Aisha Khaja and Shabir Ally close their series on biological evolution by discussing Adam and Eve and the problems of discussing evolution in an Islamic context.
Salman Hameed defines and discusses the relationships between Muslims and biological evolution through natural selection.
Ahmad Dallal discusses science in the 19th and 20th centuries in the Muslim world, arguing that the modern Muslim world is not informed by a culture of science.
Nidhal Guessoum discusses the framing of science and Islam, with a particular focus on biological evolution, including human evolution.
John Fontain speaks against a video, which says that biological evolution can be found in the Qurʾān. Fontain urges “the Muslims” not to watch or share the video.
Subboor Ahmad, a speaker for iERA, discusses “Darwinian evolution”. He presents it as the dominant model, and encourages the audience to accept it, yet he also tries to present it as inherently flawed.
Host Clare Forestier presents biological evolution, particularly that of humans, and suggests that verses in the Qurʾān demonstrate the same material.
An evaluation of Stop Spamming’s comment on Mohammed Hijab and Mohammed Osman’s fourth video supporting scientific miracles.
Nidhal Guessoum, author and astrophysicis, joins moderator Stefano Bigliari to answer prepared questions from students in al-Akhawayn University in Morocco.
This short video introduces a lecture series of 23 videos. The stated purpose is to help Muslims come to a deeper understanding of the Qurʾān through science.
The Apostate Prophet in this video blog discusses a clip of a debate between Adnan Jihangir, an ex-Muslim, and Zakir Naik regarding the theory of evolution.
Dr. Rana Dajani discusses evolution in the contemporary Arab world, using a wide variety of Qurʾānic verses to show that there is no necessary conflict.