The Qur’an literally means “the recitation”. According to linguists, it’s the finest work in classical Arabic literature. Allah has verbally revealed it to Prophet Muhammad through the angel Gabriel.
In fact, this happened gradually over a period of 23 years. It began on December 22, 609 CE, when Prophet Muhammad was 40. And then concluded in 632, when the prophet died.
Dr. Shabir Ally tackles the issue of mathematical miracles in the Qur’an. In this video, Ally focuses on the specific occurrence of the number 19 in the Qur’an, and how it impacts and relates to the discussion on mathematical miracles in the Qur’an.
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As a matter of fact, Ally is the president of the Islamic Information & Dawah Centre International in Toronto, Canada.
He is a Muslim academic and public speaker on Islam and comparative religion. In fact, he’s also a prolific debater. He engages in regular debates around the world with noted theologians and renowned philosophers.
Ally mentioned in an article in 2014 that he found things in the Qur’an that amount to 19 or multiples of it. According to him, these occurrences are more frequent than mere chance, and they occur at key places to draw reader’s attention.
To understand in details, check the video of this episode of the series: “Quran – Is It Really The Word of God”.
This article is from our archive, originally published on an earlier date.