10 minutes with … Salman Hameed

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(UNDATED) Growing up in Pakistan, Salman Hameed navigated freely between his Muslim beliefs and his secular studies. Now, as an assistant professor of integrated science and humanities at Hampshire College in Massachusetts, he teaches about the scientific origins of the universe, including Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution. But in recent visits to his homeland, Hameed, […]

  • Robert Carnegie

    I guess the first place to look is agriculture. Modern approaches to food production depend heavily on science, from pest control to the controversial genetically modified food organisms. If Muslims are deprived or deprive themselves of scientfic agriculture, some people will be very pleased.

  • Understanding of anti-evolution will be existing very strong with modern sciences in this age. because we belive that, Jesus will return to earth in this age by Akhir Time’s signs (hadiths).