Author: Dr. Mazhar U. Kazi
Publisher: Crescent Publishing House (1997)
Pages: 142 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
The Quran is the only authentic book of Allah in the world today. Though the miracles of the Quran are countless. This compendium discusses only the evidences in support of the miraculous nature of some of the Quranic verses.
This book, as a whole or partially, was reviewed by a panel of nine persons, two Muslims, three new Muslims, one non Muslim, and three Muslim medical doctors. Whereas the medical doctors unanimously agreed to the miraculous nature of the verses presented under the chapters of discoveries in "Human Beings" and "Embryology", the remaining reviewers had varied opinions. It was noted that a certain reviewer did not accept the explanation of a verse as the evidence for its miraculous nature, but other reviewers accepted the same as an evident miracle of the Quran. Accordingly, a reader may not agree with the evidences of all the miracles presented in this book. He/She should therefore, concentrate on the evidences that appeal to him/her as the evident miracles of the Quran, and should seek his/her guidance and inspirations from those specific verses.
About the Author
The author is a well-known Muslim educator, speaker and writer. The author has taught at institutions of higher learning in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and the U.S.A. The author has served as a faculty member at K.A. College of Medicine, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The author's books have been published from Karachi, Lahore (Pakistan), Dehli (India), Jeddah (Saudi Arabia), New York, Indianapolis, and Dallas (USA). Presently, he is serving as a chaplain, in the state of Texas, for the federal, county and state prisons. He presently resides in Houston, TX.