The Deen Show – Quran Knew this before science

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AI: Summary © The speaker discusses how a science-led initiative will be ripped out through our foreheads and wielding our personality. They also talk about how religion and science should support each other, and how the brain is crucial in determining whether a person is a good or bad person. The speaker also promotes a free copy of the Quran and a deen show, and encourages viewers to support them on Patreon.
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A lot talks about how he's going to pull or how our souls are going to be pulled out through for English translation I said, I have says through our forelocks right through our foreheads through, they're going to be ripped out.

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In lemmya Danila Nussbaum

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no, no. If he does not desist, we will surely drag him by the forelock. Nicely,

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gaudy. That thing called

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a lying sinning forelock. For a believer, it's just a little perspiration. perspiration.

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With my functional neurology, where what area now do you think science should support religion and your religion should support your science there? If they're right? Where do you think you make that final decision whether you just do something or you inhibit that bad action? That's the forehead. That's the frontal lobes. That's the forelock. That's the brain. There's no way we knew that 1500 years ago. I mean, remember, just a few 100 years ago, people thought women didn't have a brain, they thought, you know, the Christians didn't think women had a soul for ever, right? I mean, here's the Quran 1500 years ago or so, telling us that this is where you're going to be punished from or

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pulled out through when you're a bad guy. And that's, that's your final inhibition. That's your final initiation of the good or bad you decide to do. It's the forehead. It's the forelock. So it's really science, religion, it all agrees upon for me. People wondered, Is there something different about the brain of somebody who does violent acts particularly repetitive, violent acts, in comparison to an ordinary person's brain, but not very much was known about it until the last maybe 1520 years, particularly as we entered the era of the magnetic resonance imaging,

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front part of the brain, called the orbital frontal cortex, the, the that area

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is involved in moral decision making in figuring out what's right versus what's wrong, that we learned as we grow up and are instructed by our parents and our teachers. So if that area of the brain is not operating at full tilt, it may be possible, then to carry out an act which would be repugnant and very much against the, the biological roots of crime. He's narrowed in on a part of the brain called the prefrontal cortex. One of its primary roles is moderating social behavior is a normal individual with good frontal lobe functioning. Here's an example of the 42 modules we had, you can see a distinct lack of activation in that prefrontal cortex. That's the

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ah, we'll see

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we will be

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Rolla colletion.

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