I find the reference to iron in the Quran to be very interesting. Firstly, the verse 4 of chapter 57 of the Quran states:
" ....He knows what penetrates into the earth and what emerges from it and what descends from the heaven and what ascends therein..... "
Then, later in the 25th verse, the Quran states:
"...We sent down iron, wherein is great military might and benefits for the people..."
From the 4th verse, we know that the Quran is talking literally about iron being sent down into the Earth.
Remarkably, the Earths iron core is made up of around 80% iron, and it is believed by scientists that iron was 'sent down' by large asteroids/celestial bodies 4.6 billion years ago. The literal interpretation of the 25th verse fits the scientific description. Amazing, right?
Furthermore, if you count: بسم الله الرحمن الرحي (In the name of god, the most kind, the most merciful) as the first verse of the 57th chapter, then the verse describing iron becomes the 26th verse. It just so happens that iron has 26 protons. When you also count بسم الله الرحمن الرحي (In the name of god, the most kind, the most merciful) as a verse, then the chapters total number of verses increase to 30, which is the number of neutrons that Iron-56 (the most common iron isotope). Also, the 'abjad' value of the arabic word for iron is also 26. Also, the chapter is the 57th of the Quran, and Iron-57 is one of the isotopes of Iron. Also, the iron core is in the center of the Earth just like how the chapter 57 is in the center of the Quran.
This is a truely amazing miracle, and is just too much to be a coincidence.