The Koran And The Quran

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The Quran is a book of guidance to mankind, it instructs justice, etiqueties, modesty, sincerity and righteousness. At the same time, the Quran urges and inspires believers to an ethic of action. It’s administers a moral liability for muslims to struggle for what is good and just. The Quran also inculcates that it’s an obligation to glorify good and forbid evil.It also accentuates the importance of realtionship between man and community, the purpose of man and nature and, the mercifulness, grariousness and power of God. The Quran addresses the obligation of man to serve his community and god (his mu’amala and ‘ibada). “The Major Themes Of The Quran” such as Nature, God, Man as Individual , Man in Society and Eschatology that Fazlur Rahman …show more content…

Allah says in the Quran that nature has a purpose and it is for man to exploit it. Therefore, studying about it and finding new ways to exploit it in order to advance science and technology for our daily use is part of exploiting nature. The Quran speaks of scientists highly “And of his sign is the creation of the heavens and the earth, and the difference of your languages and colors. Lo! herein indeed are portents for men of knowledge” (Q 30:22). The Quran speaks of those who investigate nature and try to discover the laws that govern it as “men of knowledge and insight”.Qur’anic verses encourage inspection and contemplation of the universe that surrounds us and is exceptionally concerned with those sciences that give human beings the dexterity to benefit from the world around them. In the passage the use of medicine and the hospital 's expansion signifies the importance of being able to exploit nature and further science in order to help diseased people. The Quran supports the advancements of science and technology because it is used to help people , as depicted in the passage the knowledge of science and the amelioration of the hospital was used to help the whole community especially the less fortunate. “[shall be treated here] for their ailments, big or small, similar or different, whether the diseases are perceptible [that is, are physical] or whether they are mental disturbances” (Isa, no page).Islam advocates the embodiment of

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