Anyone who says that even one verse from the Quran is not a revelation from Allah is a disbeliever in Allah, the Quran and the Prophet. If he was a believer before then he is an apostate after expressing such doubt. Let me therefore repeat the excellent advice that you yourself gave to Rational six years back.
“Someone who has left Islam should not pretend that he is seeking answers to some questions. You are an apostate. Act like one. You have every right to be an apostate. Join the company of other apostates and have a good time. Your forays in this forum have had the sole purpose of being disruptive, derisive and rude. That's why you were called "a wolf in the garb of a sheep, a snake in the sleeve, or more".
The Principles of War from the Quran
GM sb is very comfortable with the opposite of what I say. He is
comfortable with the notion of a capricious, whimsical god and uncomfortable
with a God who governs through laws that remain constant, are made known for
the benefit of mankind so that they profit from them, and with which they can
be held accountable with themselves as a witness against their misdeeds. He
loves to be a dumb literalist and dispute verses by asking, “does God seal the
hearts of the wicked?”, rather than understand these verses in terms of the
unchanging laws of human behaviour that cause a person to progress on whichever
path he chooses and to reach a point of no return on that path
He is comfortable with “interpreting” the Quran with many contradictions
and treating many of the verses as abrogated as this gives everyone scope to
take any meaning they wish.
He is uncomfortable with the notion that Allah provides a level playing
field to all even if they are born into polytheist families. He would rather
stick to the notion that Kafir means “disbeliever” which means non-Muslim and
all such people will go to Hell. That makes it easier to attack Islam.
He is most uncomfortable with showing Hell to be a part of Allah’s
Mercy. That leaves him no scope to contest anything in the Quran as
contradicting Allah’s Mercy.
He is most uncomfortable with presenting Islam as a logical, easy to
understand religion with a universal message covering all mankind – a perfect
and most complete religion of Allah revealed by Allah Himself.
To my knowledge, no Sufi/Rishi has shown Hell to be an essential part of
Allah’s Mercy or tell us why we are directly responsible for all the misery,
injustice and oppression in the world and not Allah. Neither has any Sufi shown
us that Allah provides a level playing field to people of all faiths or that a
non-Muslim is not a Kafir. If they had understood these simple truths, they
would have engaged themselves in eradicating injustice and oppression of every
kind and building bonds with people of other faiths based on considering them
more than equal in Allah’s eyes rather than in the contemplation of nothing and
mouthing of absurdities.
The article is an attack on collective ignorance that has kept the truth
of Allah and His attributes hidden or grossly misunderstood, which even the Sufis with their
meditations, and contemplationcould not see. The article establishes the
primacy of the Qur’an on all religious questions and questions about the nature
of Allah and our purpose in this life.