Journal Articles

  1. Islamic Civilisation as a Global Presence with Special Reference to Its Knowledge Culture.
  2. The Identity Crisis of the Contemporary Muslim Ummah: the Loss of Tawhidic Epistemology as Its Root Cause.
  3. The Arab Spring: Malaysian Responses [Viewpoint].
  4. The Qur’anic Identity of the Muslim Ummah: Tawhidic Epistemology as Its Foundation and Sustainer.
  5. Family Values, the Family Institution, and the Challenges of the Twenty-First Century.
  6. Islamic Science, Modern Science, and Post-Modernity: Towards a New Synthesis through a Tawhidic Epistemology.
  7. The Evolving Face of Religious Tolerance in Post-Colonial Malaysia: Understanding Its Shaping Factors.
  8. Malaysia’s Need for an Enlightened National Policy on Interreligious Peace: A Dictate of Maqasid al-Shari’ah.
  9. The Place and Role of Maqasid al-Shari’ah in the Ummah’s 21st Century Civilisational Renewal.
  10. Why Issues of Islamic Leadership are Important to ASEAN.
  11. Interfaith Dialogue as a New Approach in Islamic Education.
  12. Islam and the Three Waves of Globalisation: the Southeast Asian Experience.
  13. Cultural Pluralism in a Globalised World: Challenges to Peaceful Coexistence.
  14. Economics as a Science: Insights from Classical Muslim Classifications of the Sciences.
  15. Islam and the Challenge of Diversity and Pluralism: Must Islam Reform Itself?
  16. The Spirit of Islamic Science in the Hokkaido Science Symposium. IAIS Journal of Civilisation Studies, vol. 1, no. 1 (October 2008), pp. 203-207.
  17. The Spiritual and Ethical Foundation of Science and Technology in Islamic Civilisation.
  18. Islam and the Problem of Cultural Symbiosis. Al-Shajarah, Journal of ISTAC, vol. 13, No. 1 (2008), pp. 1-21.
  19. Pengaruh Globalisasi Terhadap Peradaban.
  20. Cultural Symbiosis and the Role of Religion in the Contemporary World: An Islamic Perspective.
  21. The Impact of the American War on Terror on Malaysian Islam. Journal of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, Vol. 16, No. 2 (April 2005), pp. 107-128.
  22. Gulen on Religion and Science: A Theological Perspective. The Muslim World, Vol. 95, Issue 3 (2005), pp. 359-372.
  23. Reformulating a Comprehensive Relationship between Religion and Science: An Islamic Perspective. Islam and Science Journal, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 29-44.
  24. Islam and the Malay Civilizational Identity: Tension and Harmony between Ethnicity and Religiosity. Journal of Malay Civilization, Issue 2003, pp. 107-122.
  25. Kebenaran dan Hikmah Dalam Konsep Ilmu Bersepadu. Pemikir, no. 3, Jan-March 1996, pp. 100-112.
  26. The Common Philosophical Foundation of Traditional Medicines. Sophia, Winter 1994, no. 6, pp. 1-4.
  27. Symbol and Archetype: A Study of the Meaning of Existence: A Review Article. Studies in Tradition, 2:1 (Jan-March 1993), pp. 62-78.
  28. Atomistic Conception of Nature in Ash’arite Theology. Iqbal Review, 32:3 (October 1991), pp. 19-44.
  29. The Philosophy of Islamic Medicine and Its Relevance to the Modern World. MAAS Journal of Islamic Science, 6:1 (Jan-June 1990), pp. 39-58.
  30. Designing a Sound Syllabus for Courses on Philosophy of Applied and Engineering Sciences in a 21st Century Islamic University. Muslim Education Quarterly, 7:3 (Spring 1990), pp. 19-25.
  31. The Influence of Islamic Science on Medieval Christian Conceptions of Nature. MAAS Journal of Islamic Science, 4:1 (Jan-June 1988), pp. 25-43.
  32. Islam and Bioethics. Greek Orthodox Theological Review, 3:2 (1986), pp. 157-179.
  33. The Meaning and Significance of Doubt in al-Ghazzali’s Philosophy. The Islamic Quarterly, 30:1 (1986), pp. 20-31.
  34. Umar Khayyam’s Criticism of Euclid’s Theory of Parallels. MAAS Journal of Islamic Science, 1:2 (July 1985), pp. 9-18.
  35. The Question of Methodology in Islamic Science. Muslim Education Quarterly, 2:1 (Autumn 1984), pp. 16-30.
  36. Ibn Sina’s Methodological Approach Toward the Study of Nature in His Oriental Philosophy. Hamdard Islamicus, vol. VII, no. 2 (Summer 1984), pp. 33-49.
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