Initial notes on the post ‘The Miracle of the Quran’

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The following is a set of notes I took of a sermon on the miraculous nature of the Qur’an from the following link. Now, I know that the sermon is given by a speaker who has been panned on the theologically-related sciences by the traditional Sunni scholars. But I thought that it was appropriate to mention some of the points he makes with respect to the Qur’an’s miraculousness, especially since he does not bring up these points in connection with Allah and His Attributes, and a few things he says are not mentioned in other places from what I recall, so there should not be any problems coming from these angles[1]. Continue reading

(Draft Article) Objection: “Verse 21:30 is not about the Big Bang, it is about Pagan Mythology”

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Statement: Dr. Naik says verse 21:30 talks about the Big Bang. This verse is actually about a pagan mythology. Continue reading

(Draft Article) Objection: Verse 86:11 is not about the capacity of the heavens to return back rain

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Statement: Dr. Naik says verse: 86:11 talks “specifically about the capacity of heavens to return back rain” i.e. the stage of evaporation. This is clearly not so. This verse is about the return of the firmament (sun, moon, stars) that happens every 24 hours[1].

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