Islamic Sciences explores, from Islamic perspectives, religious and philosophical implications of data and theories originating in the natural, biological, and cognitive sciences. The prime goal of the journal is to enhance our understanding of God, life, and the cosmos. JIS also serves as a creative forum for establishing a renewed and rigorous relationship with the spiritual and intellectual traditions of Islam.
Evolution, Causality, and Transcendental Truths: Wolfgang Smith in conversation with Muzaffar Iqbal
Examining the Meta-Principles of Modern Economics and their Implications for Islamic Banking and Finance
Challenges to Islam and Muslims: What is to be Done?