Robert Spencer vs. David Wood: Did Muhammad Exist?
Muslims and non-Muslims assume that Muhammad existed. Robert Spencer’s new book challenges this assumption, charging that the Muhammad of Islam is shrouded in myths and legends. Can David Wood defend Muhammad’s existence against Robert’s arguments? Find out as Robert and David debate the topic, “Did Muhammad Exist?”

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5 Responses to Robert Spencer vs. David Wood: Did Muhammad Exist?

  1. upaces88 says:

    I don’t think(?) I knew you then…hmm.
    I am just glad it is out there; and have you heard any noise from the Muslims at all about this?

  2. cmblake6 says:

    Like Robin Hood? Gosh, an Arab Robin Hood!

  3. upaces88 says:

    I don’t understand why this is not more public about the Koran. This should be in the TV News and on every blog:

    This amazing discovery was revealed yesterday after days of hard work pouring over copies of the original parchments that Muslims claim were written by Muhammad.

    “I had heard of hidden messages that could be heard when a record [for those of you born after 1990 a record was round and played music – like a big CD] was played backwards so I decided to read the Koran backwards to see if there were any hidden messages in it – I was bored, what can I say? – and I was startled by what I found.”

    Cleric Abba Dabadu showed this reporter the notes he had scribbled in the margins of the copies of the original Koran.

    “The world was right! Muslims are a backward people but only because we’ve been reading the Koran backwards!” He pointed to one section. “See here, what we have always believed to be the end of the Koran is really the beginning. And here it clearly shows that the Koran, correction, the Narok, was not written by Muhammad as we originally thought but by a woman – A WOMAN – named Dammahum.”

    So what does this mean for Islam?

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