Let's cut the crap. I could respond in detail how your responses make no sense point by point.
I doubt that very much.
Let's compare the Quran to the Bible if you look at the circumstances they were written in and leave out the religious elements. The Bible aimed at a new Jewish sect by appealing to that times underclass. Granted, it was a slave religion, but it tries to convince by being appealing to the individual.
Not quite. The Bible is a collection of books written at different times, many of the texts separated by several thousands of years. But I get the feeling you mean the New Testament.
Of course, I'm not sure why you bring up the issue on the first place; I don't know why you talk about Christianity as compared to Islam.
The Quran was written to get people to willingly die in battle.
According to which scholar?
This is just silly. The Koran was not written to get people to die in battle. The Koran was introduced as a religious text by Muhammad, who learned religion from Jewish teachers, mainly to give the Arabs a faith to replace the ancient pagan beliefs which facilitated unending tribal violence. And you know what? The tribal violence was contained as a result.
The aims of the two documents are fundamentally different. This is why saying "the Bible has mean stuff in it too" makes no sense.
I didn't say that, but, yes, such a thing makes no sense.
But the aims of the two documents are not fundamentally different. The styles are quite different (from New Testament to Koran), but the essential message is the same - peace and brotherly love. Each book is corrupted by some readers into an urge to violence and hate, but these corruptions are reflections of the incapable reader rather than the actual content of the document.