John21:25"Jesus did many other things as well. If every one of them were written down, I suppose that even the whole world would not have room for the books that would be written".
The bird from clay miracle for example is reported outside the canonical Gospels in the infancy Gospel of Thomas, although it connects this miracle to his childhood along with the ability to speak in the craddle, while the Quran only qualifies the ability to speak in the craddle as a childhood miracle (serving the purpose of clearing Mary of the slanders), and then proceeds to connect the bird from clay miracle to his ministry to the Israelites, coming to them and preaching and performing other miracles with Allah's permission like his healing powers and knowledge of the unseen 3:49-55,5:110. Obviously there would have been no reason to give Jesus such powers in his childhood, because he needed them in adulthood in support of his ministry to demonstrate certain points.
The Quran and your own Bible refute you on 2 counts:
- that the report of a miracle not found anywhere in the canonical Gospels or other canonized Books of the Bible (after much debate and uncertainty on their authenticity) somehow constitutes "a glaring error"
- that the Quran quotes dircetly from the infancy Gospel of Thomas while it has differences with it that are full of meaning