Which One Do You See: Hell or Miracle?

Edip Yüksel I know that the title and the subtitle of this article are quite challenging. If you have developed an attitude against witnessing the mathematical miracle of the Quran, you are justified to get upset with these words and perhaps get little angry. You might have already blinded your eyes and closed your ears …

Continue reading ‘Which One Do You See: Hell or Miracle?’ »

The 19 Rules of Inference

The prototype disbeliever who is challenged by the number 19 is described as the one who makes erroneous inferences (74:18-20). The repetitious reference to his fallacious logic emphasizes the importance of thinking and inferring properly.

God has embedded in our hardware and system software the rules of logical thinking (rooh and aql), which amazingly work perfectly in harmony with the rules of external or natural world. If we employ these rules they will help us to understand God’s law in the nature and the scripture. Our ego, our weakness to follow the crowd, our short term petty interests and similar interference can prevent us from employing those rules correctly or efficiently.

Was the Discovery of the Code 19 a Coincidence?

Edip Yüksel Dr. Rashad Khalifa did not have any knowledge that his curiosity regarding the meaning of the alphabet letters that initialize 29 chapters of the Quran would end up with the discovery of its mathematical system. His computerized study that started in 1969 gave its fruits in 1974 by the discovery of the 14 …

Continue reading ‘Was the Discovery of the Code 19 a Coincidence?’ »

365 Day in the Quran

365 Days: Literal Harmony and Astronomical Events  This is n internet argument on the frequency of the word  YaWM (Day) in the Quran. In the end of this lengthy argument, Daniel Lomax admitted that the frequency of the word YaWM (day) in singular form is indeed 365, its plural form is 30, and the total …

Continue reading ‘365 Day in the Quran’ »