Summary of Shocking Historical Precision of the Quran

This is an AI generated summary. There may be inaccuracies.
Summarize another video · Purchase Premium

00:00:00 - 00:25:00

The Quran contains many historical accuracies that were unknown at the time it was composed. It correctly describes the Pharaoh of Moses, the Israelites, and various events that took place during a time of a biblical flood. The author of the Quran had a deep understanding of ancient Egyptian religion and culture, which is evident in the accuracy of the Quran's portrayal of Egyptian beliefs and history.

  • 00:00:00 The Quran reveals secrets about ancient Egyptian history that until recently were lost to mankind. The pyramids and pharaohs are one of the most studied and scrutinized civilizations of the ancient world, but it remains veiled in mystery in this video we are going to see that the Quran reveals secrets about egypt that until recently were lost to mankind. The pyramid text praises pharaoh claiming that upon his death he will ascend through the sky and claim supremacy of the heavens by becoming a star. We can see that the Quran quotes the pyramid text directly in its rebuttal of Egyptian adulations of pharaoh. What's amazing is that knowledge of the ancient Egyptian language of hieroglyphics was lost to mankind at the time the Quran was revealed, but it was regained over a thousand years later when an artifact known as the rosetta stone was discovered. When you hear the word pharaoh what comes into your mind most people think of the supreme ruler of egypt, but this is incorrect. Pharaoh originally referred to the royal palace in ancient Egypt and was used to refer to the Egyptian king under the new kingdom. In light of these historical facts, the Quran cannot have copied from the Bible because the Quran corrects the Bible.
  • 00:05:00 The video looks at various contradictions in the Bible between what is said about the Israelites and what is said about them in the Quran. The Quran fixes these contradictions and provides additional information about the Israelites, such as their small number at the time of Moses and their gradual increase in number to take possession of the land. The archaeological evidence confirms that various forms of crucifixion were used in antiquity, including impalement on a stake.
  • 00:10:00 This video discusses the historical accuracy of the Quran, which reveals that it was composed centuries after the quran was revealed. Both the bible and quran mention the pharaoh of Moses by name, and we can use the details provided in the scriptures to try to identify the pharaoh. Both scriptures speak of the israelites being taken into slavery before the birth of Moses, and this establishes an upper boundary in the timeline of the pharaohs from the point of view of both the bible and quran. We are now left with 18 pharaohs as candidates who may have ruled during the time of Moses. The biblical narrative contradicts the historical evidence, while the quran depicts a single pharaoh reigning from the birth of Moses all the way up to the exodus.
  • 00:15:00 The Quran claims that the Pharaoh of Moses was arrogant, and that he built the great temple at Abu Simbel to honor himself. His body was later discovered and is on display in the Cairo Museum. The documentary Sir Tony Robinson states that this Pharaoh is one of the few whose body has survived largely intact. The biblical narrative provides reasons for the six seemingly random plagues, and the Quran explains them as a result of the flood.
  • 00:20:00 The Quran mentions various historical events that can be easily explained by events that took place during a time of a biblical flood. These events include the death of frogs, flies, and livestock, as well as the appearance of boils on humans and cattle. The Quran also mentions a sale of Joseph for a small amount of silver, which is in contrast to the Bible's claim that this sale took place with some Arabs outside of Egypt.
  • 00:25:00 The author of the Quran had a deep understanding of ancient Egyptian religion and pyramid texts, which detailed the belief that after death, the Pharaoh would ascend to heaven. This knowledge was used in the construction of a monument for Pharaoh, which included a priestly function. Back in his own time, Bakken Honsu was known as Harm Amana, meaning "Servant of Amun." He served as high priest of Amun for 27 years, and is mentioned in the Quran as Harmon. The similarity between the names is only superficial; the biblical Harmon served under a Persian king, and bears no relation to the quranic Harman of Egypt.

Copyright © 2024 Summarize, LLC. All rights reserved. · Terms of Service · Privacy Policy · As an Amazon Associate, earns from qualifying purchases.