Monday, December 17, 2007

All things that are a breach to the laws of nature are false

This is also the opinion of the writer. The question arises as to who will decide what the laws of nature are? Is science the criteria or our human senses? Has science gone that far to explain everything? Are our senses that developed to know everything through observation?
In this section, the writer makes the same claim of miracles not existing today:
Each Prophet brought miracles with him. Just claiming Prophethood was simply not enough. People back then were not as advanced as us in terms of man-made technology and their knowledge was also not as vast as that of today. Miracles were a common thing those days. Today is the era of science and technology and one doesn’t need miracles like those to realize the truth. According to University of Chicago, 300-400 people are becoming Muslim every single day in the USA alone. They do not need to see dead being raised to convince themselves. These people are just reading the Quran and getting amazed at its beauty. Back then, people would have questioned some amazing scientific miracles in the Quran and therefore miracles were a common thing back then.
The writer makes the same point about Muslims to believe in the Bible:
The writer ends this section with a criticism of calling non-Muslims as infidels and argues that everyone is an infidel to each other and this belief is completely false. The truth, however, is that this opinion of the writer is completely false. If there is God, then He must have a way for the people. An electronic equipment has a manual that explains how to use it. Our Creator has given us a manual which shows us how to do, what to do etc. Furthermore, if a person abuses his parents and keeps doing so, they will either kick him out of the house or will beat him or maybe some other sort of punishment. Here we are talking about our Creator who is above all. Belief in Him is a must and to say that one’s own way or self-made way is the way to the Creator is blasphemy.

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