Of course I am looking from a different angle. I am not a blind believer in god dun it with magic, I am a believer in fact and in evidence and in truth. Nope not your it sounds like it should be true so it is true but real factual, evidential truth with the quality or state of being actually true.<quoted text>
you are looking from a different angle, I Believe God created the whole universe and did also provide different rules within our universe, so there are also cures for every disease provided by the creator in the first place and then I Would have faith and trust in the human mind that God gave us to use, hence whatever scientists discover it would be because they are using the bless given by god (minds) to find what Allah already put there in order to fulfill the purpose of life and to make the world a better place to live in.
you believe the universe came out of nothing, all of those rules within our universe could have came by coincidence and/or spontaneously, so there are also diseases and we as humans would use our developed minds to look for answers and cures and by hard scientific investigation, we will use whatever materials which already existed in this world and finally we'll get tangible results.
To date science it about 10^-35 of a second (tiny, tiny fraction) from discovering what created the bb event. So if that science proves that the event was caused by, as suspected, one form of quantum interaction or another and that no god was involved and proven could not be involved to the extent that evidence was produced that no god could exist. Would you change you mind that allah done it with magic? No you wouldnt
No I do not believe the universe came out of nothing, you were the one who brought up nothing, I only responded with the current scientific understanding of what is nothing. I believe the universe is the effect of a quantum event and your accusation shows limited understanding. As for coincidence, yes.
As to why science is better than faith in finding cures lets put it this way. If your were seriously ill, would you prefer to go to an establishment that can draw on all the latest and most efficacious scientifically developed medial equipment to diagnose and possibly provide some treatment for your illness or a mosque to chant and prey that your god will magically offer a cure, which would you choose?
I do not believe it was most, the industrial revolution was centred around Lancashire UK,(where I live so schooling on the subject was pretty strong) and grew outward from there. There were very few Muslims around in the UK at that time and effectively none outside London. However the mathematics developed in the Muslim world no doubt had a profound influence.
Because there were (and are) some strong muslim women in no way diminishes the misogyny inherent of the Islamic faith. Funny really, the first topic of this mornings womans hour on Radio 4 was about women in muslim society. What I though was most telling was an interview with the husband of a successful Muslim woman, the first woman in her families history to leave home to go to university, her mother was not even educated. She wears the hijab. Her husband was asked what he would do if she wanted to stop wearing the hajib. His reply was not Its up to her but was along the lines I would tell her of the teachings and would talk about the need for a woman to preserve modesty.No I do not see it as contradictory than a man has no need to cover his hair but a woman does.I would not allow her to work bare headed. Now the chances are that you see nothing misogynistic about his statements and that is the real problem, you do not see
Also funny that just last week the first prosecutions were announced of a doctor practising in the UK who performed FGM operations. He is muslim as is his agent who is also to be prosecuted.