This tag is for questions where a specific type of evidence is requested as a response to a question - specifically, the answers should not rely on any religious authority.

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Scientific Logic for not praying at Zawal (noon) time

I have read somewhere that at noon time when sun is exactly at up and making a right angle with earth some dangerous rays emit from earth that's why it is forbidden to pray at that time. But i could ...
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Black Holes, is it okay to believe in them?

Salam, I am studying for a physics degree and we are beginning to study Black Holes. But I am not sure whether or not these comply with the Quran, any justification would be appreciated.
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Proof of Koran Authenticity

While much of religion is faith, are there any statements in the Koran we can point to that prove its authenticity? Using the Torah as an example, one of the things Jews point to is the fact that the ...
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How old is earth in Islam

How old is earth in Islam? Is it age of earth in Islam near ~5000 years old or Islam shares scientific point of view of earth age ?
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The Solar System in Islam

After numerous discoveries by mankind, the world now believes that we are on a planet which is in a solar system revolving around the Sun. Does Islam have any reference(s) to this? What is the ...
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What did God mean when he mentioned “he has created skies without pillars”?

According to Quran 31:10, He has created the skies without the pillars that you may see, and placed mountains on the earth, lest it shakes with you, and spread over it all kinds of creatures. ...
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Did Prophets prior to Muhammad live for hundreds of years?

According to many Ulama (scholars), Prophets prior to Muhammad (peace be upon them) lived for hundreds of years and so did the people of their Ummah, and Muhammad (pbuh) and his Ummah has the shortest ...
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What is the Islamic response to the atheist demand for 'proof' of God

Can a Muslim prove to an atheist or an infidel that God actually exists? As far as I know most atheists will argue that since they can't hear, see or feel God then He doesn't exist.