity is connected through prophet Daniel.
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@Frederick42 (2018)
• Canada
21 Dec 08
1. Bible : God appoints covenant through Isaac. Koran : Through Ishmael. 2. Bible : Jesus is son of god or God himself. Koran : Jesus is only a prophet. 3. Bible : Jesus die on the cross. Koran : Jesus does not die on the cross. 4. Bible : is the word of God and all others are false. Koran : is the word of God and all others re false.
@srbollar (259)
• United States
27 Jan 09
This is helpful. Though I feel like elaborating on 3. Muslims believe that Jesus was on the cross, but an angel came in His place so that the prophet would not have to feel any pain. I, however, am sure that Jesus was much more than a prophet. ~Jesus loves you and I do too~
@srbollar (259)
• United States
27 Jan 09
Really Islam and Christianity are very similar at many points. Only Muslims just believe Jesus was only a prophet. That is the main and most important difference, in my opinion.
@Tushavi (2078)
• Karachi, Pakistan
29 Dec 08
Quran is a God Words & Holy Book & God Protect its words. but the Bible is a Joke & benefit books of Christians that means You see anything that you gain some Profit You making the damn it on Bible & Gain your profits that really nice Thrown Bible in Garbage its the Christianity Way I Saw in Many Hollywood Movies there is no Respect in Evil Nations in anything. he just use anything for our benefit & Profit.
• United States
29 Dec 08
Christians believe in one God, but in three distinct persons. It's hard to understand, but they are all one God. God The Father, God the Son (his position, not a son as humans have), and The Holy Spirit.
@underdogtoo (9589)
• Philippines
23 Dec 08
the koran looks like a copy of the bible with some character changes. Cheers!!
• Kottayam, India
20 Dec 08
bible is written by men inspired by God.