>From: "bivalve" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> At an Islamic outreach and apologetics table in London, I picked up a
> brochure claiming to provide scientific support for Islam. Passages from
> the Quran were claimed to be remarkably vindicated by modern scientific
> discoveries, causing amazed scientists to convert. A passage vaguely
> describing the condition of a developing embryo, with much less precision
> than might be obtained by examination of premature babies, was cited as
> supernaturally detailed medical knowledge. Another example claimed that
> mysterious properties of undersea springs discovered by Cousteau so matched
> a statement in the Quran that he converted to Islam.
Hmmm. Religious believers looking to modern science for a vindication of the
credibility of their Sacred Book. Where have I seen that before?
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