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Dr. Zakir Kapadia, Page 2

Islamic Finance (Part 1)

Usury is condemned and prohibited in the strongest possible terms. There can be no question about the prohibition. However, when we come to the definition of Usury there is room for difference of opinion.

Islam and the Big Bang Theory (Part 3)

Do not the unbelievers see that the heavens and the earth were a closed-up mass (ratqan), then We clove them asunder (fataqna)? And We made from water every living thing. Will they not then believe?

Islam and the Big Bang Theory (Part 2)

In terms of Astrophysics , the Big Bang Theory is currently the dominant scientific explanation for the origin of the universe. It was first proposed in 1927 by a Belgian priest named George Lemaître.

Islam and the Big Bang Theory (Part 1)

The Muslim scientific revolution, which produced the renaissance that put Muslims at the top of the civilized world for 8 centuries, was also result of contemplating the clues in the Qur’an about the physical world.

Einstein’s Theory in the Holy Quran

How could Prophet Muhammad (SAW) have guessed 1400 years ago that the backbone or the “spine” as we call it today play a very essential role in the creation of humans?

Cosmology in the Holy Quran

If the Quran had described the earth as stationary and the heavenly bodies as revolving around it, then although the people of that time might have been satisfied with this description, the people of the later ages like you and I would have treated that statement as a proof of the ignorance of the Quran’s author.