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Title:Qur’anic Evidence for Resurrection Category:General Source:Abdulbasith muhammad Ibrahim,2018   Description:The Holy Qur’an provides evidences of rational, sensible and historical parables regarding resurrection after death
Man typically reflects on consequences; as those who do good aspire for good rewards, and the wronged eagerly await justice. Yet the vicissitudes of life may not guarantee all that; that is why the wisdom of God necessitates human resurrection after dealth to hold them accountable for what they have done . Therefore, the Holy Qur’an provides evidences of rational, sensible and historical parables regarding resurrection after death to answer different humans’ inclinations and ideological termperaments .   In this regard, giving proofs of the beginning of creation is one of the salient Qur’anic agrumetns for the possibility of recreation and resurrection. Against him who finds resurrection after death is difficult, the Qur’an articulates, ‘He says, ‘Who can give life back to bones after they have decayed?’ Say, ‘He who created them in the first place will give them life again: He has full knowledge of every act of creation ’.  Moreover, reviving barren lands with greenery and life following death is one of the most striking examples of the sensible evidence that God can resurrect the dead. Qur’an rightly contends, ‘It is God who sends forth the winds. They raise up the clouds. We drive them to a dead land and with them revive the earth after its death: such will be the Resurrection ’.  Besides, the Qur’an views the process of sleep and awakening as a minor aspect of life after death . Waking from sleep is coming back to the very life following the state of unconsciousness. God says, ‘It is He who does take your souls by night, and has knowledge of all that you have done by day: by day does He raise you up again; that a term appointed be fulfilled; in the end unto Him will be your return; then will He show you the truth of all that you did ’ . Similarly, the Qur’an establishes the belief in resurrection while calling for objective reflection on natural phenomena.  Where one can see vitality and life coming out of an inanimate; as a shiny-leaves plant growing in a barren land. God says, ‘It is He Who brings out the living from the dead, and brings out the dead from the living, and Who gives life to the earth after it is dead: and thus shall you be brought out (from the dead) ’ . The aforementioned are only some of the concrete proofs of resurrection, which comply with major human religions reflected through paintings, inscriptioins and papyrus of ancient civilizatins.  From which many philosophers such as Socrate and Plato, including intelectuals of modern time, acknowledge life after death . The Isalmic perspective of lifespan includes time after death in heaven. As the belief in resurrection shields from doing bad and encourages for hope regardless of challenges in life, out of confidence in God’s reward, justice and mercy .