This booklet will critically examine the argument that religion hinders man’s progress and it will show that there is no contradiction between science and Islam. Furthermore, the booklet will highlight some of the scientific achievements of Muslims during the time when Islam was implemented in a comprehensive fashion.
Dawah / Comparative Religion / Islam and Science
There have been immense scientific developments by scientists. These have been in the fields of biology, foetal sciences, science of cells, medical biology, genetic engineering, and last but not least animal cloning, as a preface for human cloning. These developments have exceeded all expectations and have been acknowledged with amazement.
The Da’wah to Islam by Sheikh Ahmad Mahmoud
Comparative Religion – Religion is Instinctive, Mental, Happiness but Which One?…..by Sh. Dr. Mohammad Hawarey
The book is a fascinating synthesis of the Qur’an and science. The author in trying to unravel the meaning of almost 300 Qur’anic verses using the discoveries of modern science addresses mysteries of space-time, the nature of man and the expanding universe among others.
This book compiles the stories a number of past priests who have since embraced Islam, Including well known speakers and authors Yusuf Estes and Abu Yahya.
Bold in its premise and masterful in its execution, MisGod’ed by author and physician Laurence B. Brown teases common threads in the complex world of organized religion from the tangled mass of religious misdirection. An earnest search for truth, this text unveils both the corruptions and commonalities of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam to fill the current void of intellectual discourse on the subject. For those readers who are intrigued but skeptical of organized religion, especially strict, literal interpretation of the Bible, this book articulates many of the questions readers have about religion, and poses others of its own. It provides a comprehensive, historically based analysis of documents, traditions and institutions. The central theme is to examine Judaism, Christianity, and Islam for truth in revelation, and trace the chain of revelation to its logical conclusion. Solicitous and precise, this text captures the essence of what it means to be a person of God.
This book was originally a section of Ibn Al-Qayyim’s book Miftaahu Daar is-Sa’aadah (Key to the Abode of Happiness). This section was extracted from it due to its discussion of some of the Signs of Allah in the human beings and the universe. Also, Ibn Al-Qayyim’s book was chosen due to its perceptive and meaningful wisdom. Another outstanding characteristic of this book is that Ibn-Al-Qayyim calls for the use of the intellect and self-introspection. He encourages the reader to deeply think about the creation of Allah, the Most High — in the human being, existence, animals and nature. The complier, Capt. Anas Abdul-Hameed Al-Qoz, supports the writing of Ibn Al-Qayyim (Qayyem/Qayim/Qayem/Qayum/Qayyum) by mentioning modern scientific discoveries, useful notes and beneficial pictures that help achieve the objective. Thus, this book is a continuous and active call to all of mankind to look and reflect upon the Signs of Allah if they want the truth and sincerely wish to follow it.We will show them Our Signs in the universe and in themselves until it becomes clear to them that it is the truth.
In his book, Good Argumentation with the Doubters of Islam from the Qur’an, the Torah, the Gospels and Science, Sheikh `Abdul-Majid Subh replied to the question “Your Book, the Qur’an, contains several contradictions; it is incoherent, and it comprises numerous repetitions.
This concise book contains advice for muslims and non-muslims alike regarding the meaning of creation and our purpose in life according to the Quran and Sunnah.This book has 11 chapters that briefly touch on the roots of Islam. These Islamic roots are the foundations of Islamic belief and should insh’Allah should serve as a reminder and eeman strengthener for all muslims whilst at the same time give a brief insight into the beautiful relegion that is Islam.