Islam and science
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Muslim scholars have developed a spectrum of viewpoints on science within the context of Islam.
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- "And it is We who have constructed the heaven with might, and verily, it is We who are steadily expanding it."
(The Qur'an, 51:47)
- He created the heavens and the Earth with truth. He wraps the night around the day and wraps the day around the night, and has made the Sun and Moon subservient, each one running for a specified term. Is He not indeed the Almighty, the Endlessly Forgiving?
- And the Sun runs to its resting place. That is the decree of the Almighty, the All-Knowing. "It is He Who created the night and the day, and the sun and the moon. They swim along, each in an orbit. "
(The Qur'an, 21:33)
- Do not the Unbelievers see that the heavens and the earth were joined together (as one unit of creation), before We clove them asunder, and We made from water every living thing. Will they not then believe?"
(The Qur'an, 21:30)
- "We made the sky a preserved and protected roof yet still they turn away from Our Signs.."
(The Qur'an, 21:32)
- "…And We sent down iron in which there lies great force and which has many uses for mankind...."
(The Qur'an, 57:25)