News ID: 334305
Publish Date: 31 January 2012 - 06:25
Navideshahed: A forum on “Islam and modern science”? will be held on May 20 and 21 at the Grand Mosque of Lyon in France.

According to mosque-lyon website, the two-day program has been planned in line with the activities to be done by the Islamic Civilization Institute in 2012.

Affiliated to the Grand Mosque of Lyon, the institute has announced the objective of the forum to elaborate on the relation between Islam and modern science.

The call for the forum states: “Being a divine religion, Islam is also a source of various sciences and the relation between intellect, senses and sciences can be clearly seen in the discussions held by Muslim scholars.”?

It also reads: “self-awareness and reflection on the Nature lead to know God as the creator of the world. How can we associate modern science and Islamic teachings in today's world?”?

This is the question which is to be answered by Muslim intellectuals during the two-day forum.

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Source: IQNA

According to mosque-lyon website, the two-day program has been planned in line with the activities to be done by the Islamic Civilization Institute in 2012. Affiliated to the Grand Mosque of Lyon, the institute has announced the objective of the forum to elaborate on the relation between Islam and modern science. The call for the forum states: “Being a divine religion, Islam is also a source of various sciences and the relation between intellect, senses and sciences can be clearly seen in the discussions held by Muslim scholars.”? It also reads: “self-awareness and reflection on the Nature lead to know God as the creator of the world. How can we associate modern science and Islamic teachings in today's world?”? This is the question which is to be answered by Muslim intellectuals during the two-day forum. The End Source: IQNA
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