Islam and Science || Sci Fi Junkies

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Since the inception of the modern age, science and technologies had developed and innovated millions of things to change our living standards as it has always inspired our lives. From education to luxuries, science has played the significant role in improving our lives. Whereas, science had played a vital role in changing our views, thoughts and lives, Islam has also played its part. Today, many scientists and astrologers are of view that what ever was been said, taught and told about centuries ago by the Muslim’s Prophets (PBUH) are now showing there presence through the big pictures in our new innovations.

Science has inspired our lives through the means of Education. It is the knowledge of putting one’s potentials to maximum use. Islam has also paid the importance in acquiring and spreading the education. Seeking and delivering education through any means of resource’s are emphasized both in Islamic and Scientific world. It is said that Education makes man a right thinker and also enable’s man to receive information from the external world. Both of the quality significance has been taught and emphasized in Islam and Science as well.

Faith and believe on death after being birth into this materialistic world, exists in both Islam and Science. In both of the scenarios it is greatly emphasized that everyone has to leave this materialistic place. No one can ever claim to be existed forever. In medical science, death is the permanent and irreversible cessation of all vital functions. Islam defines death as a mandatory transitional event in between the ‘life before death’ and ‘life after death’. So if we integrate the scientific aspect with the description, the definition of death for a Muslim would be the absolute disappearance of the functions for the time period in between the two lives.

Science has created new innovations and has exceptionally changed our lives to a great extend. Science can provide evidence that will often provide satisfactory explanations for something’s, but science can’t disprove the existence of God/Allah or any other invisible force that makes plants, animals and children grow. They also now believe that everything in this world that a man has created is the innovation of its kind and can be seen and felt. But what about those things that men has not created or has no involvement whatsoever in those creation which do exist in this world, which can only be seen or felt but can’t be sure as of who is the creator of those things like spinning of the world, gravity, physics, psychology and sociology, generation of new plantation, birth process of the new beings (Humans & Animals), solar systems and much more. These are the facts of consideration which demands the Non-Muslims or the scientist to think over this issue. This inspires their thoughts to believe the existence of God/Allah.

If the Islam’s Empiricism would have failed, Science would have definitely and absolutely blocked its Ears. This is one of the truths, which now has been accepted by every mode or any grounds of the practices as it is the divine and ultimate truthful-authority.

There are several Social-Scientific topics such as human rights, equality, justice; rights of the women, educations are some of the discussable topics which are completely relevant and identical in the practices and teachings of Islam. What ever was been told by Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) or has been revealed by Allah Almighty in the form of Qu’ran are now been practiced in the today’s world both either by Muslims or Non-Muslims.

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Source by Salman Virani

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