Someone said Jesus was the most quoted prophet in the Koran, but apparently, Moses is the most talked about.
"Of all the Prophets cited in the Quran, our Prophet Moses is talked about the most, even more than Prophet Muhammad, within the Quran, his life, journies, and relationships with the children of Israel is spoken about more than other Prophets."
Where did the person get the information on Jesus being the most quoted?
I found that the Koran has 6666 sentences in it. I want to find a good site for the whole 666 number of the Koran thing, though. So give me some time to look for that...
Here are some Muslim websites that say 666 is the number of the Koran, but that 666 is not the mark of the beast in the Bible. These people could be a little wacked out, though. Who knows?
Yahoo Search for Quran 666:
Here is something from Wikipedia: (search Wikipedia with term: 666)
Further information: Medieval Christian view of Muhammad
Some researchers, including the Roman Catholic priest Louis Maracci and English Scholar Humphrey Prideaux have reportedly found in the Byzantine Maometis, the number of the Beast in Muhammad. Maometis which literally means "the number of the beast" is a name by which Muhammad was known in the Middle Ages. Christians in the Middle Ages believed that Muhammad was the Anti-Christ and that 666 fits his name. Maometis in Greek Gematria totals 666.
M A O M E T I S TOTAL
40 1 70 40 5 300 10 200 = 666
So, obviuosly, this isn't just a made up thing. Muslims and others believe the number of Muhommad and the Quran to both be 666. So, there's your mark of the beast and the TONS of websites that come up when you google the exact search terms I told you to google (quran 666), and you said nothing special came up. Look again...TONS of muslims sites come up among other sites that all say 666 is the number of the quran. One site even said, "In the world today, 1.2 billion Muslims proudly mark themselves with the number 666. For Islam this number proves the perfection of the quran and the proof that Mohammed was the prophet of Allah."
No offense, but I can't trust a thing you say when I read a post where you say, "I used those search terms and found nothing." I mean, come on. You couldn't have looked but for about 10 seconds. Because if you'd have spent about 20 seconds, your brain would've had time to register the infinite matches google had for muslim sites about 666. At least I read the websites I post links for, even if some of them also offer up contradictory arguments. lol