Interesting stuff about Quran

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Re: Interesting stuff about Quran

#41  Postby aliihsanasl » Aug 01, 2017 3:59 pm

There are more fantastic claims about Quran such as they count the number of word iron in Quran and say that its equal to the iron element in periodic table.

Trust me the day science figure out how we pass the speed of light, they will say it was already there in Quran.
"If someday my teachings conflict with science, choose science"

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#42  Postby laklak » Aug 02, 2017 2:15 am

Interesting question, does it make good toilet paper?
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#43  Postby felltoearth » Aug 02, 2017 3:07 am

Dark energy wrote:I am not really fond of creating new threads.but i found some interesting general knowledge about The holy Quran

- the singular word for "day" (Yaum) is mentioned 365 times.


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#44  Postby aban57 » Oct 06, 2017 11:11 am

I do have some interesting stuff about Quran. In a loose reference to the other topic "If God asked you to kill your child, would you do it Frank?". What does the Quran says abut killing children ?


And they found a servant from among Our servants to whom we had given mercy from us and had taught him from Us a [certain] knowledge.
Moses said to him, "May I follow you on [the condition] that you teach me from what you have been taught of sound judgement?"
He said, "Indeed, with me you will never be able to have patience.
And how can you have patience for what you do not encompass in knowledge?"
[Moses] said, "You will find me, if Allah wills, patient, and I will not disobey you in [any] order."
He said, "Then if you follow me, do not ask me about anything until I make to you about it mention."
So they set out, until when they had embarked on the ship, al-Khidh r tore it open. [Moses] said, "Have you torn it open to drown its people? You have certainly done a grave thing."
[Al-Khidh r] said, "Did I not say that with me you would never be able to have patience?"
[Moses] said, "Do not blame me for what I forgot and do not cover me in my matter with difficulty."
So they set out, until when they met a boy, al-Khidh r killed him. [Moses] said, "Have you killed a pure soul for other than [having killed] a soul? You have certainly done a deplorable thing
."
[Al-Khidh r] said, "Did I not tell you that with me you would never be able to have patience?"
[Moses] said, "If I should ask you about anything after this, then do not keep me as a companion. You have obtained from me an excuse."
So they set out, until when they came to the people of a town, they asked its people for food, but they refused to offer them hospitality. And they found therein a wall about to collapse, so al-Khidh r restored it. [Moses] said, "If you wished, you could have taken for it a payment."
[Al-Khidh r] said, "This is parting between me and you. I will inform you of the interpretation of that about which you could not have patience.
As for the ship, it belonged to poor people working at sea. So I intended to cause defect in it as there was after them a king who seized every [good] ship by force.
And as for the boy, his parents were believers, and we feared that he would overburden them by transgression and disbelief.
So we intended that their Lord should substitute for them one better than him in purity and nearer to mercy.
And as for the wall, it belonged to two orphan boys in the city, and there was beneath it a treasure for them, and their father had been righteous. So your Lord intended that they reach maturity and extract their treasure, as a mercy from your Lord. And I did it not of my own accord. That is the interpretation of that about which you could not have patience."


So that's the kind of moral teaching you find in the Quran. It's perfectly OK to kill someone by fear that they might do something bad.
What does it say about this God's omniscience and omnipotence ?
Quite interesting, isn't it ?
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