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  • Education Policy - a Critical Review

    Ideology / Education Policy - a Critical Review

    What the individual wants to get from education is different from what a nation as a whole would want from it. The individual strives for literacy, first-hand knowledge and a better means of living; it is a matter for the parents to choose what is best affordable from the choices that surround them and a matter of the strife that the individual can go through to climb the ladder of structured success. The nation as a whole, with the aid of its ministries and boards of learned men, has to take education in a totally different perspective...

  • Are We Racist?

    Ideology / Are We Racist?

    The argument here is not whether this theory is anthropologically provable or not; the argument here is that 2.3 billion people read the Bible with this understanding every day.

  • God and Mathematics

    Philosophy / God and Mathematics

    Great advances in mathematics in the last few centuries has brought thinkers to face a contest between the seeming perfection by which mathematics is able to explain the details of phenomenon we encounter around us in nature and the strange paucity of strength in the foundational structure of mathematics. Does this paucity alarm us... that we may just be scratching on the surface of wholesome knowledge?

  • Quran - Characterization of the Book

    Belief / Quran - Characterization of the Book

    Before delving in the Book we must ask what should the criteria that can set apart this Book from other books be, and what proof should we demand from the Book so we can be definite that indeed it is a book not written by human agency ... this essay will not aim to fulfill a generalized criteria for the Book to be divine, rather it will aim at asking the Book itself, what it has to say of itself - if indeed it is from the All-Knowing and if indeed it is the all-telling.

  • The Universe in the Quran

    Belief / The Universe in the Quran

    The plain truth is that astronomy and physics are beggarly in term of observable facts about our immense space and the spectacular phenomenon inhibited in it. These sciences use more of thought-experiments, speculations and extrapolation to satiate the coaxing urge of answering queries such as ‘how the Universe came into being’, which as yet science is too young to answer.