Lol, don't get me wrong, I only posted it so that if philosophers here are interested in widening their view on the gap between religion and science could read it. Personally, I haven't read the entire book yet, I find it has some concepts (calculus etc.) that I haven't studied yet, hence I cant understand the book completely.
Emil you make a good point. You can't really judge the book until you read it entirely, hehe.
Also, I am thinking, dont most "western philosophers" work with logical justification?
EDIT: @ reconstructo, the book is translated from arabic surely, so that would explain it I think.