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In Search of Our Origins, presents complex but interesting information on the origin of life and man.
More than hundred hints/pointers from the Quran seem to tell us how the first molecule of life arose on the planet, what was the mechanism involved, where the event occurred on the primeval earth, and what did happen subsequently.
The pointers also tell us how the life is linked to man, how the first man and his mate were created, where they were nurtured initially, and when and where did they appear on the earth.
A mechanism for verification of the information is presented, along with an objective mechanism to extract the information from scriptures.
The two mechanisms and the extensive data provided has the potential to permanently lay at rest the debate between creationists and evolutionists.
Jamshed Akhtar (born 1947) is a writer and researcher from India.
A graduate in Electrical Engineering, he is involved in the scientific study of religion for last 34 years, and has written three books on this topic.
Akhtar’s primary interest is the Quran. He claims that the language of Quran has a distinct meaning for each word and suggests using root meanings of words as understood by Bedouins of the era, to extract information from the original text.
Utilizing this method, he has presented hundreds of evidences to support non-human origin of the phenomenon of revelations. These pointers demonstrate the presence of an evolving complex structure of information in Quran.
Akhtar claims that information, which can get verified at present, should be used to establish the credibility of verses, while that which is to be verified in future, should be used as a guide in ongoing scientific researches.
A mechanism to verify the information is presented in this book, to achieve consensus of experts.
His online center ‘Institute of Revealed Knowledge‘ is taking up several such researches.
Akhtar has a wide range of favorite thinkers and visionaries, from Sir Iqbal and Maudoodi to Sir Arthur C Clarke and Isaac Asimov.
Apart from his interest in science and religion, he is also involved in social and educational causes with various organizations in India.