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this short video clip answers a a common question which lingers in the minds of some youngsters that Why do we Muslims compare Holy Quran with Medical Science or any other branch of secular science ? Is it fanaticism to relate every thing with Religion Islam ? Is it because of our religious sentiments or does it have some rational behind this?
Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr.Tahir-ul-Qadri on ” Islam and Medical Science at King Edward Medical College Lahore 1987
Let’s Revive the concept of Combining Secular & Religious Education
A Solution to fight against Sectarianism by Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr.Tahir-ul-Qadri
Who is Dr.Keith Moor ?
Keith L. Moore is a professor emeritus in the division of anatomy (department of surgery), former Chair of anatomy from 1974 to 1984 and associate dean for Basic Medical Sciences (Faculty of Medicine) at the University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He has also worked at the King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Moreover, he is a founding member of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists (AACA). He was President of the AACA between 1989 and 1991. He is most known for his textbooks on the subjects of anatomy and human embryology.
He has co-written (with professor Arthur F. Dalley II) Clinically Oriented Anatomy, which is the most popular English-language anatomy textbook in the world, used by scientists, doctors, physiotherapists and students worldwide. The book is especially popular because of its ‘blue boxes’ – passages of text on blue background that relate the classical anatomy to real-world concepts in the diagnosis and treatment of human patients. The book has been translated into multiple languages. He also co-wrote (with professor Anne M. R. Agur) Essential Clinical Anatomy.
The American Association of Clinical Anatomists awarded Dr. Moore with their Honored Member Award (in 1994). In 2007, the American Association of Anatomists awarded him with the first Henry Gray/Elsevier Distinguished Educator Award
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Creation of Man & Universe
Teleological categorization of knowledge
Extract from Book ” Islamic Concept of Knowledge” by Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr.Tahir-ul-Qadri
This is now a settled baseline that real knowledge is that which is a means to divine gnosis and close proximity to the Creator of the universe. But categorization from this point of view would not consider only the Qur’anic Studies, Knowledge of Exegeses, Prophetic Traditions, Islamic Jurisprudence, Morphology and Syntax, Spiritualism and Sufism as branches of Islamic knowledge. This will also include Biology, Physics, Psychology, Chemistry, Politics, Sociology, Economics, History, Law, Nuclear Technology, Computer Sciences, Management, Commerce, Mass Communication etc. as religious studies. The sole condition is that we should acquire this knowledge for the sake of Allah (SWT) and as means of His gnosis and nearness. So, all those who start their studies in the name of Allah (SWT) aiming at His nearness will be considered as students of Islamic Studies whatever specialty they work for and wherever they may be, because all these branches of knowledge do take us to the gnosis of Allah (SWT) some way.
The quest for the word of truth is the venture towards Lord. A man blessed with peaceful mind and faculty of reasoning working diligently in various fields of worldly knowledge will ultimately end up with divine gnosis. The more he advances and ascends grades of reason and intellect, the more he becomes aware of oneness of Allah (SWT), His Lordship, Godship and various aspects of His Grandeur and Glory. So, every teacher and the taught and the trainer and the trainee engaged in quest for knowledge must know that he is stepping into the field of learning with the sole purpose that his short stay on earth may prove a means towards attaining the gnosis of the Real Creator, His nearness and an access to Him alone.