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Discussion: Evolution Theory in Islam - Shaykh Muhammad Asrar Rashid

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    Par défaut Evolution Theory in Islam - Shaykh Muhammad Asrar Rashid

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    Evolution Theory in Islam



    Shaykh Muhammad Asrar Rashid












    Darwinian evolution theory proposes common origin of man with other species as well as human beings evolving from an inferior type.

    Both of these aspects are incompatible with the Quran and Sunnah. Additional to this the 'evidence' for this is based on an inference from fragmented proof as well as magical thinking that involves superimposing the given paradigm upon every observed fact or remnants of the past.

    Islamic belief cannot be re interpreted in light of a theory prone to a shift:

    00:05 Why is the Qur'an not a book of Science?

    05:55 Why are not Muslims advancing in Science nowadays?

    07:40 How does a Muslim reconcile scientific facts with what the Qur'an says? Like evolution theory.

    14:15 Why is there so many imperfections in the Universe?

    17:10 Why don't Muslims accept the evolution theory?

    21:40 Is Islamic Law determined by the ruler?

    26:10 A discussion with an Atheist


    see also :
    Answering Atheism - University of Manchester - Shaykh Muhammad Asrar Rashid















    Shaykh Asrar Rashid is an accomplished scholar from Birmingham. He completed his studies in the Arabic language, fiqh, logic, inheritance law, usul and hadith under the tutelage of Allama Rasool Bakhsh Saeedi, Mufti Muhammad Yaar Khan Qadri and Shaykh Muhammad Jumu‘a.



    Shaykh Asrar has travelled to a number of countries in pursuit of sacred knowledge including Syria, Morocco and the Hijaz where he obtained licences to transmit the classical sciences from the likes of Shaykh Idris Kattani, the great Muhaddith of Makka Sayyid Muhammad ibn ‘Alawi al-Maliki and others. At present he teaches the Dar-e-Nizami programme in Birmingham as well as travelling the UK to deliver seminars and courses. May Allah Almighty raise his rank and protect him for the benefit of the ummah.






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    Responding to ‘Trial and Error’ and Plausibility of Evolution: How do you respond to the claim that evolution theory is a possibility and that it does not affect the faith of an individual whether it is true or not?




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    Darwinian evolution in terms of the origin of humankind is totally incompatible with the Quran. The statement you refer to has also the caveat that the speaker will not be decided regarding evolution until a theologian who is also qualified in biology writes something decisive. The speaker states if a scholar who is not a biologist writes on this or a biologist who is not a theologian writes on this then the speaker will not accept either of them.



    This statement is indicative of either an ignorance of evolution theory or principles of Islamic theology. The reason being that anyone who has read even a popular work like ‘The Blind Watchmaker’ will know that Darwinian evolution does not impart any type of certainty or even strong presumption for a Muslim who has his convictions in the Quran.


    As Richard Dawkins points out in ‘The Devils Chaplain ‘ that Darwinian evolution theory will be beyond recognition in a hundred years. Anything which falls into this category of certainty does not change the immutable truths of the Quran.



    This brings us to the second point which is that the creation narrative of Adam (alayhisalam) in the Quran is explicit in its import and has no compatibility with Darwinian evolution theory as it stands today. Anyone who claims that Darwinian evolution theory regarding human origins is compatible with the Quran commits disbelief.


    Now either the speaker is ignorant of all this, which I doubt, or he is purposefully gauging the reaction. This has unfortunately become a regular habit.



    The speaker may cite Ibn Arabi as stating that prior to Adam there were numerous Adams or similar type of citations as he did misquote Imam Ghazzali’s ‘Faysal alTafriqa’ as well as quoting Ibn Arabi and Imam Ghazzali to support his claim that there was a minority of Ulama who supported the extinguishing of Hellfire. This last citation is found in the Perennial masterpiece known as ‘The Study Quran.’ These citations are in some cases out of context and at other times simply misquoted. These ‘Reformers’ know very well that these quotes were corrected by scholars and were disregarded as erroneous or tampering. Finally leave you with what Imam Bouti wrote on the theory of evolution and how a classical approach dismantles its baseless claims of origin of life and the origins of human beings:



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