Tuesday, 4 October 2011

Arguing against the Qur’aan using archaeology


would you please answer the following question, asked by my none-Muslim

On top of this, the Egyptians had a fairly standardized code of punishment,
which was generally followed. The punishment for treachery was to have the
tongue cut off, blasphemy was one hundred beatings. If a crime was
committed, it was formally charged and punished, it was not a heat of the
moment thing.

To me this is a problem of logical inconsistency in the Qur'an. Could
someone please rationally explain this for me.

David "

I really need the answer to his question ASAP please,

al-hamdu lillaah.

The problem lies in that your friend is a kafir (non-believer) who believes in what the
archeologists say more than in what Allaah the Most Exalted says. The only solution is
that this friend of yours realizes and believes that the One who created Moses, the
magicians, the Pharaohs, and the Persians, knows them better, and knows every minute
detail in their lives and all the events that occurred to them, than anyone else. And tell
this friend of yours, who claims that he has read the story of Moses and the Pharaoh:
Doesn’t Allah the Most Exalted say in the Qur’aan, with regards to the dialogue that
took place between Moses and the Pharaoh (interpretation of the meaning): Fir’aun
(Pharaoh) said: " What about the generations of old (previous generations)? Musa
(Moses) said : " The knowledge thereof is with my Lord, in a Record. My Lord is
neither unaware nor does He forget’’ Verses # 51-52, surat Ta-ha.

We ask Allah to guide your friend to the truth and to reward you for trying to call him
to Islam

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