Radiocarbon dating found the manuscript to be at least 1,370 years old, making it among the earliest in existence.
The pages of the Muslim holy text had remained unrecognised in the university library for almost a century.
The British Library’s expert on such manuscripts, Dr Muhammad Isa Waley, said this “exciting discovery” would make Muslims “rejoice”.
The manuscript had been kept with a collection of other Middle Eastern books and documents, without being identified as one of the oldest fragments of the Koran in the world.‘Oldest’ Koran fragments found in Birmingham University
By Sean Coughlan Education correspondent
Technological progress can determine ages and materials. And that’s it. What comes with further work with original manuscripts and a deep sense of things accidentally discovered running away right after proper academic translation. University has certain limits in knowledge, no matter the place closer to the holy sites.
They shall take up serpents; and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover.Mark 16:18
King James Version (KJV)
Firstly, I would like to point at snake mention. This remark tells a lot. Just some snake, lol. Snake, Mark! What a story, Mark; snake as a reptile which not visible in the narrative at first glance. Creation myths and indeed distinctive views blended with the snake behavior in Abrahamic religions. I am saying ‘Abrahamic religions’ concerning Wikipedia recital. Now it is strangely helpful.
In Islam, Adam (Ādam; Arabic: آدم), whose role is being the father of humanity, is looked upon by Muslims with reverence. Eve (Ḥawwāʼ; Arabic: حواء ) is the “mother of humanity”. The creation of Adam and Eve is referred to in the Qurʼān, although different Qurʼanic interpreters give different views on the actual creation story (Qurʼan, Surat al-Nisaʼ, verse 1).
In al-Qummi’s tafsir on the Garden of Eden, such place was not entirely earthly. According to the Qurʼān, both Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit in a Heavenly Eden. As a result, they were both sent down to Earth as God’s representatives. Each person was sent to a mountain peak: Adam on al-Safa, and Eve on al-Marwah. In this Islamic tradition, Adam wept 40 days until he repented, after which God sent down the Black Stone, teaching him the Hajj. According to a prophetic hadith, Adam and Eve reunited in the plain of ʻArafat, near Mecca. They had two sons together, Qabil and Habil. There is also a legend of a younger son, named Rocail, who created a palace and sepulcher containing autonomous statues that lived out the lives of men so realistically they were mistaken for having souls.
The concept of “original sin” does not exist in Islam, because according to Islam Adam and Eve were forgiven by God. When God orders the angels to bow to Adam, Iblīs questioned, “Why should I bow to man? I am made of pure fire and he is made of soil.” The liberal movements within Islam have viewed God’s commanding the angels to bow before Adam as an exaltation of humanity, and as a means of supporting human rights; others view it as an act of showing Adam that the biggest enemy of humans on earth will be their ego.
In Swahili literature, Eve ate from the forbidden tree, thus causing her expulsion, after being tempted by Iblis. Thereupon, Adam heroically eats from the forbidden fruit in order to follow Eve and protect her on earthAdam and Eve
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This year, in 2020, I am quoting especially a lot. In China, numbers valued as a magical potential for dealing and celebrating events. So me, as a post-soviet child born 1990-s, love to magic and kinder surprise eggs brought to the African continental philosophy of life. Well, you know, voodoo people, techno music.
The structure of trinity in a picture above still showing the African Language. Well, they love to dance. Coffin dancing meme is not a joke.
If Eve is the mother of humanity; consequently, the gender problem reaches the cobra; the female in reptile has no gender to be revealed so soon.
In general, seminars of Jacques Lacan full of examples on catching the bird’s tail in order to aim the Frontiers of Language and read dangers of LaLangue.