The Qur'an's challenge; "Produce a surah like it, if ye are truthful"
I found the following letter on the Internet, while I was on my way to the Wikipedia article on Damascus:
This is no ordinary letter, or surah, if you will. This is God's last letter/surah/revelation before he severed contact from the Earth, leaving a small band of apostles that include me and the white dude who linked this to me on Gmail chat. This letter, every day, works for me, by teaching me moral values of committing to things of higher value for the sake of both me and society's happiness. It makes me a better person, by giving me spiritual strength in that even divine teachers struggle with the weight of this world. It predicts things that are beyond human knowledge, for example, God knowing he's going to be laid before it actually happens. I presuppose this letter's truthfulness and its godliness (lent to me via extraneous revelation, like Paul or Muhammad's knowledge), and it gives me a world free of contradictions. All other world views are objectively inferior to the one this grants me.
Come on, Muslims. Google is bound to lead you here eventually. Let's have a go at it.