Science and the Quran???
Submitted by forgiven (South Africa), Jun 22, 2007 at 08:58
show me one verse in the Quran that talks about modern science!!!
Quote it word for word...
The Bible talks about science....Just look for web sites on the topic.
But science does not necessarily prove divinity. Satan knows more about science than we do.
By the way, it can easily be shown that early man was way more intelligent than we are. They probably knew more about science than we do. You can find lots of material on this.
While we are on the topic of science, the bible makes the biggest claim i.e. the earth is about 6000 years old. Prove this wrong!
Let's not talk about hairy fairy stuff. Let's talk about:
1. Where did Allah come from?
2. Where did the symbols of Islam come from?
3. Where did the Quranic tales come from?
3. Where did the Islamic rites come from?
4. Why are Islam and Catholism so similar?
5. Where's the evidence that the Bible has been corrupted? (Quranic and historical)
6. Where's the historical evidence Jesus (MY LORD and SAVIOUR) was not crucified?
7. Can you produce a verse like a verse in the Bible?
8. I've got many verses that are far more profound, beautilful and prolific than verses in the Quran. So basically I have met up with the Muslim's challenge. Small problem: Who do I show them to? Who will be the judge?
These are the God of Bible's challenge:
1. Show a God that can predicate the future and it comes exactly true 100%.
2. Jesus is the same yesterday, today and forever more. Prove this false.
3. Proof Jesus never rose from the dead so that my faith can be made futile.
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