Modern science has discovered facts about the atmosphere mentioned in the Quran over 1400 years ago.
The miracle of embryonic development is mentioned in the Quran in such minute detail, much of which was unknown to scientists until only recently. It mentions the first stages of life after conception, the second stage of life after conception, and witnesses of scientists about these scientific facts of the Quran.
Both the Quran and science agree to the structural makeup of mountains and the role they play in maintaining the stability of the Earth.
A Scientific and Quranic explanation about the creation of the universe.
The Quran and science in total conformity in regards to the ‘anatomy of a lie’.
Barriers between various types of water found in nature: a fact mentioned in the Quran expounded by science.
The Quranic account of life in the deep seas, the darkness therein, and how it confirms modern scientific findings.
Details mentioned in the Quran about cloud formation over 1400 years ago has only recently been discovered by science.
The statements of various scientists in regards to the facts found in the Quran which conform to recently discovered scientific truths.
This article delineates the correlation between the most accepted scientific explanation of the origin and expansion of the Universe, and the description of its origin and expansion in the Quran.
The Quran seems to imply that the iron was something “sent down” and not from this earth, an idea not foreign to 20th century science.
The Quran lays light on the lowest place of earth.
Why Islam is the true religion of God.
The verse of the Quran rightly points out the social fragility of the spider’s home that we have begun unraveling just recently.
Another example of social chaos in a spider web – matriphagy. The living “hell” of a spider’s home is a reminder of the consequences of polytheism.
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