Irtiqa

I often rant on science and religion here, and one subset of science and religion issues I have a special interest in is how such matters play out in an Islamic context.

If you happen to have an interest in science and religion in Islam, I highly recommend Salman Hameed’s Irtiqa blog. Hameed is an astronomer teaching at Hampshire College, who comes from a Pakistani background. He also has his ear to the ground concerning a wide variety of pseudoscientific nonsense in the Islamic world, and regularly provides some of the sanest commentary on Islam and science to be found.

On Atheism and Brightness
Spot the Fallacy #2: Fine-Tuning and the Prior Probability of Theism
Necrometrics and 20th Century Atrocities
Naturalism, Theism, and Moral Ontology: A Reply to William Lane Craig
About Taner Edis

Professor of physics at Truman State University


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