Fountain Archive

April 1998

Issue 22 (April - June 1998)
Ali Unal
3794

Two Different Fields for Science and Religion

Christianity did not develop as a comprehensive religion encompassing all fields of life but as a set of spiritual and moral values with some bearing on, but no directions for, the worldly’ aspects of... read more..

Issue 22 (April - June 1998)
Irfan Yilmaz
4109

Biological System

As a result of some chemical processes in our bodies such as the decrease of the amount of sugar in our blood, we feel hunger or the urge to eat. If we eat more than we need, some of the food consumed... read more..

Issue 22 (April - June 1998)
Dr. Muhammed Ali Albar
6716

Genetic Counselling and Genetic Iseases: An Islamic Perspective

Qualifications and task of the counsellorGenetic counselling is the process whereby an individual or family obtain advice and information about a genetic condition that may affect the individual and f... read more..

Issue 22 (April - June 1998)
Dr. Muhammad Tariq Chaudhary
2734

Soil Salinity a Problem of Icreasing Impact on Global Agriculture

Qualifications and task of the counsellorGenetic counselling is the process whereby an individual or family obtain advice and information about a genetic condition that may affect the individual and f... read more..

Issue 22 (April - June 1998)
Bediuzzaman Said Nursi
4448

Reflections on the Existence and Unity of the Creator 301

Beware, only in the remembrance of God do hearts find rest.Only through recognizing their One Creator can all spirits and hearts be delivered from the distress and confusion arising from misguidance, ... read more..

Issue 22 (April - June 1998)
H. Adam
2763

The Clash in the Heavens The Discourse of The Stars

Listen to the stars and heed their beautiful sermons, See what is written in these luminous missives of Wisdom:They are all delivering together this beneficient discourse:“Each of us is a radiant proo... read more..

Issue 22 (April - June 1998)
Tankut Yalcinoz
3222

Dna Based Computers

In 1949 researchers believed that ‘Computers in the future may weigh no more than 1.5 tons.’ Of course, we have come a long way since then, but the underlying computational framework has remained the ... read more..

Issue 22 (April - June 1998)
F. B. Rahim
14520

Reflections on Robinson Crusoe

Part II:Economic Individualism and SecularizationThe wider context of Robinson CrusoeCrusoe’s relationship with God is sincere, intense and actively personal. It is also general and subjective. He doe... read more..

Issue 22 (April - June 1998)
M. Fethullah Gulen
4161

Satan and the whispering of Satan (Involuntary thoughts occurring to man)

What Satan is and why he was createdSatan was, like the jinn with whom he mostly kept company, was also created from ‘fire’. Before he was put to the test of obedience and sincerity through Adam, he h... read more..

Issue 22 (April - June 1998)
A. Sahin
4050

Social Solidarity

In pre-Islamic Arabia, people were divided into tribes and clans continually at war with one another. The rivalry among them was so intense that, for example, Abu Jahl, the archenemy of the Prophet Mu... read more..

Issue 23 (July - September 1998)
M. Fethullah Gulen
4065

The Undiscovered Greatness Of Our World

For those who have attained the happiness of knowing this world from within faith, hope and an experience of the realms beyond this world, there is still an undiscovered greatness and magic in this wo... read more..

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