Arguable, of course. I don't think they are any such thing, any more than Torah scholars think the same could be said of Torah. But absent specifics, I don't think we can solve this accusation. What did you have in mind?Christianity is a long list of incompatible beliefs
This would be true, and true according to the laws of logic, not of any partisanship on your part. If there are incommensurable claims, it is possible one is right, it is possible both are wrong, but it is not possible, so long as they are truly opposite claims, for both to be right. We have no disagreement there.claiming to follow the instructions and wishes of a single god. They cannot ALL be right, and I have no reason to think that ANY of them are right.
Well, only on evidence that one was right, I would hope. Why else?And why would I?
This is an Islamic claim, not a Jewish or Christian claim. Christians and Jews do not call Yahweh "Allah," nor do they attribute to God the same characteristics, wishes, prophets and revelations that the Muslims claim. The ethics involved are, of course, very different as a consequence.What is more damaging the idea of "god", whatever that is, is that both Judaism and Islam also claim to know the right way to life in god, and that their god is the same god.
Islam claims to be following the Jewish revelation. But they also claim that all manuscripts of Torah and the Second Testament are corrupt, and thus some pre-existing version of "Torah," for which no manuscripts at all exist, and for which we have no textual evidence of corruption -- is the true Torah, the one which Muslims follow. And in this "Torah," they say, Ishmael not Isaac is the Child of the Covenant Promise, Islam is his will, and so forth. Thus, their "Torah" resembles no Torah accepted by Jews and Christians.
So what appears to be a contradiction to you is actually reflective of a completely different religion. Jews and Muslims simply do not believe in the same God at all.
What is "the whole thing?" Islam? Yes, it's wrong. I can indeed see that. Or do you mean that the fact that Jews and Muslims disagree is somehow "wrong"? I can't see why that would follow. After all, the fact that 2+2=5 is wrong does not make 4 the wrong answer, nor is mathematics so "broken" thereby that it stops functioning.The whole thing is broken.
Why can't you see that?
Can you clarify?