God tells us in the Qur’an that He gave Jesus the Injeel (Gospel) and we, as Muslims, accept that whatever was written therein is, for want of a better word, the gospel truth.
Obviously, if we accept that to be the fact, we wouldn’t find in the Injeel statements written in the second and even the third person; would we? So, it really makes no difference if John or Paul spoke Greek, Hebrew, Aramaic or Chinese, for that matter, the fact remains that the historical account that we have today, called the Bible, is not divinely revealed. The fact that, of the original existing 300 or so copies, no two are the same and, the fact that, there are countless discrepancies and contradictions within the book is a testament in itself that the Bible is not directly from God. Think about it; God created everything perfectly…look at the sky; do you see any flaws in it? How then can we accept that the same God, who created all of the universe and everything in it, can’t even write a book without contradictions or discrepancies in it?
As to your efforts to cast aspersions on Mohammad, shame on you. Although he may have married Aishia when she was 9, the marriage was not consummated till well after her puberty. Do you even know how old Mary was when she conceived Jesus? It was just after puberty, according to the scholars.
Tell me, White Tiger, do you deny that Jesus came and taught the way to peace through submission to the Will of God (Islam)?
Contrary to what you may think, it is not possible for any human to have written the Qur’an; one and a half billion Muslims attest to that but, if you have any doubt then write a book like it, or even a chapter, or even a verse and bring your witnesses forward to testify, on your behalf, that what you have written is better than or equal to the Qur’an…but, I assure you, you will never be able to do it, even if you had an army of people helping you. So why not read the Qur’an, White Tiger, and then, if you have any doubt as to it’s origin, take up the challenge.