„If we admit the existence of the prophetic mission, by putting the idea of possibility, which is in fact ignorance, in place of certainty, and make miracles a proof of the truth of man who claims to be a prophet it becomes necessary that they should not be used by a person, who says that they can be performed by others than prophets, as the Mutakallimun do.“

—  Averroes, libro On the Harmony of Religions and Philosophy, On the Harmony of Religions and Philosophy, Part 2: The Advent of the Prophets; Opening sentence
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„I tell you in truth: all men are Prophets or else God does not exist.“

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„There is no question on whether the prophets existed. We are talking about whether the religions they invented were true. Can you show me the truth of that? Of course, they can’t. None of them can. They don’t want to. They don’t need to. I have seen people make that admission too.“

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