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Muslims boast that the Quran is a literary masterpiece, that its eloquence is unsurpassed and unmatchable. Such claims imply that the Quran expresses its contents and themes in the clearest manner, and that it contains no grammatical ambiguities. In fact, Muslims will argue that the Quran is considered the standard for Arabic grammar. Moreover, this claim suggests that whenever the Quran makes a point it will allow the reader to understand the issue being addressed with an unmatched clarity. This episode will expose the fallacy of the "Argument from Literary Excellence."
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