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Fetus Sexality from the perspective of the Quran, traditions and embryology . teb. 2017; 26 (2) :87-96
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Abstract
Backgrounds: The Quran is the human guidance book, even it’s scientific propositions provide this target. From the scientific points of the Koran, which have been addressed in this paper, is the sexuality of the fetus although the Quran has not stipulated it but it can be comprehended from
the context of some verses.
analysis method: In this paper which is organized by analytic and descriptive approach, verses and narrations extracted that involved determining the sex of the fetus.
Results: Findings showed that the Quran has pointed to determine the sexality of the fetus in a chromosomal; Of course, women also have a role in the sex determination indirectly referred to in some verses. Considering the fact that, firstly the sex determination of the fetus to the desired parents does not deny the power of God. Secondly, the detection of the sexuality of the fetus and the use of scientific achievements does not conflict with verses that express God’s knowledge of the sex of the fetus in the womb; Because, firstly, according to some traditions, God’s knowledge of the sex of the fetus means knowledge of characteristics and ultimate destiny of man; so knowledge of the sex of the fetus does not contradict God’s exclusive knowledge in any stage even before conception. The second possibility is the verses that express God’s knowledge of what is in the wombs, are not planning to restrict the knowledge of the wombs to God, but mention the principle of God’s knowledge of the wombs.
Conclusion: According to the findings, we can conclude that the Quran and the innocent ones (pbuh) have pointed to determine the sexality of the fetus implicitly Without medical and academic facilities more than 1400 years ago.
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Genetics
Received: 2018/01/28 | Accepted: 2018/01/28 | ePublished: 2018/01/28

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