an Andalusian-Arab philosopher, historian, jurist and theologian born in Córdoba, present-day Spain, who lived AD 994-1064 / AH 384-456. For further general biographical information, see e.g. these articles (1, 2).

Ibn Hazm was a prolific writer on many issues. He also wrote on/against the Bible and the Christian faith. He was one of the first Muslims to develop the theory of Bible corruption as working hypothesis for his attacks on the Bible, see the articles in the section, What the Qur'an says about the Bible.

Ibn Hazm's arguments against the Bible are still used by various Muslim polemicists today. For example,

Ibn Hazm's teachings on

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