The 2016 7th Annual AMRA Conference will be held on Saturday the 3rd of December at Baitul Wahid Mosque, London.
The concept of the “Unseen” holds great significance in the natural and social sciences, where researchers strive to draw inferences from incomplete data to validate (or invalidate) hypotheses about the physical world. Despite our limited faculties, we are now able to comprehend previously unimaginable ideas – from the interactions of the subatomic to the vastness of the cosmological.
Interestingly, the concept also finds great emphasis in the Holy Qur’an:
“Who believe in the unseen and observe Prayer, and spend out of what We have provided for them;”
(Chapter 2, verse 4)
This year, the Conference will bring together researchers from varying fields who will show us the world as they see it, and further ask:
What the next breakthroughs will be in the different fields?
If we are applying the best methods to comprehend the “Unseen”?
What guidance does the Holy Qur’an offer on revealing the “Unseen”?
Places are limited so book your ticket through the following link and join us for our 7th annual conference.