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« on: September 22, 2012, 03:26:28 AM »

How Was Man Created?
Was man created from a blood clot as the verse below states?

(Quran 96:2)
Created man, out of a mere clot of congealed blood.

Or was man created from water as Mohammed has stated in the verses below?

(Quran 21:30)
...WE made EVERY (including man) living thing
from water...

(Quran 25:54)
It is He who has created man from water...

Or was man created from "sounding" clay?

(Quran 15:26)
He created man from sounding clay, from mud
moulded into shape...

Or was man created from dust?

(Quran 3:59)
...He created him from dust, then said to him
Be and he was.

(Quran 30:20)
Among His signs is this that he created you from
dust; and then- Behold, ye are men scattered
far and wide!

Or was man created from nothing?

(Quran 19:67)
But does not man call to mind that WE created
him before out of nothing.

Or was man actually created from earth?

(Quran 11:61)
...Ye have no other god but him. It is he who
hath created you from the earth and settled you

Or was it a drop of sperm that created man?

(Quran 16:4)
He has created man from a sperm-drop...

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« Reply #1 on: September 22, 2012, 04:51:41 AM »
If one says to bake a cake I need eggs, then after some time, he says i need butter, then he says flour, is this a contradiction? Surely not. Those verses complete each other.
« Last Edit: September 22, 2012, 07:42:09 AM by Final Overture »
«We were the lowest of all people and then Allah gave us glory by Islam, and if we seek glory in anything other that what Allah has given us, Allah will disgrace us.» Umar ibn Khattab

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« Reply #2 on: December 17, 2012, 04:04:15 PM »
I'll explain. We got montmorillonite, a type of clay, a building block for life. Then we got water, which makes up majority of the human body. Montmorillonite clay will catalyze (speed up) the formation of RNA (building block of life) under aqueous (water) conditions, as it has been proven. This is not a contradiction lol. Rather, it is complete science.

This is stupid junk we hear from Christian sites all the time. We see that the Qur'an has said humans were made from an extract of clay AND water. You need both! The RNA world hypothesis states that montmorillonite, a type of clay, will catalyze the formation of RNA under aqueous conditions. As for the blood clot, that was the progeny. Beginning of man was from RNA, but his progeny was made from a zygote (that's the blood clot!). So next time a Christian says "omg contradiction!" tell him to go back to 2nd grade science!

Also, WikiIslam says that Islam says the Qur'an says we were directly made from clay, that's false. The Qur'an specifically and accurately lists the requirements: Sunlight, montmorillonite clay, water, and of course spirit.

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« Reply #3 on: December 21, 2012, 05:08:27 PM »
Thanks bro, this is another addition from our lovely site:

I wonder, if three bakers were to come visit the author of this list and one were to say: "Bread is made from flour," the next were to say "bread is made from dough" and the third were to say: "Bread is made from wheat," if he would consider this a "contradiction" too?

If two physicists now came along and one said "bread is made from atoms" and the other said "bread is made from molecules," would this be an even further "contradiction"?

The blood of all living creatures is composed of 55 percent plasma, which in turn is composed of more than 90 percent water. As opposed to 1400 centuries ago when the Qur'an was first revealed by God, today it is a well known fact that the major "ingredient" in the human body is water (a matter emphasized ONLY in the Qur'an and not in the Bible). It is further very well known that mankind is made from "dust" (when you place his body in the grave and leave it for a number of years, and the water evaporates, what form does his body revert to? Further, what is "clay"? Is it not a special form of water and dust? It is equally obvious that if God created everything then there must have been a time when everything we see was "nothing," including humans.

However, our current author severely dislikes all Muslims and is bent on discovering "contradictions." The irony of the matter is that although he has no formal knowledge of these matters but manages to brand all of these statements to be "contradictory," in spite of that, when truly objective and unbiased Christian scholars who are world renown specialist in this field are presented with the very same verses and many more, and spend over three years studying them in detail, we find these world renown Christian scholars so totally amazed at their accuracy in matters which were only scientifically proven in the last twenty years that they found no recourse but to admit that it must have come from God and even to go so far as to suggest the total replacement of current scientific terminology with that used by God in the Qur'an. But they is saying this with regard to the Muslim Qur'an and not their own Christian Bible. Who are some of these men? Among them are Prof. Keith Moore, Prof. E. Marshall Johnson, Prof. Joe Leigh Simpson, Prof. T.V.N. Persaud , Dr. Maurice Bucaille, and Dr. Tejatet Tejasen to name but a few.
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« Reply #4 on: December 22, 2012, 08:42:20 AM »
Stop using scientific makes me feel dumb. T.T


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