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About the author:
Jamshed Akhtar is a writer / researcher, about 65 years old, with a degree in Electrical Engineering from AMU (1969), Aligarh, India.
He is involved in the study of religion since 1985.
Akhtar is closely associated with several Muslim organizations dealing in scientific study of Islam.
In 1996, Akhtar had written a research based fiction. This book entitled 'The Ultimate Revelations' is probably the first and only Science fiction in the world, with Quran as the central topic. The book was well covered by almost all the major news papers of India and UAE.
Akhtar has also presented his researches on revealed knowledge in different workshops and seminars, in India. In UAE, Akhtar's book was presented at 'The Book Mall' by Shaikha Azza, daughter of the ruler of Sharjah.
Akhtar has also appeared on the 'Discover Islam' talk shows on Sharjah TV to explain his researches.
In Search of Our Origins
How the Quran Can Help in Scientific Research
In Search of Our Origins, presents complex but interesting information on the origin of life and man.
The 119 hints/pointers, extracted from the analysis of the original words of the Quran, seem to tell us how the first molecule of life arose on the planet, what was the mechanism involved, where the event occurred on the primeval earth, and what did happen subsequently.
The pointers then tell us how the life is linked to man, how the first man and his mate were created, where they were nurtured initially, and when and where did they appear on the earth.
The research also discusses entities like Jinn and malaika (angels), and the concept of Paradise with respect to Adam, within the parameters of the Quran and modern physics.
Akhtar argues that the phenomenon of revelations is extraterrestrial, and presents a mechanism for verification of the information that has the potential to permanently lay at rest the debate between creationists and evolutionists.
- Publication Date:
- 1456335677 / 9781456335670
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Religion / Religion & Science