If you happen to have a debate with a Christian, the majority of quotes he will bring to defend the case of Jesus' death and resurrection as well as the doctrine of atonement, will inevitably come from some letter of a man called Saul of Tarsus, better known as Paul.…
In every debate where Mr. David Wood participates you can almost be 100% sure of one thing: He will most assuredly bring the "argument" (against Qur'an) of the sun setting in a sea of murky water (Qur'an 18:86).
Almost all christian apologists, when confronted with scientific miracles in the Qur'an, try to belittle those, or dismiss them as "interpretations". Some even go as far as to simply refuse to consider them as having anything to do with science.
In his text "Islam's Rule of Thumb", Mr. David Wood claims that "the Muslim criterion for determining divine inspiration in a text is the impressiveness of its literary style" and since Qur'an is "extraordinarily unimpressive" it's not from God. As I shall show below, he is wrong in both cases.