Quran and modern science
In many places the Quran states that (this Quran) is for those who think, understand and reflect. The Quran emphasizes the significance of learning and that of acquiring knowledge. Not only about God's laws and religious injunctions, but also in a language rich in its varied terminology, to the importance of seeing, contemplating, and reasoning about the world of creation and its diverse phenomena.
"Scientific knowledge would seem, in spite of what people may say, to be highly conducive to reflection on the existence of God". Wrote Dr. Maurice Bucaille, an eminent medical scientist and a member of the French Academy of Medicine. One of the pioneer western scientists who examined the Quran and wrote about what he found, only to be followed by a long line of scientists and casual readers, who were interested in the truth about the "Maker and the Knower of all things". here are some examples:
Determining the baby's sex. How could the man from Arabia have known this?
The Quran on Seas and Rivers. The water cycle as explained in the Quran almost 1500 years ago
The Quran on Clouds. How does wind effect clouds and the water cycle
The sky and the sun above us. The sky as a protecting roof the Ozone layer and how sky is made to fit life’s needs on earth for humans, animals and the vegetation.
Fruit in the Quran. What does the Quran teach about fruit?
Islam, the Quran, the Big Bang and Evolution: Articles by Harun Yahya, more interesting articles;
The Creation of the universe An interesting book about how the creation has taken place according to the Quran
The Evolution misconception Analytical study to evolution and its difficulties that was admitted by Charles Darwin himself in his book "The Origin Of Species" in a chapter entitled: difficulties on the theory.
Science in Islam and in the Quran, how did Muhammad know? An objective look to answer: Who is the true author of the Quran or who really wrote the Quran, and was it really a revelation from God?
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