Comparing controversial sections of the Qur'an (Koran), and of the New and Old Testament sections of the Bible.
I'm looking for a resource (ideally a website, could also be a book) that compares contraversial sections of the Quran / Koran and of the New and Old Testament sections of the bible to show that all 3 religious source books have sections that aren't taken literally (word for word) today by the majority of their followers (Jews, Christians, Muslims).
I'm looking to show that taking the controversial sections of the Koran in isolation by themselves (without comparison to similar sections in the Bible) as being "proof" of what Muslims today believe in (e.g. that Muslims believe that they have a holy duty to kill all non-believers) is without basis, as most of today's Muslims don't believe those sections any more than most Christians believe (or follow) outdated sections from the Bible that forbid divorce, allow slaves, forbid eating shellfish, etc. (I admit ignorance about the sections of the Old Testament that modern Jews don't adhere to - I know very little about modern Jewish beliefs other than there are various orthodoxies.)
I'm trying to reconcile what I found when searching, for instance:
Clearly these interpretations are contradictory and both can't be correct. The Skeptics Annotated Bible seems to have a more open and skeptical view of the Bible
, but a negatively slanted view of the Qur'an
and I don't feel comfortable relying on this source.