Bone, cartilage, Embryology in the Qur'an, flesh, Hadith, Keith L Moore, muscle, ossification, Qur'an, skeleton
A short video clip where Dr. Keith L. Moore talks about bone development and the formation of muscular tissue in the embryo with reference to the Qur’anic terms ’izam (skeleton, bones) and lahm (muscles, flesh). Moore also answers the question of which “appears” first, the bones or muscle.
Dr. Moore is a professor emeritus in the Division of Anatomy within the Department of Surgery’s Faculty of Medicine, at the University of Toronto, Canada. He has contributed to numerous publications and texts, which include The Developing Human and Before We are Born. This video clip is from Embryology in the Qur’an by Dr. Keith Moore, 8th May 1990, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA.
See also: Embryology in the Qur’an: Bone and Muscle Development
Habib Bobat said:
Masha-Allah fantastic work keep it up
Younis Tahir said:
What Moore mentions in this video is critical and raises questions as to how people like PZ Myers, for example, can claim that the development of the bones and muscles take place simultaneously.
Moore logically deduces that “you wouldn’t have muscles UNTIL you had something to attach them to; you have the bones and then the muscles”.
“And this is clearly stated in the Qur’an,” he adds.
Again the descriptions of embryology in the Qur’an are NOT inconsistent with science.
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