Harmonization of Islam and Science in Education: Development of Scientific Integration
This study aimed to analyze the progression of scientific integration, specifically the integration of Islam and science into educational practices. The research into the relevant literature used the databases of many international publishers that are associated with theoretical studies. Integration is more than just the coming together of scientific and Islamic viewpoints; it also involves bringing together scientific and Islamic modes of thought and behavior. Since it is made abundantly clear in the Qur'an that there is an invitation to seek or find all that exists, but because the way of thinking of each individual is different, the conclusion that can be drawn from this research is that there should have been harmony between science and Islam since the inception of Islam. This is because there is an invitation to seek or find all that exists; it needs to be fixed as soon as possible because both science and Islam are critical to the continuation of the human race.
Keywords: Islam, science, education, Islamic education, scientific integration.
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