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AL-QURAN AND SCIENCE
Transcript of AL-QURAN AND SCIENCE
THE CREATION OF HUMAN BEING
NUR ADILA BINTI AZHAR
Stages of human's creation according to Al-Quran
"We created man out of the extract of clay"
- refer to the creation of Adam (a.s.)
"Then we made him as the drop in to an 'alaqah"
1. Suspended thing
3 meanings of alaqah ;
Mudghah means chewed-like substance.
"Then we made the 'alaqah into a mudghah"
"Then We made him as a drop in a place of settlement, firmly fixed"
"Then we made the mudghah into a bone"
The formation of muscles surrounding the bones will occur.
"We clothed the bone with flesh"
The formation of brain, spinal cord,
ears and others already occurred .
The baby's breathing system was formed.
Baby's heart began to beat.
"Then We caused it to grow into another creation"
The skeleton starts to appear
It is followed by the appearance of the external genitals organ.
The completion of human body including the head, body and limbs.
The organs and the systems start to function
The foetus is ready to live outside the womb
2. Blood clot
This stage as known as the development a new creature (khalqan akhar)
This is what we can see the suspension of the embryo,
during the alaqah stage to the uterus (womb) of the mother.
In this photomicrograph, we can see the suspension of an embryo (marked B) during the alaqah stage (about 15 days old) in the womb of the mother. The actual size of the embryo is about 0.6 mm
Scientist find that the external appearance of the embryo during the alaqah stage is similar to that of a blood clot.
This is due to the presence of relatively large amounts of blood present in the embryo during this stage.
Also during this stage, the blood in the embryo does not circulate until the end of the third week.
Thus, the embryo at this stage is like a clot of blood.
In comparing a leech to an embryo in the alaqah stage, scientist find similarity between the two.
The embryo at this stage obtains nourishment from the blood of the mother
Similar to the leech, they feed on the blood of others.
Professor Emeritus Keith L.Moore
Keith Leon Moore (born on 5 October 1925 in Brantford, Ontario)
A professor emeritus in the division of anatomy, in the Faculty of Surgery, at the University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Scientist in the field of anatomy and embryology.
The author of the book entitled
The Developing Human
, which has been translated into eight languages.
"It has been a great pleasure for me to help clarify statements in the Quran about human development. It is clear to me that these statements must have come to Muhammad from God, because almost all of this knowledge was not discovered until many centuries later. This proves to me that Muhammad must have been a messenger of God.”
He acknowledged the truth of the Qur'an when he was studying about the creation of human being
Why does Allah use the word "We" to refer to Himself?
We already know Allah our lord is One as in Surah al-Ikhlas 112:1-4. But why does Allah the Lord use the word “We” to refer to Himself in many verse or ayat in the Qur’an?
Whenever in the Qur’an Allah mentioned in the third person, there are always singular pronouns used, such as He, him (Huwa or Hu). Whenever Allah is spoken to the second person, there are also singular pronouns, such as Thou, Thine and Thee (Anta, Ka).
However only in the first person sometimes the pronouns I, My or Mine (Ana, Iyaya, ya) are used and sometimes We, Us and Our (Nahnu, Na) are used.
This is a style of speech. Sometimes the speaker says I and sometime says we. We also use that in our conversations. In the Qur’an you will see that often the first person singular such as I or My is used, when Allah speaks about His love, care and closeness and forgiveness for His servants.
In a similar way the first person plural is often used when Allah speaks about His power, majesty, glory, great deeds or when He speaks about His anger and wrath for the sinners and criminals.
(This is, of course, the general use. Sometime the reverse is also the case, depending on the context of the Surah.)
taken from : http://www.islam101.com/tauheed/AllahWE.htm