Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian, July 01, 2018
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | June 10, 2018
There was a headline in the Bangalore edition of The Indian Express (September 9, 1983) which read: GLITTER IS NOT GOLD.
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | June 03, 2018
Someone once said to the renowned Indian scientist, Sir C.V. Raman that the discoveries which scientists have made were not really the achievement of scientists; they were the result of chance. “That is true,” Dr Raman replied, “but chance of this nature only happens to scientists.”
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | May 27, 2018
The Quran says that on Judgment Day, when mankind is gathered before God, a person will look upon his deeds. Those who denied God, and rebelled against Him, will behold the doom that awaits them. In anguish they will cry out:
“Would that I were dust!” (78:40)
Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | The Sunday Guardian | May 13, 2018
Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) was born into a Christian family. A regular church-goer, he can be said to have been a religious man in every sense of the word. But he is known to the world as a ‘scientist’ and not as a man of religion.
The same is true of most scientists. Most of them have, in their personal lives, been religious men.