Science in Quran: E03 - Laws of Nature


This lecture continues our introduction to the topic of Science and the Quran by discussing the broad notion of the existence of “laws of nature.” We stress the fact, made by many leading scientists, that both the existence of such mathematical laws, and our ability to discover and to understand them, is itself quite miraculous, apart from the specifics of each law or each Quranic verse. The progression of understanding of planetary motion, from the conception of the ancient Greeks through the laws of Kepler and Newton, is used as an example.

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