How long does it take Allah to create something?

After this great explosion, Allah "turned to the sky, and there was (like) smoke. He said to it and to the earth: 'Gather together, whether you like it or not.' They said: 'Help (together) by willing obedience' "(41:11). Thus the elements and what would become planets and stars began to cool down, assemble, and form, following the natural laws established by Allah in the universe.

The Qur'an goes on to say that Allah created the sun, the moon, and the planets, each with its own courses or cycles. Space Expansion And indeed, we expand them" (51:47). There has been a historical debate among Muslim scholars as to the exact meaning of this verse, for knowledge of the expansion of the universe has only recently been discovered. Six Days? While this may appear to be the case with the Bible account, there are significant differences. Verses that speak of "six days" use the Arabic word "youm" (day). This word appears several times in the Qur'an, each meaning a certain amount of time. In some cases the average day is equal to 50,000 years (70: 4), and another verse says that "a day in the sight of your Lord is as a thousand years of your reckoning" (22:47). The word "youm" is thus understood, within the Qur'an, to be long - period or eon. Therefore, Muslims interpret the creation meaning of "six days" as six distinct periods or months. The length of these periods is not clearly defined, and some progress has been made in each case. After completing the creation, the Qur'an states that Allah "placed himself on the throne" (57: 4) to oversee His work. A different point is made in opposition to the biblical concept of a day of rest: "We created the heavens and the earth and all that is in them, in six days, and we did not feel any tiredness" (50:38). Allah is never "finished" by His work, because the creative process continues. Each new child is born, every seed that grows into a small plant, all new species from the earth, are part of the ongoing process of Allah's creation. He knows what goes into the heart of the earth, and what comes out of it, what descends from heaven, and what ascends. To you. what you do "(57: 4). Muslims admit that life improved for a long time, but see the power of Allah after all that. The meanings of creation in the Qur'an are set in the context of reminding students of the sovereignty and wisdom of Allah. Do you not see how Allah has created the seven heavens above one another, and made the moon a light among them, and made the sun a lamp? a little) "(71: 13-17). Life Came From Water The Qur'an explains that Allah "made with water every living thing" (21:30). Some of them enter the belly, some walk on two legs, some walk on four. Allah creates what He wills, for indeed Allah has power over all things" (24:45). These verses support the scientific view that life began at sea on Earth.

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