This video blog by Stop Spamming addresses a video about embryology in the Qurʾān by a relatively new group, There Is No Clash.
Host Clare Forestier discusses human embryology, and presents verses in the Qurʾān that she asserts demonstrate the same material.
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.
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.
The fourth in a series of videos that attempt to explain “scientific miracles” narratives through reference to the Quran as literature, rather than through science.
Nidhal Guessoum, author and astrophysicis, joins moderator Stefano Bigliari to answer prepared questions from students in al-Akhawayn University in Morocco.
An evaluation of a video in which Stop Spamming expresses his disgust that a topic he had considered thoroughly debunked, embryology.
This vlog presents three speakers discussing vocabulary related to embryology from the Qurʾān.
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 presents the lack of external evidence to support the narratives, found in both ḥadīth and the Qurʾān, that the Moon was split in order to demonstrate God’s power.