What makes the teaching of Koran more authoritative than the Bible, or vice versa?

Q: What makes the teaching of Koran more authoritative than the Bible, or vice versa?

A: Fact is … regardless of their true origin … both books require interpretation by people … and that invariably leads to the types of grievous errors that are so prevalent in the world today.

The Koran has much more in common with the Old Testament of the Bible than anything else, with its’ emphasis on the need to keep various laws, and its’ habit of keeping God obscure, full of wrath, and very, very far away.

In that, the Koran is merely a rehash of an old system of things that was made obsolete by Jesus Christ, some 600 years before Mohammed, when Jesus gave us the New Covenant … based not on law, but on grace … something that is also largely ignored and little understood, by devotees of the Koran.

The lesson of history (and of the Bible) is that people who attempt to please God merely by keeping his laws are doomed to fail … while those who make a serious, faithful, and lifelong effort to know and love God, and who act on that love, are never forsaken by him.