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Destroying the Myth of the Islamic Golden Age

The title of this article may come across as somewhat provocative, and rightfully so. After all, it's one of those intellectually lazy banalities used...

There is No “Pluralism” in Science

Islam, Pluralism, and Tolerance When it comes to certain fields, there is no such concept as pluralism. In science, for example, it is assumed that...

The Nature of Atheistic Doubt

Why did Allah create humans in such a way as to be liable to doubt? This is something that atheists ask in an aggressive...

Stephen Hawking, Atheism, and the Search for the “God Equation”

I read Stephen Hawking's Brief History of Time in middle school and thought it was great. I also got a chance to see him...

Is Darwinism Intuitive?

On Darwinism and Intuitiveness What makes Darwinism, i.e., natural selection, so compelling to so many otherwise educated people is that it seems very intuitive. But...

Islam and Science in Conflict: Describing Reality

What do we make of all the verses and ahadith that seem to imply that the earth is flat or that the earth does...

Do Quran and Hadith Describe the Earth as Flat?

What do we make of all the verses and ahadith that seem to imply that the earth is flat or that the earth does...

Camel Urine in Islam: Do Hindus and Western Non-Muslims Have Any Grounds for Objection?

Our recent article on the importance of cow dung in traditional Hinduism triggered some angry responses, nearly exclusively concentrated on the issue of camel...

Did Giants Ever Exist? Why “Science” Wishes They Didn’t

There are many authentic narrations about the formidable height of Prophet Adam ('alayhissalam) - our common ancestor, to borrow an expression from the Darwinists. For...

Islam vs. Modern Scientism: Is the Heart Merely an Organ?

The modern world is heartless. Not only in the symbolic sense - as the capitalistic system keeps destroying nature and dehumanizing men - but...