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Islam and Science

The emergence of science in the modern day world has led to conflicts between religious beliefs and scientific research. However Islam does not encourage such conflicts or sees reason for any hesitation in accepting the results of scientific development unless it contradicts divine revelation.

The relationship between Islam and Science should not be viewed as a conflict of beliefs but rather one of the truth and discovery. Science is broadly defined as knowledge, this important study covers the universe we live in, the anatomy of man as well as studies of medicine. However people who begin to blindly follow any branch of knowledge that is being discovered by men are bound to fall into error unless supported by the divine knowledge revealed by the Almighty Allah (swt). All scientific research is continuous and can never be viewed as absolute, we know as centuries have passed the scientists have discovered ‘facts’ only to dis-credit them later. As with all things that man does or thinks, this branch of knowledge can never be without weakness or limitations. The Glorious Qur’an revealed by Allah (swt) onto the beloved Prophet Muhammad (saw) has been and will always continue to be a miracle. The revelations from Allah (swt) are the guidance for mankind and the wisdom for all generations until the end of time. The words of the Qur’an can and never have been changed and this is one of the reasons of its miraculous strength. The Glorious Qur’an has withstood the test of time and this includes confirmation of all the facts that have been revealed and to this day have never been dis-proven. Many scholars and scientists have spent many years undertaking research of the scientific facts revealed in the Qur’an, with the modern day scientific research. They have found that modern research confirms the facts revealed in the divine revelation thousands of years ago.

However this type of comparison is dangerous because our belief in the Qur’an should not in any way be dependant on human research or discovery of scientific facts. As already explained the words of Allah (swt) are absolute without doubt and free of any error or contradiction, this cannot be said for any worldly education driven by men.

Inshallah in this section we will study the Qur’anic revelations and how the development of man‘s research into the scientific branch of knowledge has guided and in some cases mis-guided mankind.



1. The Great Debate


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The Qur’an and Science

Knowing our Universe

How scientists deceived us.

The Myth of Darwinism

Great Works of Harun Yahya

Biological development of Mankind

And more……..