The Bible is sometimes informally referred to as "The Good Book". I'm wondering if it's appropriate to refer to the Qur'an as "The Good Book" (assuming it is a book, which I think is only debatable on a philosophical level).
Question: Can the Qur'an be referred to as The Good Book?
qur'an "the good book" didn't give any relevant hits on the front page, which suggests the Qur'an is not commonly referred to as The Good Book.
It may simply be too impractical to do so, as people may misinterpret someone saying The Good Book to refer to the Qur'an as instead meaning the Bible.