Author: Md. Ferdouse Khan
Publisher: A.S. Noordeen (2007)
Pages: 39 Binding: Paperback
Description from the publisher:
Forward From the Book:
Sometimes it is thought that there is a conflict between Science and Religion. Science is a systematic body of knowledge and mostly established on experimentation. On the other hand, religion is a faith not subject to scientific proof. However, in reality there is no conflict between science and religion and the apparent conflict will with away with the advancement of scientific knowledge. The Holy Quran is the mother of all knowledge- general knowledge and also specialized or scientific knowledge. It is the science of all sciences. The Holy Quran contains the seed of all sciences and also unseen knowledge which no human mind can contain. Man cannot even comprehend the minutest particle of His Knowledge except with His Will.
The Holy Quran bears many scientific indications which are being searched and researched by the scientists. The more they are getting inklings for invention the more belittled they feel and get encouraged to go for further invention in the creation of the Almighty Allah.
The writer has taken pains to bring together some of the scientific indications from the Holy Quran which act as the bridge between science and religion. We hope the readers of this book will find the book interesting and informative. They will get replies to many of the queries in their mind.
June 26, 2005 Kazi Rafiqul Alam