Quran and science book


    Editorial Reviews. About the Author. The author is a native Arabic speaker He got a degree in Islamic Law (Sharia Law) & Civil Law. Which make him qualified to. Qur'an And Science in Depth: This book go in deep study a and millions of . can the Qur'an be a book of science or Muslims make passages of the Quran by. Quran and Science by Dr. Zakir Naik is a great comparison of the established scientific facts and their proof in the Quran, the Holy book of the Muslims.

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    Quran And Science Book

    tion of a book under the title, The Bible, the Qur'an and Science. The first Frerrch edition appeared in May (Seglers, Paris). English' and Arebic cditions. study the Qur'an, and analyze whether the Qur'an and. Modern Science are compatible or incompatible? The Qur'an is not a book of Science but a book of. The Qur'an and Modern Science book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Despite its being just a booklet, The Qur'an and Mode.

    Maurice Bucaille In his objective study of the texts, Maurice Bucaille clear away many preconceived ideas about the Old Testament, the Gospels and the Qur'an. He tries, in this collection of writings, to separate what belongs to Revelation from what is the product of error or human interpretation. His study sheds new light on the Holy Scriptures. At the end of a gripping account, he places the believer before a point of cardinal importance: the continuity of a Revelation emanating from the same God, with modes of expression that differ in the course of time. It leads us to meditate upon those factors which, in our day, should spiritually unite rather than divide Jews, Christians and Muslims. As a surgeon, Maurice Bucaille had often been in a situation where he was able to examine not only people's bodies, but their souls. This is how he was struck by the existence of Muslim piety and by aspects of Islam which remain unknown to the vast majority of non-Muslims. In his search for explanations which are otherwise difficult to obtain, he learnt Arabic and studied the Qur'an. In it, he was surprised to find statements on natural phenomena whose meaning can only be understood through modern scientific knowledge. He then turned to the question of the authenticity of the writings that constitute the Holy Scriptures of the monotheistic religions.

    This renowned Muslim scholar, who is the Founder and President of the Islamic Research Foundation IRF , presented his book in twelve chapters discussing scientific signs in several fields.

    The author started with astronomy which indeed occupies a significant portion in the Holy Book with numerous verses mentioning astronomical facts.

    These enormous gaseous clouds form afterwards the celestial objects we know through physical and chemical reactions. It would however been better if Dr. I believe Dr.

    The Qur'an and Modern Science, Compatible or Incompatible by Zakir Naik

    Zakir should have had responded to these issues in his book. As We began the first creation, We will repeat it.

    Indeed, We will do it. In the third chapter of the book which tackles the field of Geography, Dr.

    Zakir divided it into two main sections. The second focus of this chapter deals with impregnating winds, and while Dr.

    Zakir used it as a proof for rain, water cycle and hydrology, other Muslim scholars use the same verse as evidence on fertilizing plants through pollen grains which transfer by wind, a process called Anemophily. It would therefore have been useful if he referred to the relation between anemophily and impregnating winds.

    However, Dr. In the fifth chapter which deals with Oceanology, the author made good linguistic explanations of the Arabic vocabulary of verses The House of Wisdom acquired and translated scientific and philosophic treatises, particularly Greek, as well as publishing original research.

    The Quran and Modern Science

    They were also good at geography and astronomy. Who did? The Banu Musa brothers in AD.

    They were courtiers of the caliphate but also scientists and patrons themselves. The Banu Musa brothers were among the first group of mathematicians to begin to carry forward the mathematical developments begun by the ancient Greeks.

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    Nearly 50 years before, in , not long after the father of the Banu Musa brothers, Musa ibn Shakir, was born, Harun al-Rashid became the fifth caliph of the Abbasid dynasty.

    Harun ruled from his court in Baghdad over the whole Islamic empire, which stretched from the Mediterranean to India. He tried to establish the intellectual disciplines — an example of this change is seen in the life of Musa ibn Shakir, who was a robber in his youth but then turned to astronomy.

    The brothers were given the best education in Baghdad, studying geometry, mechanics, music, mathematics and astronomy.

    In addition to the House of Wisdom, he set up observatories in which Muslim astronomers could build on the knowledge acquired by earlier peoples.

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