عنوان مقاله [English]
Traditional Jews believe that the Hebrew Bible is not merely a historical document, but it is legal to life. According to them, this book is alive because of eternal values and divine origin and purpose; and these are its differences with other books. On the other hand, the Quran reminds the Hebrew Bible and sometimes gives references to it. This study is trying to examine Quran and traditions of the Jewish about inspiration of Holy bible and its nature. According to traditional Jews, this book is revealed in the form of words spoken to Moses and other prophets that have written it. They believe that the Holy Bible is without any errors and there are no distortions in their holy book either. The Quran also speaks of the earlier scriptures and has taken a stand against them. According to Quran, Jewish Holy book has divine origin and is reveled to Prophet Moses, who also confirmed the Qur'an as well (Al-Baqarah 53, Al- Omran 3). In addition, the Qur'an confirms that the Torah has been reserved (Araf 144, 150). It should also be noted that the Quran declares that the Torah has been distorted semantically, not literally.