You wrote: “Nataq is speech and the Messenger did not use sign language to dictate the Quran to the people! Nataq is Speech with words that makes meanings clear, so only humans can make things clear when speaking so the Quran is meaningless and ambiguous!”
Yes brother, Nataq is a human speech you and me put together to describe something, to convey an idea, to have a discourse, etc., whereas, Quran is neither your idea/speech, nor mine, nor prophet’s, it is God’s Word, descended (Nuzul) upon prophet’s heart through an agent called Jibreel. God also used Qawl = The Word to describe His Quran, referring it as “laqawlu rasulin kareem = surely the Word of a messenger noble” [69:40]. Thus, Nataq was prophet’s explanation of what he saw, experienced, and perceived, including some quranic verses if any, about the beginning of the revelation and his ministry in chap 53.
You wrote: “Creed of Abraham has been discussed and is none other than following pure monotheism.”
Repeating the same faulty lines over and over against logic, grammar, context, tasreef, does not make an argument stick.
You wrote: “Making up stories about things not mentioned in Quran, this happened, that happened, the close encounter of the third kind, is not following Quran but adding to it with outside beliefs.”
What is obvious to plain eyes when viewed in context, grammar, lexicon, etc. is not making up stories, rather arriving at the right understanding. Ignoring all this and generalizing is missing the message or at best having a limited understanding of it. Where did outside beliefs come into play in all this?
You wrote: “The hadith say the Messenger was a walking Quran so now I am giving up the Quran because I reject the hadith! NOT. I reject all hadith, not because most are false and some may be true, but because the Quran is sufficient for me.”
Faulty logic and inference. Hadeeth has no bearing on “prophet being a walking Quran,” for it is established beyond doubt inside the Quran. How hadeeth mentioning the same truth should make this truth somehow suspect? This is what your arguments amount to.
You wrote: “You mentioned 53:10 but does this say ‘we told you about Eman and how to pray a ritualised prayer so teach the people and I will not have to put the details in the Quran and have them follow YOU for eternity’!!!?”
It is a simple logic, Quran is replete with clear and unambiguous verses when Quran is the subject of revelation, it does not say “he revealed what he revealed”. These verses are undoubtedly pointing to the beginning of the wahi process and all that entails to begin this process. I will put together my understanding of these verses when I post my response to brother Razi’s interesting comments and observations, hopefully soon depending upon my schedule.