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Qalb (Heart) or Brain (Understanding or Believing)-FAQ by Dr Zakir Naik

Qalb (Heart) or Brain (Understanding or Believing)-FAQ by Dr Zakir Naik

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Qalb (Heart) or Brain (Understanding or Believing)-FAQ by Dr Zakir Naik
Qalb (Heart) or Brain (Understanding or Believing)-FAQ by Dr Zakir Naik

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Qalb (Heart) or Brain (Understanding/Believing)The Qur’an says that Allah has put a seal on the hearts of the Kuffar andthey will not believe. Science tells us today that the brain is responsible forunderstanding and believing and not the heart. Isn’t the Qur’ancontradicting Science?1. Allah has set a seal on the heart of the Kuffar
The Glorious Qur’an says:"As to those who reject Faith it is the same to them whether thou warn them ordo not warn them; they will not believe. Allah hath set a seal on their hearts andon their hearing and on their eyes is a veil great is the penalty they incur." [Al-Qur’an 2:6-7]
2. The word qalb in Arabic means heart as well as intelligence
The Arabic word qalb used in these verses means the heart. It also meansintelligence. Thus the above verses also mean that Allah has put a seal on theintelligence of the kuffaars (unbelievers) and they will not understand andbelieve.
3. In the Arabic language heart is also used as a centre of understanding
In the Arabic language the word ‘heart’ is also used to connote one’s centre ofunderstanding.
 
4. Several words used in English language whose literal meaning isdifferent
Even in English language there are several words which are used to explainsomething, though the literal meaning of these words are different. Consider thefollowing examplesa. Lunatic - Struck by the moon:The word ‘lunatic’ literally means struck by the moon. Today people use the wordlunatic for a person who is insane or mentally unstable. People very well knowthat a mad or a mentally unstable person is not struck by the moon. Yet even amedical doctor uses this word. This is normal in the evolution of a language.b. Disaster – An evil starThe word ‘disaster’ literally means an evil star. Today the word disaster is usedfor a great or sudden misfortune or calamity. We know very well that a misfortunehas nothing to do with an evil star.c. Trivial – Three roads meetThe word ‘trivial’ literally means where three roads meet. Today the word ‘trivial’is used for something of small nature or little importance. We know very well thatif something is of small value it has nothing to do with where three roads meet.d. Sunrise and Sunset‘Sunrise’ literally means rising of the sun. Today when the word ‘sunrise’ is usedmost of the people know that the earth is rotating and is moving in relation to thesun. Most of us know that the sun does not rise during sunrise. However even an

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qalb or heart refers to the subconscious mind of human being
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