Mohamed AbuTaleb uses this 2012 lecture to share what he considers to have been missing in the intellectual discourse on science: The Qurʾān.
This Turkish video clip suggests that part of Einstein’s theory of relativity is presented in three verses of the Qurʾān.
This video clip is from the question and answer session with Hassanain Rajabali. Asked about evolution, Rajabali says that “Islam does not reject evolution”.
Dr. Ali Mansour Kayali presents the physics of the end of the Earth, demonstrating how he perceives it as being present in the Qurʾān, and thereby demonstrating the text’s divine source as well as serving as an instructional message for Muslims.
Yusuf Estes discusses how Islam may be proven with science.
This video, produced by the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, presents memories and ideas from Dr. Mohammad Abdus Salam (d. 1996), one of the founders of the organization.
This video presents differing ideas of science and Islam, from a panel discussion from April 2013 in Washington, DC.
This vlog from BlackPlight4u creatively presents ideas from physics to discuss material from the Qurʾān.
Zaid Ghazzawi suggests in this video that the human brain has two electromagnetic fields, one from the senses, and the other from the soul.
Ali Mansour Kayali explains how ideas from physics may be drawn from interpretations of the Qurʾān.
A long but incomplete video of a lecture on multiple topics by Zakir Naik.
Uses facts about the speed of light as known today to show that one may also find the speed of light given in the Qurʾān.