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Miracles of Al Quran..

Post by dania on Thu Sep 25, 2008 1:02 am

Salam...

Sekadar sikit perkongsian taken from Harun Yahya's book..Word repetitions in Al QUran..

'Land' mentioned 13 times in the quran
'Sea' mentioned 32 times

Now, lets do some math..Smile

i)......... 'land' + 'sea' = 45 times

ii) 'Land' = (13/45) x 100% = 28.889%
'Sea' = (32/45) x 100% = 71.111%

Ada apa dgn jawapan di atas? Wink

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Re: Miracles of Al Quran..

Post by noman on Thu Sep 25, 2008 1:05 am

air tak cukup nak larutkan lagi tanah sedia ada?? Suspect

*SubhanAllah bounce


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Re: Miracles of Al Quran..

Post by dania on Thu Sep 25, 2008 1:08 am

Erm..jawapan yg kreatif..tp,knp pulak nak larutkan tanah? Whats the agenda?

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Re: Miracles of Al Quran..

Post by noman on Thu Sep 25, 2008 1:27 am

soalan menarik!! kenapa ye? marilah sama-sama kita semua fikirkan... scratch

p/s : ayoyo, bagi la can orang edit dulu woo... king

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Re: Miracles of Al Quran..

Post by cilipadi on Thu Sep 25, 2008 8:31 am

hehe nak cube
kalau ikut peratus tu, die more or less land = 1/3 daripada bumi, sea more or less = 2/3 which is true kalau ikut scientific evidence..

errrr betul ke??

Al-Qur'an = Mukjizat Agung.....

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Re: Miracles of Al Quran..

Post by asyiqin on Thu Sep 25, 2008 1:52 pm

ni budak medik nyer jwpn..sebab sama le ngan badan manusia 70% air , 30 % tanah..ok ke jwpn ni?

tapi, adakah tanah larut dlm air?

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Re: Miracles of Al Quran..

Post by dania on Sat Oct 11, 2008 6:52 am

Jawapan cilipadi tepat! Smile ..

Sis asyiqin, i thought badan manusia average 60% water(from my vague memory of 1st sem lectures)..but, it's a good try;)

Anyway, I've found this interesting article about H20..

---Water is considered a purifier in most religions. Major faiths that incorporate ritual washing (ablution) include Christianity, Hinduism, Rastafarianism, Islam, Shinto, Taoism, and Judaism. Immersion (or aspersion or affusion) of a person in water is a central sacrament of Christianity (where it is called baptism); it is also a part of the practice of other religions, including Judaism (mikvah) and Sikhism (Amrit Sanskar). In addition, a ritual bath in pure water is performed for the dead in many religions including Judaism and Islam.

In Islam, the five daily prayers can be done in most cases after completing washing certain parts of the body using clean water (wudu). In Shinto, water is used in almost all rituals to cleanse a person or an area (e.g., in the ritual of misogi).
Water is mentioned in the Bible 442 times in the New International Version and 363 times in the King James Version: 2 Peter 3:5(b) states, "The earth was formed out of water and by water" (NIV).

Some faiths use water especially prepared for religious purposes (holy water in some Christian denominations, Amrita in Sikhism and Hinduism). Many religions also consider particular sources or bodies of water to be sacred or at least auspicious; examples include Lourdes in Roman Catholicism, the Jordan River (at least symbolically) in some Christian churches, the Zamzam Well in Islam and the River Ganges (among many others) in Hinduism.

Water is often believed to have spiritual powers. In Celtic mythology, Sulis is the local goddess of thermal springs; in Hinduism, the Ganges is also personified as a goddess, while Saraswati have been referred to as goddess in Vedas. Also water is one of the "panch-tatva"s (basic 5 elements, others including fire, earth, space, air). Alternatively, gods can be patrons of particular springs, rivers, or lakes: for example in Greek and Roman mythology, Peneus was a river god, one of the three thousand Oceanids. In Islam, not only does water give life, but every life is itself made of water: "We made from water every living thing".[31]

The Ancient Greek philosopher Empedocles held that water is one of the four classical elements along with fire, earth and air, and was regarded as the ylem, or basic substance of the universe. Water was considered cold and moist. In the theory of the four bodily humors, water was associated with phlegm. Water was also one of the five elements in traditional Chinese philosophy, along with earth, fire, wood, and metal.---

Al Quran...Bukanlah sebuah kitab sains semata.Tetapi, dalamnya terkandung pelbagai hikmah dan pengajaran. Jom sama2 baca, selidik dan yang paling penting MENGAMALKANNYA..(pesanan utk diri sendiri jg)

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Re: Miracles of Al Quran..

Post by dania on Sat Oct 11, 2008 7:03 am

asyiqin wrote:ni budak medik nyer jwpn..sebab sama le ngan badan manusia 70% air , 30 % tanah..ok ke jwpn ni?

tapi, adakah tanah larut dlm air?

hm, tak pernah terfikir pulak whether tanah larut dlm air ke x..Tp, logically kalau tanah boleh larut dlm air, takkan adela benua dan lautan,kan?(sbb kalau betul mesti lautan tu dah larutkan benua2) Smile
ni hanyalah jwpn sy yg tak study geologi..kena tanya yg arif utk kepastian.. Wink

wallahua'lam

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