Miraculous Quran

Miraculous Quran
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1400 years ago, The Quran mentioned scientific truths that we have only been able to uncover with the technology of the 20th century. These Qur'anic miracles range from basic arithmetics to the most advanced topics in astrophysics. You're invited to go through those miracles and judge for yourself.

The theory of the scientific miracle of the Qur'an claims that the Qur'an has a miracle in expressing some modern scientific discoveries like The Earth's Atmosphere, The Quran on Human Embryonic Development, The Quran on Mountains, The Quran on the Origin of the Universe, The Quran on the Cerebrum, The Quran on Seas and Rivers, The Quran on Deep Seas and Internal Waves, The Quran on Clouds, The Miracle of Iron, The Quran on the Expanding Universe and the Big Bang Theory, The Victory of the Romans and the Lowest Point on Earth, The Seven Earths and much more, that were unknown at the time of writing the Qur'an. The history of writing in connection with the science and religion of Islam dates back to the works of Ibn Sina, Fakhr al-Razi, and Abu Hamid al-Ghazali, but has increased significantly in recent times. Authors in this field include Naeem Al-Mohassi, Maurice Bukay, Rafiei Mohammadi, Mostarhameh, Makarem Shirazi, and Rezaei Isfahani. These interpretations claim that some verses of the Qur'an reflect prophetic statements about the nature and structure of the universe, physics, fetal biological growth, geology, mountain structure, and other phenomena that have been later confirmed by scientific research. This group of Quran commentators presents this as proof of the divinity of the Qur'an.

The Quran describes Muhammad as ummi (Q7:157), traditionally interpreted as "unlettered," and the ability of such a person to produce the Quran is taken as miraculous and as a sign of the genuineness of his prophethood. For example, according to Fakhr al-Din al-Razi, if Muhammad had mastered writing and reading he possibly would have been suspected of having studied the books of the ancestors.

Q11:13 "Will they say, he hath forged the Quran? Answer, bring therefore ten chapters like unto it, forged by yourselves; and call on whomsoever ye may to assist you, except God, if ye speak truth", was revealed in response to polytheists accusation that Muhammad's revelation was invented by him or came from other men.

Q17:88 "Say: 'If the mankind and the jinns were together to produce the like of this Qur'an, they could not produce the like thereof, even if they helped one another.'"

The term Quran code (also known as Code 19) refers to the claim that the Quranic text contains a hidden mathematically complex code. Advocates think that the code represents a mathematical proof of the divine authorship of the Quran.

Application features:
1. Scientific miracles of the Holy Quran Audio (Expansion of the Universe, The Big Bang in The Quran, Fecundating Winds, The Female Honey Bee, Perfect Orbits in the Universe, Waterbodies not mixing with each other, The House of the Spider, The Three Dark Stages of the Baby in the Womb, Quran on human embryonic development, The Weight of Clouds, The Mystery of Iron, The Importance of Moving in Sleep, The Creation in Pairs, Roundness of the Earth, The Returning Sky, The Star That Knocks e.t.c)
2. Mathematical codes and miracles of The Quran Videos (Fingertips miracle in the Quran, Bees and the number 16, dark energy, human chromosomes and more)
3. Nearly 200 Readable miracles of the Quran. Available categories: Astronomy, Botany, Biology, Chemistry, Cosmology, Egyptology, Embryology, Geology, History, Hydrology, Mathematics, Meteorology, Physics, Physiology and Zoology.
4. Ability to add a readable miracle of the Quran to favorites
5. Ability to add and save notes
6. You can share the app with your family/friends.

We will show them Our signs in the universe and within themselves until it becomes clear to them that this 'Quran' is the truth. Is it not enough that your Lord is a Witness over all things? Q41:53


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