There is no evidence of change? You might want to look up the eminent scholar Geza Vermes and his writings on the Old and New Testaments. I am sure you have heard of Bart D. Ehrman. Do have a look at his best selling Misquoting Jesus which is a popularised version of his more technical work, Orthodox Corruption of Scripture for clarification on the changes made in the Bible whether theologically motivated or sheer incompetence on the part of scribes. You might also want to look up his teacher the late pre-eminent textual critic(both were from Princeton Theological Seminary) Bruce Metzger. I would also recommend the writings yet another highly noted Biblical scholar Raymond E. Brown whose views on the Bible concerning issues such as inerrance of scripture are comprehensively covered in his Response to 101 Questions on the Bible. What about hadith literature? The often repeated missionary propaganda that hadith was collected 200 years after Muhammad is nothing more than a stale myth. We have documented evidence from the time of the prophet s.a.w. himself on hadith collection such as that of Abdullah ibn Amar's Al-Sahifah al-sadiqah. A very early manuscript on hadith(PERF No. 731) can be found in Vienna at the Austrian National Library which is dated to 179 AH. It is an attestation to Imam Malik's famous Muwatta' to his own time. You said, "you mean, it whitewashes him. i don't know about you, but i find prophets of G!D to be more believable as human beings, not as perfect angels. i think it's a bit more likely that you're the people editing the Divine Message than us." Well, I have to disagree with such simplistic thinking. A Mahathma Gandhi is no less historically credible than a Hitler on the basis of character disposition. And no Muslim says that Muhammad s.a.w. was a perfect angel. In fact, the Prophet s.a.w. is rebuked a few times in the Qur'an itself for mistakes(not sins) such as in Surah 'Abasa which specifically addresses him in the initial lines for ignoring a poor blind man. I am not sure how one can convincingly say that a Prophet is one who massacres entire nations and cities leaving no one, not even the babies or even donkeys were spared. Such atrocities inscribed on the pages on the Tanakh are not to be found in Muhammad's s.a.w. history. Before you bring up the Banu Khuraizah affair allow me to just say that grown men are not hapless babies and women. Treachery deserves punishment even in the United States of America today which is supposedly the "land of the free".