Scientists Declaration about The Holy Quran and Islam-E. Marshall JohnsonWritten by E. Marshall Johnson
Author of over 200 publications. Former President of Teratology Society among other accomplishments. Professor Johnson began to take an interest in scientific signs in Qur'ân at 7th Saudi Medical Conference (1982), when a special committee was formed to investigate scientific signs in Qur'ân and Hadîth. At first, Professor Johnson refused to accept existence of such verses in Qur'ân and Hadîth. But after a dicussuion with Sheikh Zindanî he took an interest and concentrated his research on internal as well as external development of fetus.
"...in summary, Qur'ân describes not only development of external form, but emphasises also internal stages, stages inside embryo, of its creation and development, emphasising major events recognised by contemporary science."
Scientists Declaration about The Holy Quran and Islam-Dr. Maurice BucailleWritten by Dr. Maurice Bucaille
He is author of a best-seller, "The Bible, The Qur'ân and Science" (1976). His classical studies of scriptural languages, including Arabic, in association with his knowledge of hieroglyphics, have allowed him to hold a multidisciplinary inquiry, in which his personal contribution as a medical doctor has produced conclusive arguments. His work, "Mummies of Pharaohs - Modern Medical Investigations" (St. Martins Press, 1990), won a History Prize from Académie Française and another prize from French National Academy of Medicine.
His other works include: "What is Origin of Man" (Seghers, 1988), "Moses and Pharaoh, Hebrews in Egypt", (NTT Mediascope Inc, 1994); and "Réflexions sur le Coran" (Mohamed Talbi & Maurice Bucaille, Seghers, 1989).
After a study which lasted ten years, Dr. Maurice Bucaille addressed French Academy of Medicine in 1976 concerning existence in Qur'ân of certain statements concerning physiology and reproduction. His reason for doing that was that :