Many Muslims claim that the Quran contains information about modern science that was not known at the time it was written and that this proves it was inspired by God. I bring this up because some Christians on this forum and Facebook have been saying the same thing about the Bible. To my eye, the arguments seem identical. For example, here is how they say it on http://www.miraclesofthequran.com:
Many miraculous features of the Qur’an prove it is the word of Allah. Facts are revealed in the verses through the scientific facts, the descriptions of the past and the mathematical codes, that could never have been known to anyone at the time. In addition, developments that could never have been learned with the level of knowledge and technology of the time were also indicated in the verses of the Qur’an before the event. The fact that some scientific facts we only attained with 20th and 21st-century technology were revealed in the Qur’an 1400 years ago is clear evidence that the Qur’an cannot be the work of any human being.Here is a page that lists all the "evidence" - including such things as the heliocentric solar system, the expansion of the universe, the theory of relativity, and so forth. Many of the articles are essentially identical to those put forth by Christians, such as this article that says the Qu'ran knew about the expansion of the universe.
So my question is this: Given that the Muslim and the Christian arguments are essentially identical, how can one be wrong and the other right?