Channel: Zakir Naik
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When we have the formula education, mathematics, history, science, geography, we see to it that in this when we teach, we incorporate 25% Islamic. For example, when we teach science, we talk about the Big Bang Theory, that a few decades earlier, the scientists discovered, how did our universe come into existence. First there was a primary Nebula, then there was a secondary separation, which gave us two galaxies, the stars, the planets and the earth on which we live. Then we say this is mentioned in the Quran 1400 years ago in Saudi Arabia, chapter number 21 was the majority of alamgir alesina kafu, do not the unbeliever see anathema watever cannot construct nakoma that the heavens
and the earth were joined together and we closed them asunder. Now this what the scientists have discovered, essentially, the Quran mentioned 1400 years ago about the Big Bang.
So in this way, the child comes closer to Allah subhanaw taala, at the same time, is being educated about science. We tell them that the first person who described the circulation it wasn't manifest.
Later on William Harvey made it famous to the Western world.