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*[[Cosmology of the Quran|Cosmology of the Qur'an]]
 
*[[Cosmology of the Quran|Cosmology of the Qur'an]]
*[[The Miracle of 19]]
 
 
*[[Geocentrism and the Quran|Geocentrism and the Qur'an]]
 
*[[Geocentrism and the Quran|Geocentrism and the Qur'an]]
 
*[[Flat Earth and the Quran|Flat Earth and the Qur'an]]
 
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*[[Embryology in the Quran|Embryology in the Qur'an]]
 
*[[Dhul-Qarnayn and the Sun Setting in a Muddy Spring|Dhul-Qarnayn and the Sun Controversy]]
 
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*[[Science and the Seven Earths]]
 
*[[Quranic Claim of Everything Created in Pairs|Qur'anic Claim of Everything Created in Pairs]]
 
*[[Quranic Claim of Everything Created in Pairs|Qur'anic Claim of Everything Created in Pairs]]
*[[Quran and the Big Bang|Qur'an and the Big Bang]]
 
*[[I. A. Ibrahim]], [[Harun Yahya]] & [[Zakir Naik]]
 
 
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Islamic Views on the Shape of the Earth
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Islamic scriptures imply, adhere to, and describe a flat-Earth cosmography (arranged in a geocentric system) which conceives of the earth as existing in the form of a large plane or disk. While some early Islamic authorities maintained that the earth existed in the shape of a "ball", such notions are entirely absent in the earliest Islamic scriptures.

Nonetheless, as knowledge of the Earth's spherical form has existed to greater or lesser degree since at least classical Greek (4th Century BCE), it has been frequently argued in recent times that the early scholars of Islam, the first followers of Muhammad, and indeed Islamic scripture itself supported the spherical-earth model, although evidence for these claims is lacking. (read more)