Islam and Modernism

Islam and Modernism

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Author: Mufti M Taqi Usmani
Dr Mohammed Swaleh Siddiqui/Mohammad Wali Raazi
Translator(s): Dr Mohammed Swaleh Siddiqui / Mohammad Wali Raazi
Publisher: Adam Publishers
Year: 2002
Language: multilingual
Pages: 140
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8174351973


Search for Modernity by itself is a commendable desire and a natural urge of humankind. If this urge was not there, man would not have reached from stone-age to atomic era, could not have gained access to aero planes and spacecrafts from camels and bullock carts nor would have progressed to electric bulbs and search lights from wax candles and earthen lamps. All these material advancements and scientific achievements, which have put nooses on the planets and conducted their buckets to the bottom of sea, are in fact an importunate effect of man's inherent trait that he is a modernist and avaricious of better to bets achievements.

Hence Islam, being a natural religion, is not opposed to modernism as far as it implies to be modern in simple sense of the word. Very often it has been appreciated and given due encouragement. Particularly the issue of latest and newer methods in industry and craft and war technologies is proved from prophetic traditions.



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