Skeptic's Annotated Quran

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The Skeptic's Annotated Quran is a famous critique of the Qur'an from a skeptic's point of view.

Using the respected Mohammed Marmaduke Pickthall translation, its categories of criticism include; injustice, intolerance, cruelty and violence, absurdities, good stuff, women, science and history, contradictions, interpretations, family values, sex, language, homosexuality, and prophecy.

Notable features of the site include its user friendly layout and the ability to view the entire Qur'an in chronological order.

It is a sister project of the Skeptic's Annotated Bible and Book of Mormon.

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