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Since you didn't specify which perspective you're looking for (other than the view of skeptics, which is off-topic considering this site is meant to cover what Christian groups teach), I'm going to provide an answer from a Fundamentalist view - one that holds Scripture to be inspired, inerrant, and infallible. Before doing so, I need to point out, however, ...
It's in the Babylonian Talmud. Torah comprises the Pentateuch in the main, but also the rest of the OT, as well as the commentaries, ie Talmud. See also: Who were Jannes and Jambres?
It doesn't affect it at all. Inerrancy and infallibility are only attributed to the original autographs. It's not applied to translations, copies (even early ones) or modern versions. If it were applicable to translations then we'd have a bigger problem in the Wicked Bible. The belief that we can't reproduce an original autograph doesn't mean there was no ...
What the Bible says about this? Nothing. Nothing because Qur'an came 600 years after all the books of the Bible were written. The Bible has no knowledge of the existence of Islam or Muhammad because such things were not yet known by the Bible writers. The teachings of Islam is quite confusing regarding the sacred scriptures. As per the Wikipedia, Muhammad ...
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