Fingerprint, the unique identifier
Everyone has different Fingerprint. The finely embossed loops and whorl patterns of human fingertips bear the signature of our unique identity. These patterns of our hands, called “friction ridges,” are uniquely distinct in each individual that ever lived. Even though identical twins share DNA, they do not share the same fingerprints. Generally speaking, our visible appearance, like our body height and facial features, changes with age. But our fingerprints do not change over our lifetime. So, our fingerprints are a reliable marker for our identification. No two people can ever have the same fingerprints.
The Quran on the fingertips
Though people did not know the uniqueness of fingerprints at the time of the Qurans’ revelation 1400 years ago, the Quran reminds humans about Allah’s ability to recreate humans with their unique details, including the fingertips of each individual. Muslims believe that in the Day of Judgment, Allah will regenerate our body. The restoration of each human being will be uniquely different from each other. In this verse, Allah assures us that He is completely capable of doing that. https://qpeace.net/?p=1716
“Does man think that We cannot assemble his bones? Nay, We can put together in perfect order the very tips of his fingers.” (Quran 75:3-4)
To learn more about the significance of the Qurans’ consistency with modern science, please follow the link: https://qpeace.net/?p=8207