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Keith L. Moore is a professor emeritus in the division of anatomy, in the Faculty of Surgery, at the University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. More is associate dean for Basic Medical Sciences in the university’s Faculty of Medicine, and was Chair of anatomy from 1976 to 1984. He is a founding member of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists (AACA), and was President of the AACA between 1989 and 1991.
Moore has co-written (with professor Arthur F. Dalley and professor Anne M. R. Agur) Clinically Oriented Anatomy, an English-language anatomy textbook. He also co-wrote (with professor Anne M. R. Agur and professor Arthur F. Dalley) Essential Clinical Anatomy.
The American Association of Clinical Anatomists awarded Dr. Moore with their Honored Member Award (in 1994). The American Association of Anatomists awarded him the Henry Gray/Elsevier Distinguished Educator Award in 2007 for human anatomy education in the anatomical sciences. 
Moore has become well-known for his belief that statements in the Qur’an concerning embryology provide a proof of its divine origin. In his article, A Scientist’s Interpretation of References to Embryology in the Qur’an, Moore asserts that “statements referring to human reproduction and development are scattered throughout the Qur’an”, and that “the interpretation of the verses in the Qur’an referring to human development would not have been possible in the 7th century A.D., or even a hundred years ago.”
Moore affirms that Qur’anic statements regarding human development make it clear that the book is of divine origin, concluding: “This proves to me that Muhammad must have been a messenger of God or Allah.”
Ph.D (Law) Harvard. German Social Scientist and Diplomat. Embraced Islam in 1980.
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