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The Quran and Modern Science

The Quran and Modern Science

by Dr. Maurice Bucaille (Edited by Dr. A. A. Bilal Philips) Table of Contents Editor’s Foreword Introduction Religion & Science The Qur’an And Science Authenticity Of Qur’an Creation Of The Universe Astronomy The Sun and Moon. Stars and Planets Orbits The Day and Night The Solar Apex Expansion of the Universe Conquest of Space Geology

The Opener (First Chapter of The Quran)

The Opener (First Chapter of The Quran)

Sura Al-Fatiha “The Opening” Sura Al-Fatiha (“The Opening”) is the first chapter of the Quran. Its verses are a prayer for God’s guidance and stress the Lordship and Mercy of God (Allah in Arabic). This chapter has a special role in daily prayers (Salat), being recited at the start of each unit of prayer, or

The Preservation of the Glorious Quran

The Preservation of the Glorious Quran

A Miracle to last till the End! The Methodology The Glorious Quran is the pure word of God. There is not a single word therein that is not divine. Divine verses therefore, have not been mingled with the history of the Arabs or the events that occurred during the period its revelation. The Book has

Quran: The Word of God

Quran: The Word of God

877-Why-Islam Brochure The Quran is the holy book which Muslims recite and turn to for guidance in all aspects of their lives. Its verses have remained intact since their original revelation by God in the 7th century. This brochure explains the divine origin of the Quran by elaborating upon its preservation, authenticity and miracles. It

The Amazing Quran

By Gary Miller Introduction The Quran is the last revealed Word of God. It is a record of the exact words revealed by God to the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) through the Angel Gabriel. It was then dictated to his Companions who memorized it, and it was written down by scribes. The Quran

What is the Quran?

What is the Quran?

Miracle of Allah and Final Testament to Humankind “The Quran: literally, ‘that which is often recited.’ A web of rhythm and meaning, the words of which throb through Muslim worship and which, at every point in the believer’s life , break surface, sanctifying existence with the scent of eternity.” [Abdul Wadod Shalabi in “Islam –