Introducing God into the Equation:Who Wrote Our DNA Code Do You Think? Dr. Pasha (Bringing Islam to the World One Concept at a Time! Taking the Qur'an to Every Home and Heart that Needs It...
With regard to anything, just because you don't see it does not mean it is not there.
For, as all educated people know -- or they should know -- that with regard to anything: "Absence of Evidence" is by no means "Evidence of Absence" with regard to that thing.
I am suggesting we use the same universally accepted scientific principle -- that same self-evident logic -- with regard to the existence of God.
In other words, what I am saying is: Give God a Break!
Just because you do not see him does not mean he is not there.
But when it comes to God, the evidence available to human beings is not just plentiful, it is overwhelming.
What most humans do not have in their hands is the Smoking Gun, as it were -- the critical, clinching proof.
That God keeps in his hand.
For, just think about it. If he gave that away, the game will be over, don't you think?
Two Realities: Visible and Invisible Dr. Pasha (Bringing Islam to the World One Concept at a Time! Taking the Qur'an to Every Home and Heart that Needs It -- And which One Does Not?) There...
I am saying miraculous because I have no other word in the English language to describe it. It is so amazing, what I am about to talk about, and stupendous and so absolutely unbelievable that I don’t know what else to call it.
I am talking about the human face.
As for using the expression design, that is simple. Because, design is what it is no matter how you look at it. [...]
Faith is a risk either way. Whether you believe in God or you don’t believe in him, the final outcome is always uncertain.
That is so, no matter how much True Believers deny it is so. [...]
Humanity was sick, Islam came to heal it.
Humanity is back to being sick again. It needs Islam, once again, to make it well and whole.
It needs the Qur’an.
Allahu Akbar, should that alone not wake up human beings today to the truth of Islam – to the fact that this Islam could only be from Allah?
And that this system of Islam could not by any stretch of the imagination be a human concoction?
The battle of wits between the advocates of Faith and Skepticism never advanced much beyond the argument that Hazrat Ali, Radiyallahu Anhu, put forward 1400 years ago.
Hazrat Ali wrote a little couplet in which he said this – he was a great poet and literary figure by the way, among so many other things: