Is Qur'an a miracle?

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PostTue Apr 17, 2012 8:28 am » by Sumonht1990


Is Qur'an a Miracle? How a book can be Miracle?

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PostTue Apr 17, 2012 8:44 am » by Iwanci


No, its a fantasy novel just like all other religious texts, the bible included...

Sorry written by man, to be read by man for use by man... there is no miracle in what men do, just a whole heap of 'non understanding' and wishful thinking..

Take whatever makes you happy from it, then trash the rest... just like reading a Harry Potter book really, good guys vs bad guys, good vs evil, the righteous over the unholy, etc etc.. lessons learnt can be summed up into one thing.. be a good person. End of story....


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PostTue Apr 17, 2012 10:59 am » by Slith


iwanci wrote:No, its a fantasy novel just like all other religious texts, the bible included...

Sorry written by man, to be read by man for use by man... there is no miracle in what men do, just a whole heap of 'non understanding' and wishful thinking..

Take whatever makes you happy from it, then trash the rest... just like reading a Harry Potter book really, good guys vs bad guys, good vs evil, the righteous over the unholy, etc etc.. lessons learnt can be summed up into one thing.. be a good person. End of story....


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PostTue Apr 17, 2012 12:26 pm » by Svaha


iwanci wrote:No, its a fantasy novel just like all other religious texts, the bible included...

Sorry written by man, to be read by man for use by man... there is no miracle in what men do, just a whole heap of 'non understanding' and wishful thinking..

Take whatever makes you happy from it, then trash the rest... just like reading a Harry Potter book really, good guys vs bad guys, good vs evil, the righteous over the unholy, etc etc.. lessons learnt can be summed up into one thing.. be a good person. End of story....


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Agree, also the bible isn't even a book, it's a collection of texts that have the approval of the church.
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PostTue Apr 17, 2012 3:14 pm » by Haansolo


The Bible did not fall magically from the clouds. Man created it as a historical record of tumultuous times, and it has evolved through countless translations, additions, and revisions. History has never had a definitive version of the book
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PostTue Apr 17, 2012 3:38 pm » by Flecktarn


iwanci wrote:No, its a fantasy novel just like all other religious texts, the bible included...

Sorry written by man, to be read by man for use by man... there is no miracle in what men do, just a whole heap of 'non understanding' and wishful thinking..

Take whatever makes you happy from it, then trash the rest... just like reading a Harry Potter book really, good guys vs bad guys, good vs evil, the righteous over the unholy, etc etc.. lessons learnt can be summed up into one thing.. be a good person. End of story....


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PostTue Apr 17, 2012 4:04 pm » by Tuor10


The Koran was written by a man, who had no formal education. Apparently, the words were fed to him by God.

I personally believe that Mohammed was part of a sect. This sect aided him in the writing of the Koran. That said, there are some very interesting scientific passages in the Koran. I am pretty sure it states the world is round, and mentioned the cycles of the solar system.

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PostTue Apr 17, 2012 7:28 pm » by Stratosfear


tuor10 wrote:I personally believe that Mohammed was part of a sect. This sect aided him in the writing of the Koran. That said, there are some very interesting scientific passages in the Koran. I am pretty sure it states the world is round, and mentioned the cycles of the solar system.


Given the state of Islamic astronomy and mathematics (didn't they give us the zero, or is that just a myth?) back then it's no surprise that there are some accurate scientific passages in the Koran. They were certainly taking more scientific interest in the world and heavens than many European countries at the time. Makes you wonder what happened since then.
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PostTue Apr 17, 2012 7:34 pm » by Tuor10


stratosfear wrote:]

Given the state of Islamic astronomy and mathematics (didn't they give us the zero, or is that just a myth?) back then it's no surprise that there are some accurate scientific passages in the Koran. They were certainly taking more scientific interest in the world and heavens than many European countries at the time. Makes you wonder what happened since then.


I do wonder as well, mate.

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PostTue Apr 17, 2012 8:04 pm » by Abdul14


according to google search, a Hindu mathematician by the name of Ramanujacharya is the guy who invented the zero
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