A contribution to the religion vs science debate from Swiss scientist Adrien Chauvet, currently lecturer in Physical Chemistry at the University of Sheffield, and who studied the Islamic sciences under teachers including Sheikh Tewfik Choukri, Imam Abdul wahid Kort and Dr Hani Ramadan. He learnt Arabic at Bayyinah Institute, USA.
An extract from the book’s introduction:
My life-long goal has always been to seek meaning in this world , my place within it, and the path I must take. In this pursuit, I essentially seek inner peace, which my travails have come to indicate comes from Truth. By ‘Truth’ I mean a conception of the world which is logical, practical and universal – encompassing all disciplines. I hope that this Truth will give me the satisfaction of having made the right choice, and of being on the right path. And since I doubt that I am the only one looking for this kind of reassurance, I am sharing my experiences here [. . .]
My goal is not to prove scientifically that God exist – at least not directly – but to demonstrate that scientific logic is not foreign to religious logic. Rather, I shed some light on their complementarity and justify, using scientific methods and arguments, a theistic vision of the world.
The author obtained his bachelor in Physical Sciences from the University Louis Pasteur in Strasbourg, France. He pursued his postgraduate studies at Purdue University, USA, where he obtained his Master and PhD in Biophysics. Prior to his current appointment he held a Postdoctoral appointment at the Department of Applied Physics at the University of Geneva.
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