The Isrealite Narrations were contained in the books of interpretation and were extraneous to them, and these Narrations abounded in the Qur'anic stories, especially with regard to the stories of the prophets, and many of these Narrations have had a negative impact on the understanding of the Qur'anic texts, and their introduction affects the dogma in terms of stabbing in Allaah's Tensezia(reverence), and stabbing in a neurotic Prophets and Messengers of peace, it is known that faith in prophets and messengers is a Pillars of Faith, and the belief in books is also a Pillars of Faith, thus the introduction of these Narrations in their entirety without scrutiny and scrutiny has a negative effect on faith, and on the other hand this research came to show the imbalance in The Israeli Narrations in a specific story as a model of the seriousness of its introduction; it is the story of Adam, in the nature of his creation, his image, his eating from the tree, and the proportion shirk to him, and the gravity of that on the prophets and belief, and the need to revise the Qur'anic stories of such Narrations, and to indicate their danger.
Kurdi, Abdel Hameed and Kurdi, Rajeh
"The Doctrinal Implications of the Israeli Narration of the Story of Adam, Peace be upon him,"
Jordan Journal of Islamic Studies: Vol. 16
, Article 10.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jois/vol16/iss1/10