A video blog from the Rationalizer that shows a clip from a discussion of PZ Myers and Adnan Rashid in Dublin in 2011 and examines more closely the Arabic word “thumma” and the sequence of development they are discussing.
Hamza Tzortzis and Imran Hussein present their multi-layered, multi-level approach to interpreting scientific miracles in the Qurʾān.
This video compilation shows interactions between the Hamza Tzortzis and Adnan Rashid and three atheist scholars at the World Atheist Convention 2011 in Dublin Ireland, June 2011.
Comedic vlog by ExmuslimNFree shows Muslims arguing with non-Muslims about whether the information in the Qurʾān commonly presented as miraculous details about embryology are A) miraculous and B) correct understandings of embryology.
This video presents vague ideas about embryology and the Qurʾān, comparing Qurʾānic material (not always in English) to the history of the understanding of human fertilization.
This vlog looks at Hamza Tzortzis’ construction of embryology in the Qurʾān and engages Tzortzis in a discussion about the word nuṭfah.
In this brief clip from a longer video, Nouman Ali Khan presents information about verse 96:2 from the Qurʾān and uses it to explain the term ʿalaq.
This brief video by Talk Islam discusses one of the stages of human embryonic development as portrayed in the Qurʾān (23:12-14). The focus here is on the word ʿalaqah.
Shabir Ally discusses apparently miraculous numerical correspondences in the Qurʾān.
In this vlog, the Rationalizer argues against representations that the Qurʾān contains miraculous information about embryology.
Yusuf Estes discusses how Islam may be proven with science.
Abdur-Raheem Green suggests that Muslims must accept the science of evolutionary theory for all creatures except humans, with the provision that God is “the evolver”.