Scientists have discovered the laws which govern the wondrous work of God by asking questions and trying to find answers. Prophets prior to God's revelation and prophet-hood were as curious as scientists and kept asking similar questions which were largely about creation. Thousands of years later, scientists and clerics are equally passionate to unravel the intricacies of the creation. The knowledge which was enshrined in Qur'an has been scientifically analysed in this study which couples scientific data with the relevant Qur'anic verses which they identify with. One objective of this book is looking at faith from a new perspective as being a conscious mental act of belief and conviction to awe of God, based on a contextually scientific argument. Second, highlighting the concordance of divine books, Qur'an as one example, with science and explaining alleged discordance which is mostly due to limitations of scientific research.
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About the Author
Dr Muneer Al-Ali FRCS (Ed.) is a consultant urological and transplantation surgeon, and a former professor of urology. He has published numerous medical articles in academic journals, and has contributed to many medical reference books. Al-Ali is also an affiliate scholar at School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom. He has interest in the interplay of faith and science and has published a few books on this topic, in both English and Arabic.