Who's afraid of theoscientography? An interpretative hypothesis on Harun Yahya

Zygon 49 (1):66-80 (2014)
I scrutinize the ideas and works of the Turkish religious leader and author Adnan Oktar/Harun Yahya. I argue for a new definition of Yahya as the representative of what I call theoscientography, proposing to study his work according to such a model rather than in the light of his “Islamic creationism”
Keywords Islam  Darwinism  Harun Yahya  technology
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DOI 10.1111/zygo.12077
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