Does Qur’an Contain Scientific Miracles?

This video is an episode of the GDM Show of Mr. Hamza Andreas Tzortzis who’s a Greek public speaker on Islam, a writer, lecturer, instructor and researcher.

In 2010, Tzortzis helped in publishing a survey study to gauge non-Muslims’ views of Islam in the United Kingdom. Additionally, in 2015 he was a finalist for Religious Advocate of the Year at the British Muslim Awards.

Moreover, Tzortzis has contributed to the BBC news programs: The Big Questions and Newsnight.

Watch & Think

This episode named: “The Book of Signs : There are no scientific miracles in the Qur’an” sheds some light on the thoughts of Mr. Tzortzis that the Holy Qur’an doesn’t contain scientific miracles and that this book is a sacred scripture that was sent from Allah to us.

The following show talks about the reliability of believing in the opinion that the Holy Qur’an contains scientific miracles.

Is the term “scientific signs” a better description than “scientific miracles“? Please feel free to tell us your opinion through the comment box at the end of this page. What do you think?