In comment discussion of another question, these mentions about the Qur'an were made:
The Qur'an teaches that Christ is a Prophet in Islam. In that sense I wouldn't say it's "Anti-Christian" or even heretical.
I merely made this distinction because it doesn't directly teach against Christian theology, and some Christians have a similar view to the Qur'an with respect to the divinity of Christ.
I had never before heard of Christians that see the Qur'an as compatible with Christianity. I think this has a lot to do with what doctrines a Christian holds onto. For the purpose of this question, anyone self-identifying as a Christian is a Christian.
- What Christian doctrines is the Qur'an incompatible with?
- Is the Qur'an generally compatible with Christianity? (i.e. other than being incompatible with the specific doctrines)