Advancing theological and scientific literacy for today’s ʿulamāʾ
3.3.1 History of Science History
Clark Dry Lake. Photo Credit: David Kingham, 2015.
Science isn’t a “triumphant march”—it’s sloppy, messy, and full of stops and starts. Meet the people who tell that story (Science Friday, 2017).
Science Friday produces accessible science resources for the public. In this article, we learn what historians of science do, and how they help us better understand not just the past, but the moment we live in now.
The Madrasa Discourses project proposes that a conciliation of traditional Islamic thought with contemporary scientific and philosophical worldviews can result in orthodox affirmations of human dignity essential for peaceful coexistence in a pluralistic world.