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Re: Scientific - The Qur'an, Its Own Evidence
By:Amirabbas, Iran
Date: Saturday, 12 May 2012, 3:10 pm
In Response To: Scientific - The Qur'an, Its Own Evidence (*Dr. Shabbir, Florida)

Salam,

Quite right, sir!

Sadly, most people won't choose to believe. I rest the ultimate Judgment with Allah, but, i think to myself, "if the Qur'an didn't exist or it wasn't the truth then most people would have been free of responsibility." I know this sad thought arises from the fact that not every person on this planet would be guided and would achieve Paradise. I cannot imagine a world without the Qur'an; yet i know now that the Qur'an is among us, and there's a heavy responsibility upon humanity, many people are in danger of leading their life to loss and destruction while they cannot bring any excuses.

That is a tragedy. But as a young man i am learning to accept and cope with tragedies and don't attach too much importance to them since Allah knows better! :-)

6:153 (Say, O My people,) this is my straight path, (and I, Muhammad, walk this path and so do my companions 12:108)). Follow it, then, and follow not other ways that take you away from His path. This He has ordained for you so that you live upright.

6:154 We had given Moses the scripture complete for him who would do good to others. We gave him the scripture in detail as guidance and a mercy that they might believe in the meeting of their Lord (and in that all actions are duly recompensed.)

6:155 And now this Qur’an is the Blessed Book that We have revealed. So follow it and live upright so that you attain mercy (and your human potential is guaranteed development, like the fetus grows in the mother’s womb.)

6:156 (Now the Qur’an has been given to you) lest you say, “The scripture was sent down to two groups (Jews and Christians) before our time, and we remained unaware of what they originally read.” [2:101]

6:157 Or lest you say, “If a Divine scripture had come to us, we would have been better guided than they. Now has come to you a clear evidence of truth from your Lord. It is a beacon and mercy. Who can be a greater transgressor than the one who denies the revelations of God and turns away from them in disregard? Our Law of Requital will award
those who turn away from Our revelations, an awful suffering for their disregard.

6:158 Are they waiting for angels, your Lord, or some physical miracles to come to them? On the Day one of such signs comes, no person will benefit from declaring belief if he did not believe before. Or who, while believing, did not do good works. (Belief has to be based on Reason and it must lead you to a productive life 12:108, 13:17.) Say, "Keep on
waiting (for miracles or the doom), we too are waiting (for the results of our efforts.”)

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Amirabbas, Iran -- Friday, 11 May 2012, 10:57 am
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*Dr. Shabbir, Florida -- Friday, 11 May 2012, 5:39 pm
Re: Scientific - The Qur'an, Its Own Evidence
Amirabbas, Iran -- Saturday, 12 May 2012, 3:10 pm