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God Exist: The Evidence of Reasoning

PostPosted:16 Jan 2011, 20:06
by Ahmed Denim
All of the creatures, the first and the subsequent ones, must have a Creator who brought them to existence because they neither can bring themselves into existence, nor they could have come exist by coincidence! The creatures could not have brought themselves to existence because a thing does not create itself-since prior to its existence it was nothing - so how could it be a Creator? And it cannot accidentally bring itself into being, because every occurrence must need an originator.

Also because its existence in such highly magnificent order and homogeneous coordination, and due to the coherent relationship between the means and their causes, and the creatures with one another, it is absolutely impossible that its very being is coincidental. (In fact), what is (believed) to exist as a result of coincidence, does not follow an ordered pattern at the beginning of its existence. So how could it remain to be ordered during its course of survival and development?

So, if it is impossible that the creatures have neither brought themselves into existence nor they did they come to exist by coincidence, then it becomes evident tat they must have a Creator, and He is Allah, the Rabb of the Worlds.

Allah (SWT) had stated the above rational and decisive proof in Soorat At-Tur, saying:"Were they created by nothing, or were they themselves the creators?" (Qur'an 52:35), which means that they were neither created without a Creator, nor they were the creators of themselves. It becomes clear, therefore, that their Creator is Allah (S.W.T.)

That is why when Jubair bin Mut'im heard Allah's Messenger (SAW) reciting Soorat At-Tur, and when he reached the Aayat:

"Were they created by nothing, or were they themselves the creators? Or did they create the heavens and the earth? Nay, but they have no firm belief. Or are the treasures of the Rabb with them? Or are they the tyrants with the authority to do as they like?" (Qur'an 52: 35-37)

Jubair, who was then a Mushrik (polytheist), commented: "My heart was about to fly (upon hearing this firm argument)" (Bukhari)

In another separate narration, he said: "And that was the time when Eeman was first settled in my heart" (Bukhari)