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Muslims believe that those texts were neglected, corrupted (''[[tahrif]]'') or altered in time by the Jews and Christians and have been replaced by God's final and perfect revelation, which is the Qur'an.<ref>[[Bernard Lewis]], ''[[The Jews of Islam]]'' (1984). Princeton: Princeton University Press. ISBN 0-691-00807-8. p.69</ref>
 
Muslims believe that those texts were neglected, corrupted (''[[tahrif]]'') or altered in time by the Jews and Christians and have been replaced by God's final and perfect revelation, which is the Qur'an.<ref>[[Bernard Lewis]], ''[[The Jews of Islam]]'' (1984). Princeton: Princeton University Press. ISBN 0-691-00807-8. p.69</ref>
   
===Christian apocrypha‎===
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===Influence of Christian apocrypha‎===
The [[Diatessaron]], [[Protoevangelium of James]], [[Infancy Gospel of Thomas]], [[Gospel of Pseudo-Matthew]] and the [[Arabic Infancy Gospel]] were claimed by the ''[[New Catholic Encyclopaedia]]'' to have been sources that the author(s) drew on when creating the Qur'an.<ref>New Catholic Encyclopaedia, 1967, The Catholic University of America, Washington D C, Vol. VII, p.677</ref> Ibn Rawandi claims that the Diatessaron, as a [[gospel harmony]], may have led to the misconception in the Qur'an that the Christian Gospel is one text.<ref>On pre-Islamic Christian strophic poetical texts in the Koran, Ibn Rawandi, ISBN 1-57392-945-X</ref>{{Verify credibility|date=November 2010}}
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The [[Diatessaron]], [[Protoevangelium of James]], [[Infancy Gospel of Thomas]], [[Gospel of Pseudo-Matthew]] and the [[Arabic Infancy Gospel]] are all suggested by the ''[[New Catholic Encyclopaedia]]'' to have been sources that the author/authors drew on when creating the Qur'an.<ref>New Catholic Encyclopaedia, 1967, The Catholic University of America, Washington D C, Vol. VII, p.677</ref> The Diatessaron, as a [[gospel harmony]], especially may have led to the misconception in the Qur'an that the Christian Gospel is one text, according to Ibn Rawandi.<ref>On pre-Islamic Christian strophic poetical texts in the Koran, Ibn Rawandi, ISBN 1-57392-945-X</ref>{{Verify credibility|date=November 2010}}
   
===Arabic writing===
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===Arab writing===
 
[[File:Muhaqqaq script.gif|thumb|right|upright|[[Muhaqqaq]] script]]
 
[[File:Muhaqqaq script.gif|thumb|right|upright|[[Muhaqqaq]] script]]
 
After the Qur’an, and the general rise of Islam, the [[Arabic alphabet]] developed rapidly into an art form.<ref name = Calligraphy>{{Cite book|last=Leaman | first=Oliver | contribution=Cyberspace and the Qur’an | year=2006 | title=The Qur’an: an encyclopedia | editor-last=Leaman | editor-first=Oliver | pages=130–135 | place=Great Britain | publisher=Routeledge|id= }}</ref>
 
After the Qur’an, and the general rise of Islam, the [[Arabic alphabet]] developed rapidly into an art form.<ref name = Calligraphy>{{Cite book|last=Leaman | first=Oliver | contribution=Cyberspace and the Qur’an | year=2006 | title=The Qur’an: an encyclopedia | editor-last=Leaman | editor-first=Oliver | pages=130–135 | place=Great Britain | publisher=Routeledge|id= }}</ref>
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