Some Aayahs (Qur’aanic verses) give a rather comprehensive description of human development from the time of the commingling of the gametes through organogenesis. No such distinct and complete record of human development such as classification, terminology, and description existed before its revelation in the 7th C. In most, if not all, instances, this description antedates by many centuries the recording of the various stages of human embryonic and fetal development recorded in the traditional scientific literature.
ment recorded in the traditional scientific literature. Some among the Christians insist that Christ must have had a father, as a virgin birth is “scientifically impossible”. They argue this, and perhaps they do not know that there could be a creation without a father. The Qur’aan replied to them and has used as an example the creation of Adam. Allah (SWT) said about the similitude of Jesus before Allah (SWT) is as that of Adam;
He created him from dust, then said to him: “Be” : And he was. " (Qur’aan 3:59).
Modern science now revealed that many animals and beings in this world are born and reproduced without fertilization from the male of the species. For example, a male bee is no more than an egg which has not been fertilized by the male, whereas the egg which has been fertilized by the male functions as a female. Moreover, male bees are created from the eggs of the queen but without fertilization by a male. There are many other examples such as this in the animal world. Moreover, man today has the scientific means of stimulating the female's egg of some organisms so that this egg develops without fertilization by a male. Let us read the words of Professor Goeringer: “In another type of approach, unfertilized eggs of many species of amphibians and lower mammals can be activated by mechanical (such as pricking with a needle), physical (such as thermal shock), or chemical means by any of a number of differentchemical substances, and continue to advance to stages of development. In some species, this type of parthenogenetic development is natural.”
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