Since 2000, the Center for Islamic Sciences has undertaken three major projects: A database of “who is who” in Islam and Science discourse; a bi-annual journal, Islam and Science, renamed Islamic Sciences in 2013; The Integrated Encyclopedia of the Qur’an. The latter two continue.
These are transformative projects that seek to produce knowledge anchored in the Islamic tradition; they enhance our understanding of the message of the Qur’an, and provide links to the Islamic scholarly tradition.
CIS strives to revive the Islamic scholarly tradition through making direct contact with the works of great scholars of Islam
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