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Quran A Scientific Book

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Posted by Salman Habib on September 12, 2002 11:56:03 UTC

I like to welcome all of you with the Islamic greetings " May peace, mercy and blessings of Almighty Allah (God) be on all of you".

We are here to discuss whether Quran is also a scientific book too. First remeber this that it has some scientific knowledge but its not a book of SCIENCE, its a book of SIGNS. It gives us only signs, just tell us stories in a nutshell.

Let's see what Quran tells us about the creation of a universe,
It states in a nutshell about the creation of the universe in Sura Anbiya Ch. no.21 verse no.30 that
"DO NOT THE UNBELIEVERS SEE THAT THE HEAVENS AND THE EARTH JOINED TOGETHER AND WE CLOVED THEM ASUNDER"

Here Quran tells us the whole story of Bigbang in a netshell that, Yes it happened, which we know today because we have good knowledge and better sources of Research. But it is stated in Holy Quran 1400 years ago in a nutshell which is enough to prove that God is there from whom the Quran has been sent to the earth........may Allah (GOD) show us all the right path.

Salman Habib
http://www.kamyana.com

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