Ali Rizvi: Science & Religion May Coexist, but Are Not Compatible #MuslimishDetroit2019

Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Part 4: Bio: Ali A. Rizvi is a writer, physician, and scientist. He is the author of “The Atheist Muslim: A Journey for Religion and Reason,” and co-host of the popular podcast, “Secular Jihadists for a Muslim Enlightenment.” He grew up in Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, and Libya, and nowContinue reading “Ali Rizvi: Science & Religion May Coexist, but Are Not Compatible #MuslimishDetroit2019”

Prof. Ronald Stockton: Religion and Science: Some American Lessons #MuslimishDetroit2019

Prof. Ronald Stockton: Religion and Science: Some American Lessons #MuslimishDetroit2019 Bio: Ron Stockton is a professor of political science at the University of Michigan-Dearborn Abstract: The talk will focus upon the famous Scopes Trial on teaching Evolution and will introduce contemporary public opinion data.

Dr. Majed Hamadeh: What If Everything You’ve Ever Known is a Lie? #MuslimishDetroit2019

Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: Bio: Dr. Majed Hamadeh is a human being. Though he has the thousands of hours of formal education, reading, researching, thinking, and accomplishments needed for credentialing a bio; he feels it’s is irrelevant and just made up social constructs. Abstract: What if everything you’ve ever known is a lie?Continue reading “Dr. Majed Hamadeh: What If Everything You’ve Ever Known is a Lie? #MuslimishDetroit2019”

Dr. Gonzalo Munevar: Implications of Biological Evolution #MuslimishDetroit2019

Bio: Ph.D., Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley, 1975. M.A., Philosophy, California State University at Northridge, 1971. B.A., Philosophy, California State University at Northridge, 1970. Specialized in Philosophy of Science, Neuroscience. His main research interest is in Experimental Neuroscience, Evolutionary Biology, Space Exploration, Philosophy of Science. Dr. Munevar taught Neuroscience, Cognitive Psychology, Sensation and Perception, AbnormalContinue reading “Dr. Gonzalo Munevar: Implications of Biological Evolution #MuslimishDetroit2019”

Sohan Dsouza: Islam in the Scientific Apologetics Ecosystem #MuslimishDetroit2019

Part 1: Part 2: Bio: Sohan Dsouza is a graduate student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, doing research in computational social science and the ethics of artificial intelligence. He has long led the Secular Society of MIT, and has been active in Boston-area secular activism, atheist organization, and counterapologetics. He experienced his childhood andContinue reading “Sohan Dsouza: Islam in the Scientific Apologetics Ecosystem #MuslimishDetroit2019”

Radwan Dabaja: Evolution and the Holy Quran #MuslimishDetroit2019

Part 1: Part 2: Bio: Bachelor degree in biology and certified analyst in geographic information system (GIS). Abstract: Evolution has long been misunderstood by religious scholars and as a result, they misinterpreted the Holy Quran based on this misunderstanding. However, there are many verses that provide evidence of evolution throughout the Holy Quran. The viewsContinue reading “Radwan Dabaja: Evolution and the Holy Quran #MuslimishDetroit2019”

Imam Dr Achmat Salie: Science a nuanced Islamic balance between 2 extremes #MuslimishDetroit2019

Part 1: Part 2: Bio: Dr Imam Salie has a BA in Higher Education with majors in Biology and Physics. Salie’s academic preparation also include a degree in Islamic jurisprudence, and two PhDs. He is passionate about eco-spirituality, inter and interfaith, peace and social justice,  humilities- failures-, suicide prevention, and displacement studies. Salie speaks and understandsContinue reading “Imam Dr Achmat Salie: Science a nuanced Islamic balance between 2 extremes #MuslimishDetroit2019”