Originally Posted by ivanna25
Interesting point, although you're assuming that every Westerner believes in souls, which is obviously not the case.
For this reason, we must search and find alml Quranic verses which state scientific facts or any kind of facts which have just been discovered or still in question by their scholars and scientists.
What would this prove? Many ancient texts make scientific statements which are not proven to be true until centuries later.
(450-370 BCE) proposed an atomic theory of matter; it was only centuries later that he was shown to have been essentially right.
Aristarchus of Samos
(310-230 BCE) proposed a heliocentric model of the known universe, but his ideas were displaced by the geocentric model of Ptolemy until Copernicus showed (in the 1500s) that Aristarchus had been right all along.
So, what does this show us? Does it show that Democritus and Aristarchus were simply clever men who happened to be right, or does it show us that they were divinely inspired and should therefore be trusted in everything they said?