The Qu'ran has many miraculous features which prove that it is the Word of Allah. In the description of scientific information, events which took place in the past, or in the mathematical encryptions provided in the Qu'ran, truths that could not possibly have been known by anyone during that era are revealed in the verses. In addition to this, advances impossible to acquire with the level of knowledge and technology of that period are pointed out in some verses in the Qu'ran. However the fact that some scientific facts have been discovered with the technology of the 20th and 21st century, the fact that these facts were revealed in the Qu'ran 1,400 years ago is a clear evidence that the Qu'ran cannot be the word of man.
One of the verses that points to the future in the Qu'ran is the 73rd verse of surat al-Baqara:
Remember when you killed someone and violently accused each other of it, and Allah brought out what you were hiding. We said, ‘Hit him with part of it!’ In that way Allah gives life to the dead and He shows you His Signs so that hopefully you will understand. (Surat al-Baqara, 72-73)
In the verse above, one of the definitions of the Arabic word "biba’diha" translated as “with part of it” is the words “someone, somebody”. When these meanings are considered, as it is possible that the heart may work again when it is hit from the top; thus, there may be a sign in the verse which alludes to heart massage (Allah knows the truth).
As is known, a person who is given a heart massage has the characteristics of a dead body. He is unconscious, , and his respiration and heart beat have stopped. With today’s knowledge, a person whose heart has stopped is given a heart massage in order to get it working again and for vital functions to continue. In heart massage, pressure is applied to the chest at certain intervals and the heart’s rhythmic contraction is re-activated to pump blood.
In this respect, a dead body being struck in order to be revived can be considered to be a sign pointing to the method of heart massage. The Qu'ran is the Word of Almighty Allah, Who creates everything out of nothing, encompasses all things with His Existence, and is not bound by time. Therefore, every verse in the Qu'ran includes knowledge our Almighty Lord revealed through inspiration. Allah reveals in one verse about the Qu'ran as “If it had been from other than Allah, they would have found many inconsistencies in it.” (Surat an-Nisa, 82).