The first part of a logical argument proving that the truth is absolute and not relative, through examination of morals and ethics in various times and places.
The second part of a logical argument proving that the truth is absolute and not relative, through examination of various religious principles in various times and places.
The first chapter of the book “The True Religion.” The question of how one proceeds to decipher the true religion, while all claim to be the truth, and the use of the intellect.
The second chapter of the book “The True Religion.” The meaning of the word ‘Islam’ in comparison to other religions.
The third chapter of the book “The True Religion.” How Islam calls man away from the worship of creation to the worship of God alone.
The fourth chapter of the book “The True Religion.” How one can recognize a false religion upon study of its basic message.
The fifth chapter of the book “The True Religion.” A quality which must befit the true religion - universality.
The sixth chapter of the book “The True Religion.” The natural born instinct of the belief in God found in all humans.
The seventh chapter of the book “The True Religion.” God shows signs to humans to make it clear to them that there is only one true God.
The seventh chapter of the book “The True Religion.” A conclusion to the topic of how one is to recognize the true religion of God.
Is the theory of evolution in direct contradiction with Islamic teachings, or does it leave room for debate?
The theory of evolution clearly contradicts the ‘law of entropy’, where all systems tend to increase in disorder and disorganization with time.
It may be possible to get some ‘order’ in a system, but for an ‘organized’ system to come into existence there has to be consciousness, knowledge, design and planning.
It is logical to believe in a Creator and irrational to believe otherwise.
What makes Islam the only true religion of God.
The existence of the Quran proves the existence of God.
A look at the linguistic nature of the Quran and examining other scriptures predicting the coming of Prophet Muhammad
A brief look at the traditions of Prophet Muhammad and how they are evidence of the truth of Islam.
Questioning minor details can often detract from the true message.
This series of articles provide a conceptual framework for answering the ‘big questions’ related to our existence. Part 1 discusses the need for searching for the truth.
This series of articles provide a conceptual framework for answering the ‘big questions’ related to our existence. Part 2 urges us to reflect on what actually is success and whether our existence has a purpose.
This series of articles provide a conceptual framework for answering the ‘big questions’ related to our existence. Part 3 continues with the discussion on whether our existence has a purpose.
This series of articles provide a conceptual framework for answering the ‘big questions’ related to our existence. Part 4 reminds us that thinking about death is the driving force behind reflecting on the questions that really matter and begins the discussion on the thought process that should be employed to reach the right conclusions.
This series of articles provide a conceptual framework for answering the ‘big questions’ related to our existence. Part 5 continues with the discussion on the thought process that should be employed to reach the right conclusions and explains that the intellectual foundations of any world-view should be assessed to judge the validity of its truth.
After the tremendous advancements and achievements made during the third millennium in the field of genetics, we are now in a better position to assess the chances for macroevolution of evolution theory to have occurred during the history of the universe.
Fine-tuning by design is an argument from physics and cosmology for the divine creation of the universe. It will be shown that discoveries of physics and cosmology in the last fifty years strongly support the existence of God and the divine creation of the universe. This article will describe the fine-tuned elegant laws of nature.
Simple explanation of what is meant by the fine-tuning of the constants of nature and the initial conditions of the universe.
Four examples of fine-tuning are discussed: fine-tuning that allows life on planet earth, carbon resonance, the strong nuclear force, and the ratio of the strong nuclear force to electromagnetic force.
Three extreme examples of fine-tuning are given along with illustrations of just how big the numbers are and how fine-tuned our universe is.
1. Three objections to fine-tuning are answered. 2. Why does fine-tuning need an explanation? 3. An illustration of fine-tuning with a universe generating machine. 4. Awe of atheists on how fine-tuned the universe is.
Fine-tuning and design are two separate ideas. We will discuss all possible explanations for fine-tuning and see that divine creation is the only reasonable choice acknowledged even by some atheists.
An explanation is given of how naturalism leads to multiverse hypothesis followed by a critique of ‘many-world’ hypothesis by top scientists. Nevertheless, belief in many worlds does not conflict with belief in God even if the hypothesis develops into a future theory.
Divine creation is the most compelling explanation for fine-tuning of the universe after looking at all other possible explanations. 2. Science is limited by its nature and thus cannot provide definite answers. 3. Similar reflections from ancient camel riders to modern-day thinkers tell us that the ‘evidence’ for God is equally accessible to everyone.
A two article summary of fine-tuning by design, an argument from physics for the divine creation of the universe. The original articles with detailed citations can be read here. This article will summarize the types and examples of fine-tuning.
Why does fine-tuning need an explanation? 2. What is the most reasonable explanation of fine-tuning? 3. What about Multiverse Hypothesis? 4. Conclusion of the argument for God’s existence by fine-tuning. The original articles with detailed citations can be read here.
Human imagination is limited since it is based on what it observes and experiences, and this is why our imagination cannot fully grasp the concept that God is timeless and eternal, without beginning or end.
The presence of similar complex structures in unrelated creatures poses a great dilemma for evolutionists.
In Islam, reason and faith complement one another.
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