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Malcolm_X
19-06-02, 23:01
While it is stated in the Qur'an that it is easy for God to bring man back to life after death, peoples' fingerprints are particularly emphasized:

"Yes, We are able to put together in perfect order the very tips of his fingers." (The Qur'an, 75:3-4)

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Everyone, including identical twins, has a unique fingerprint. In other words, people's identities are coded at their fingertips. This coding system may also be compared to the barcode system that is used today.

The emphasis on fingerprints has a very special meaning. This is because everyone's fingerprint is unique to himself. Every person who is alive or who has ever lived in this world has a set of unique fingerprints.

That is why fingerprints are accepted as a very important proof of identity, exclusive to their owner, and are used for this purpose around the world.

But what is important is that this feature of fingerprints was only discovered in the late 19th century. Before then, people regarded fingerprints as ordinary curves without any specific importance or meaning. However in the Qur'an, God points to the fingertips, which did not attract anyone's attention at that time, and calls our attention to their importance-an importance that was only finally understood in our day.

almarocani
19-06-02, 23:05
Geplaatst door Malcolm_X
While it is stated in the Qur'an that it is easy for God to bring man back to life after death, peoples' fingerprints are particularly emphasized:

"Yes, We are able to put together in perfect order the very tips of his fingers." (The Qur'an, 75:3-4)

http://www.hyahya.org/images_miracle_Quran/part1_23_01.jpg
Everyone, including identical twins, has a unique fingerprint. In other words, people's identities are coded at their fingertips. This coding system may also be compared to the barcode system that is used today.

The emphasis on fingerprints has a very special meaning. This is because everyone's fingerprint is unique to himself. Every person who is alive or who has ever lived in this world has a set of unique fingerprints.

That is why fingerprints are accepted as a very important proof of identity, exclusive to their owner, and are used for this purpose around the world.

But what is important is that this feature of fingerprints was only discovered in the late 19th century. Before then, people regarded fingerprints as ordinary curves without any specific importance or meaning. However in the Qur'an, God points to the fingertips, which did not attract anyone's attention at that time, and calls our attention to their importance-an importance that was only finally understood in our day.

en nou in het nederlands graag!!!! :zwaai:

Simon
19-06-02, 23:44
Geplaatst door Malcolm_X
While it is stated in the Qur'an that it is easy for God to bring man back to life after death, peoples' fingerprints are particularly emphasized:

Hier wordt iets wetenschappelijks in de tekst gelegd die er oorspronkelijk helemaal niet in zit. Het is gewoon volksverlakkerij dit soort analyses.

Simon

almomina
01-07-02, 22:31
ok nu snap ik het helemaaaaaaaaal :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused: :confused: :maf3: :rotpc: :rotpc: :rotpc: :rotpc: :rotpc: :rotpc:

oem rabi3ah