Nature and Islam, 7º WEEC

According to the Islamic Tradition “Nature was created as a source of inspiration for spiritual life and livelihood” We have been using resources relentlessly, even though we had not right to do it.
At the present time, an Islamic Theory of Nature does exist from a Scientific and theological point of view. This preconize environmentalism as a consistent part of the belief. Therefore, it becomes urgent that young people take consciousness and bring back together its cultural roots, those who make favorable a responsible use and management of natural resources, contributing to the creation of an engaged society.

To learn more: Nature et Islam, WEEC

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