The religious state of Islamic science

The Secular Outpost’s Taner Edis is interviewed in a feature story at Salon.com about “The religious state of Islamic science,” a subject which he is extremely qualified to comment on.

Also check out his book, An Illusion of Harmony: Science and Religion in Islam (2007, Prometheus Books).

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