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The dating of the quran
Scholars now believe that a copy Quran held by the Birmingham Library was actually written sometime between 568 AD and 645, while the Prophet Mohammad was believed to have been born in 570 AD and to have died in 632 AD.
The Quran was not officially written down until 653 AD, under the orders of the Caliph Uthman, though it is believed that partial written scripts of the Quran were in circulation beforehand.
Before the Quran was inked onto paper it was passed along orally, with some devout believers choosing to memorize the entire text by heart.
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They explain this male biased innovation by a number of un-Quranic justifications.
Some say that this privilege is given to the man because the child takes the religion of his father and not his mother, and thus a Muslim man may marry a non Muslim woman but still have the child raised as a Muslim, while as if a Muslim woman married a Christian man for example, the child would be raised as a Christian. Do not (you men) marry the mushrikaat (women who commit shirk) until they believe; a believing slave woman is better than a mushrikah even if you like her, and do not (you women) marry the mushrikeen until they believe; a believing slave man is better than a mushrik even if you like him.
Indeed the transgressors shall have a painful punishment.
From the above Quranic verses it becomes clear that the prohibition is related to marrying anyone who practises shirk. It also becomes clear that Muslims may marry the followers of any religion (Jews, Christians, etc) as long as they believe in the Oneness of God and do not set up partners with God in any capacity. As long as they are believers and are not committing shirk (1) they are lawful to marry.