So according to your Quran the star is in the lowest of seven heavens and the moon somewhere therein. Now it seems to me that the Quran says the moon is farther away from earth than the stars are. But as we all know today, this is just wrong. How do you explain this?Yes the physical stars are in heaven1 but does not mean that heaven 2 is totally outside heaven 1 or surrounding it
A commit can be used to hit daemons in heaven 2, we don't know how but this is what Islam says, so they interacts
As the creator of the universe and the inventor of mathematics and logic, I would expect a more precise explanation than this, especially since the verses in the Quran are supposed to prove a divine author. Why so ambigous? Why talk of concepts of heavens that are completely unknown to humans?
Nothing specifically say that the moon is higher than the stars, on the contrary it tells a scientific fact that the Sun is burning and the Moon is just lighting
Ah yes, I have heard this many times. First of all, I don't think we needed God's infallible wisdom to work this out. The sun is always shining, and just by looking at it and feeling the heat you can deduce that it is fire (as many ancient religions and myths tell) or a lamp as you would say. Does the Quran say that the sun is a star by the way?
The moon on the other hand may look like a source of light, but only on the full moon. Most of the time there are shades on it. This is well known and easily seen from earth. This does not look like a source of light to me.
There is also this, Quran surah 25 verse 61.Sahih International
Blessed is He who has placed in the sky great stars and placed therein a [burning] lamp and luminous moon.Muhsin Khan
Blessed be He Who has placed in the heaven big stars, and has placed therein a great lamp (sun), and a moon giving light
Blessed be He Who hath placed in the heaven mansions of the stars, and hath placed therein a great lamp and a moon giving light
Blessed is He Who made constellations in the skies, and placed therein a Lamp and a Moon giving light
Blessed is He Who made the constellations in the heavens and made therein a lamp and a shining moon.Dr. Ghali
Supremely Blessed is He Who has made in the heaven constellations, and He has made therein a luminary and an enlightening moon.
No one is talking about a reflected light in this verse. Some talk about a moon giving light. How strange.