Reading of a book creates a liability and obligation upon the reader. He has either to accept its words or discard its version by a counter argument and evidence of fact negating its statement.
Quran doesn't say that, who says that? you?
My quote was with relation to a truth seeker.
It did not include the cheats since Rashad Khalifa did not understand this basic principle of reading a book, therefore, it does not make sense to you and thereby you pronounce authoritatively that Qur'aan does not say that.
Reading a book is an act and act is done when there is a stimuli, an objective in mind desired to be achieved through the intended act.
For a cheat reading a book might not create an obligation upon him to follow in life, in letter and spirit, its injunctions, information and other contents since the nature of stimuli was different.
But for those who read the book under the stimuli of finding and knowing the truth, the book does creeate an obligation that he should adopt and follow it in his life.
[About Grand Qur'aan same pronouncement in same words 6:92;similar 21:50;38:29]
And this is the Book [Grandd Qur'aan], We have sent it. This has been given permanence and perpetuation/the striking peculiarity of it is that it is prescribed/stay for ever.Therefore you people physically follow the Grand Qur'aan in letter and spirit/without in between there being intervention of third party
, and remain cautious avoiding unrestrained conduct [restrain yourself within the fold of Grand Qur'aan] so that you people may get mercy/salvation. [6:155]You people physically follow, in letter and spirit without in between there being intervention of third party, that Book/Grand Qur'aan which has since been sent for you people from your Sustainer Lord