Editorial Reviews of Nidhal Guessoum’s latest book: The Young Muslim’s Guide to Modern Science.
The Young Muslim’s Guide to Modern Science by Nidhal Guessoum
Call for Papers: Muslim-Christian Workshop on Philosophy, Religion, and Science
This workshop aims at providing a forum for philosophical and theological discussion, exchange, and mutual learning for Muslim and Christian scholars and junior researchers.
Muslim-Christian Workshop on Philosophy, Religion, and Science at the AUS, March 2018
In-depth lectures and discussions on issues at the interfaces of philosophy, religion, and science from both Islamic and Christian perspectives.
Causality and Divine Action: Islamic Perspective
By Mohammad Hashim Kamali; Definition, Scope, And Perspectives On Causality; Scholastic Theology; Ibn Sina, al-Ghazali and Ibn Rushd on Causality; Determinism and Free Will.
Science in Islamic philosophy
Islam attempts to synthesize reason and revelation, knowledge and values, in its approach to the study of nature. Knowledge acquired through rational human efforts and…
Why Muslims should not fear science
A new trend has developed and grown fast in the Arab world: People rejecting basic scientific knowledge on the grounds that it comes from the…
Islamic Theological Views on Darwinian Evolution
The various positions that Muslim scholars have adopted vis-à-vis Darwin’s theory of evolution since its inception in 1859 are here reviewed with an eye on the theological arguments…
How Being a Muslim Female Scientist Helped Me to Do Better Science
Most articles about the relationship between Islam, women, and science tend to have a negative ring. As we know, the media thrive on notoriety and…
Call for Papers – Muslim-Christian Workshop on Philosophy-Theology-Science
July 9-14, 2017, The Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies, Amman, Jordan
Islam & Science Reports
Islam and Science Report Science at Universities of the Muslim World
Science and Religion by Bruno Abd-al-Haqq Guiderdoni
Why Setting New Foundations for the Dialogue Should Matter for Muslims
Islamic Astronomy by Owen Gingerich
Historians who track the development of astronomy from antiquity to the Renaissance sometimes refer to the time from the eighth through the 14th centuries as…