THE HOLY QUR’AN CREATION FROM HOT SMOKE, THE SPLITTING ASUNDER OF "THE HEAVENS AND THE EARTH“ & THE CREATION OF WHAT LIES BETWEEN THE HEAVENS AND THE EARTH BASED ON THE WORKS OF HARUN YAHYA WWW.HARUNYAHAY.COM and others PREPARED BY firstname.lastname@example.orgDr F.Dejahang, BSc CEng, BSc (Hons) Construction Mgmt, MSc, MCIOB, .MCMI, PhD
The Holy Qur'an is the Word of Allah
CREATION FROM HOT SMOKE • The picture represents the Big Bang, which revealed once again that Allah created the universe from nothingness. • The Big Bang is a theory that has been proven with scientific evidence. • Although some scientists tried to advance arguments against the Big Bang, scientific evidence has caused the Big Bang theory to be completely accepted by the scientific community.
THE SPLITTING ASUNDER OF "THE HEAVENS AND THE EARTH" • Intriguingly, when we think about the first moments of the Big Bang, we see that the entire matter of the universe collected at one single point. • In other words, everything-including "the heavens and earth" which were not created yet-were in an interwoven and inseparable condition. • Then, this point exploded violently, causing its matter to disunite.
THE CREATION OF WHAT LIES BETWEEN THE HEAVENS AND THE EARTH • Scientists state that first of all, a mass of hot gas increased in density. • This mass later divided into smaller parts to form galactic matter and later still, the stars and planets. • To put it another way, the Earth along with stars around it, are all parts which separated from a united body of gas.
THE CREATION OF WHAT LIES BETWEEN THE HEAVENS AND THE EARTH • Some of these parts brought the suns and planets into being, thus leading to the emergence of the many Solar Systems and galaxies. • As we have set out in earlier sections of this book, the universe was first in a state of "ratq" (fusion: combined together, united) and then became "fataqa" (divided into parts).
THE CREATION OF WHAT LIES BETWEEN THE HEAVENS AND THE EARTH • The emergence of the universe is described with the most suitable words in the Qur'an, in such a way as to confirm the scientific accounts. 6