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Return period: Reward points: In Arabic, "science" can simply mean different forms of knowledge. Please help to create a more balanced presentation.

Discuss and resolve this issue before removing this message. August Whether Islamic culture has promoted or hindered scientific advancement is disputed. Many Muslims agree that doing science is an act of religious merit, even a collective duty of the Muslim community.

Shamsher Ali, there are around verses in the Quran dealing with natural phenomena.

Many verses of the Quran ask mankind to study nature, and this has been interpreted to mean an encouragement for scientific inquiry, [14] and the investigation of the truth. Mohammad Hashim Kamali has stated that "scientific observation, experimental knowledge and rationality" are the primary tools with which humanity can achieve the goals laid out for it in the Quran.

The physicist Abdus Salam believed there is no contradiction between Islam and the discoveries that science allows humanity to make about nature and the universe; and that the Quran and the Islamic spirit of study and rational reflection was the source of extraordinary civilizational development. Salam highlights, in particular, the work of Ibn al-Haytham and Al-Biruni as the pioneers of empiricism who introduced the experimental approach, breaking way from Aristotle's influence, and thus giving birth to modern science.

Salam differentiated between metaphysics and physics, and advised against empirically probing certain matters on which "physics is silent and will remain so," such as the doctrine of "creation from nothing" which in Salam's view is outside the limits of science and thus "gives way" to religious considerations.

These links imply a sacred aspect to Muslims' pursuit of scientific knowledge, as nature itself is viewed in the Quran as a compilation of signs pointing to the Divine.

Lastly, both assertions and rejections require a proof, according to verse However, Qutb states, in Muslim majority countries governments have failed to follow the sharia law in its completeness, which he believes explains the failure of science and many other things in the Muslim world. Author Rodney Stark argues that Islam's lag behind the West in scientific advancement after roughly AD was due to opposition by traditional ulema to efforts to formulate systematic explanation of natural phenomenon with "natural laws.

To Edis, many Muslims appreciate technology and respect the role that science plays in its creation. As a result, he says there is a great deal of Islamic pseudoscience attempting to reconcile this respect with other respected religious beliefs.

Edis maintains that the motivation to read modern scientific truths into holy books is also stronger for Muslims than Christians. While Christianity is less prone to see its Holy Book as the direct word of God, fewer Muslims will compromise on this idea — causing them to believe that scientific truths simply must appear in the Quran.

However, Edis argues that there are endless examples of scientific discoveries that could be read into the Bible or Quran if one would like to. Qur'an, —76 [33] which demonstrate to proponents the Quran's knowledge of black holes ; "[I swear by] the Moon in her fullness; that ye shall journey on from stage to stage" Q.

The heavens and earth formed from one mass which had to be split[ ], the heavens used to be smoke[ ], and form layers, one above the other[ ].

The angels inhabit the Seven heavens. The lowest heaven is adorned with lights[ ], the sun and the moon which follow a regular path [ ][ ], the stars[ ] and the constellations of the Zodiac [ ].

Critics argue that while it is generally agreed the Quran contains many verses proclaiming the wonders of nature, it requires "considerable mental gymnastics and distortions to find scientific facts or theories in these verses" Ziauddin Sardar ; [29] that the Quran is the source of guidance in right faith imam and righteous action alladhina amanu wa amilu l-salihat but the idea that it contained "all knowledge, including scientific" knowledge has not been a mainstream view among Muslim scholarship Zafar Ishaq Ansari ; [32] and "Science is ever-changing So while "Science is probabilistic in nature" the Quran deals in "absolute certainty".

Ali Talib ; [35] Nidhal Guessoum has also been highly critical of "pseudo-scientific claims" made about the Quran. According to Nidhal Guessoum , "for a long time Muslims believed, on the basis on their literal understanding of some Quranic verses, that the gender of an unborn baby is only known to God", i.

Ultrasound technology, "led many Muslims to realize that first-degree readings of the Quran can lead to contradictions and predicaments". The mass translation movement, that occurred in the ninth century allowed for the integration of science into the Islamic world.

The teachings from the Greeks were now translated and their scientific knowledge was now passed on to the Arabs world. Despite these terms, not all scientists during this period were Muslim or Arab , as there were a number of notable non-Arab scientists most notably Persians , as well as some non-Muslim scientists, who contributed to scientific studies in the Muslim world.

The mass translation movement in the ninth century allowed for the integration of science into the Islamic world.

A number of modern scholars such as Fielding H. Garrison , Sultan Bashir Mahmood , Hossein Nasr consider modern science and the scientific method to have been greatly inspired by Muslim scientists who introduced a modern empirical , experimental and quantitative approach to scientific inquiry. This culminated in the work of Ibn al-Nafis — , who discovered the pulmonary circulation in and used his discovery as evidence for the orthodox Islamic doctrine of bodily resurrection.

At least some scholars blame this on the "rise of a clerical faction which froze this same science and withered its progress. These ritual considerations include a lunar calendar, definition of prayer times based on the position of the sun, and a direction of prayer set at a specific location.

Scientific methods have also been applied to Islamic laws governing the distribution of inheritances and to Islamic decorative arts. Some of these problems were tackled by both medieval scientists of the Islamic world and scholars of Islamic law.The comparison of the data contained in the Scriptures with archeological evidence strongly supports this hypothesis. These links imply a sacred aspect to Muslims' pursuit of scientific knowledge, as nature itself is viewed in the Quran as a compilation of signs pointing to the Divine.

The slightest alteration to the text would have automatically destroyed the remarkable coherence which is characteristic to them.

Posted by ahmed at Miscellaneous Pakistani Publisher Translation of Maurice Bucaille's famous work in French on the scriptures and their scientific rigor.

Health Products Honey, Black Seed, etc. In addition to this, a comparative study of similar data contained in the Bible Old Testament and Gospels seemed desirable.