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PaperBack, 79 Pages
12.9 x 19.8 cm
The spectacular advances in science and technology that have occurred over the last century have led some to believe that only Western Capitalism can produce material progress.
Does religion hinder man's progress in life? Is there a contradiction between Islam and science? Why are the countries of the Islamic world so technologically backward? Is Islam capable of addressing man's diverse problem in the 21st century?
This book tackles these questions by exploring the relationship between Islam and science, by examining how science bloomed under Islam while Europe struggled in the Dark Ages and by illustrating a distinct vision for future scientific and technological advancement under the Islamic State.
|Paper:||75GSM inside Paper & 300GSM Cover with Matt lamination|