Embryology in the Quran – Part 4

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Zakir Naik

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And previously, the scientists, they thought it was

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in the 16th and 17th century.

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When scientists like ceramidin, they thought that the sperm contained the miniature human being, that of the sperm contain the miniature human being, and then it grew in the womb of the mother. Later on, when they came to know that the size of the ovum is bigger than the sperm, demographic, he said, that the human being is present in the ovum and not this form.

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Later on in 18th century, ma peritus, he propounded the biparental theory that both the ovum and the sperm is responsible for the creation of the human being, they fertilize they form the zygote with the Quran as described in great detail.

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Furthermore, the Quran says in Surah, chapter number 22, verse number five, that we've created the human beings from a minute quantity of clay made into alika made the lecanto mooska. Partly formed and partly unformed.

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This was of the Quran

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was taken to Dr. Marshall Johnson, who is the head of the department of anatomy, and Daniel Institute. And so Thomas Jefferson University and USA and Philadelphia. Now we have come to know in science, that if at this stage, we cut the embryo

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and we analyze the organs, we find some of the organs are formed, some are not formed. So Professor Marshall Johnson said, if we describe this stage of the embryo as a complete creation, it will be wrong, because some organs are not formed. If we label it as an incomplete creation, that's also wrong because some of the organs are formed. So there's no better description than the description mission the Quran, partly formed and partly and formed.

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In Arabic, it can also be treated that differentiated and undifferentiated and probably the Marshall Johnson said that at this stage, some cells are differentiated, some undifferentiated

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for this mission in the Quran, in Surah.

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Chapter number 32 was number nine, that we have given the human beings, the faculty of hearing and sight.

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It's mentioned for insan chapter number 76, verse number two, we have given through the human being the gift of hearing, sight and feeling to the Quran first speaks about hearing, then it speaks about sight. And today's science tells us the first sense to develop in the human being is the sense of hearing. By the 22nd day, the year starts to formulate, and by the fifth month of pregnancy, it is completed. And later on, the eye splits open. That's the seventh month of pregnancy. So the Quran

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is perfect in conformity with science. First comes a sense of yearning, then comes a sense of sight. There was an experiment done,

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where a baby whose mother was a typist, a newborn baby was taken.

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And the mother of that baby was a typist. And that baby, born to a typist, was placed along with other nine babies were born to normal mothers who were not typist, and the typewriter was sounded. All the babies were scared except the baby of the typist, because the baby of the typist, was used to hearing the typewriter in the womb of the mother. So the baby was used to it so he wasn't scared.

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You know, there are many reasons we say that the pregnant woman should read the Quran. Today science has confirmed that when the mother is pregnant when the lady is pregnant, what she sees what she hears, what she listens has an impact on the child.