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Just because a text agrees with the Quran does not imply that it was divinely revealed. The Book of Revelations may have sourced its content from other divine scriptures and the traditions passed on from the true prophets. It is not the first book to refer to the Trumpet, rather it is also alluded to in Isaiah 27:13 and Matthew 24:31.


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It's not so much that Muslims believe the Book of Revelations isn't a canonical scripture, rather it's not identified in the Qur'an as a canonical scripture. Muslims do believe in revelation outside of the four books, but without confirmation of it's revelatory status (e.g. explicit mention in the Qur'an) we just have no way to discern whether it's authentic ...


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