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Again, There Are Assumptions In Your Arguments

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Posted by Mike Banks on August 8, 2001 16:43:44 UTC

"It stands to reason that nothing (not even ENERGY as we know it) is like Allah the creator"

Key words: "as we know it". Obviously we don't KNOW it, but theories do exist. Around when the first airplanes flew the skies, reason(and apparently scientific knowledge) said the sound barrier could not be broken. Then what happened? Just an example of how much we(humans) don't know.

"And as to your next point: (if you mean that Allah should have a partner"

I never implied this.

"Let us consider that energy is infinite. It has not left the presence of Allah for Allah is nearer to all things not like the nearness of bodies and not like one who would have to be in any place by moving from one place to another but that Allah is aware and near to all things.
Ultimately this energy has a source from which it comes from and it is from Allah. For Allah is the only infinite source of energy or life."

Until energy is fully understood, you cannot make assumptions about it. Is it not possible that all energy is connected in some way or another? Just look at the human brain. Look at how the brain's "energy" can influence things outside of the body.

I'm not saying there is or isn't a creator. I'm just saying that we know very little about existance and the universe. So until we know everything about it, you can't fill in the knowledge gaps with God. Maybe you do have proof, but the arguments you post seem to use gaps in human knowledge of the existance of all things.

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