Dr. George Saliba discusses the mathematics involved in determining the time for the five daily prayers, and in particular, the mid-day prayer.
This user-augmented video consists of a clip about water and how it came to Earth via comets.
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.
Adnan Oktar suggests that Islam includes science and art, as well as honesty and truth.
In this vlog, Hamza Yusuf critiques scholars who he suggests select the “worst” of religion and set it against the best of science for comparison.
This video presents differing ideas of science and Islam, from a panel discussion from April 2013 in Washington, DC.
Munir El-Kassem presents signs of the End Times from the Qurʾān and discusses how in his opinion science agrees with the possibility of the signs.
The Rationalizer’s vlog uses several online tools to demonstrate that the Ka’ba (the building that marks the point towards which Muslims pray) is not the center of the planet.
A critical vlog presenting clips from a Harun Yahya video and a Zakir Naik video, each of which makes claims about the purpose of mountains from the Quran.
This vlog argues against the ijaz (miracle) concept in the Qurʾān in terms of the mixing of salt and fresh waters.