Zakir Naik – Quran Mentioned 1400 Years Ago the Sun Rotates About its Axis, Opposite of what I Learnt in School

Zakir Naik
AI: Summary © Speaker 1 discusses the history of science and how the sun and the moon have distorted the axis of the universe. They also mention that the creation of the night and day has been incorporated into most textbooks throughout the world, but the title of the book doesn't reference this. Speaker 1 adds that the Arabs had learned about astronomy a few hundred years ago, but the book doesn't reference this.
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When I was in school, I passed my school in 1982. for 29 years back there I had learned in science that the sun boy it revolves, it does not rotate about its own axis. But the Quran mentions in Saudi Arabia, chapter number 21 was the mortality who will nezzie colletta levana Hara, it is he who has created the night and the day, where shumsa welcomer, the sun in the moon. He has Boone, each one traveling in orbit with its own motion. The Quran says the sun and the moon. Besides evolving, it also rotates about its own axis. And today, recently, a few decades earlier, science has come to know that the sun rotates and takes about 25 days to complete one rotation which has been

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incorporated in most of the school textbooks throughout the world.

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There may be certain skeptics will say it's nothing great that the Quran speaks about astronomy since the atoms were advanced in the field of astronomy.

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I do agree that the Arabs were advanced in the field of astronomy, but like to remind them that the atoms became advanced in the field of astronomy a few 100 years after the Quran was revealed. So it is from the Quran that the Arabs learned about astronomy and not the vice versa

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