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Thursday, 20 October 2016

Humans Created with a Need to Worship - Dawah to atheist

Humans Created with a Need to Worship

Allaah created humans with a need to worship to compliment their natural belief in God.
The first command in the Qur’aan is to worship:

“O human kind! Worship your Lord, Who created you and those before you so that you may become pious.” (Soorah al-Baqarah, 2: 21)

Humans everywhere, in every corner of the earth, in every era are involved in worshipping God. The worship may be distorted in form and content. But, nevertheless, they are obsessed with worshipping God.

Times of Crises
Even those who deny God, when death overtakes them at the point of death or calamity the call out for God.

“When being drowned caught him, he cried: ‘I believe that none has the right to be worshipped but He in whom the Children of Israa’eel believe. And I am one of the Muslims.” (Soorah Younus, 10: 90)

“When I show favor to a human being, he withdraws and turns away; but when evil touches him, his supplications become long.” (Soorah Fussilat, 41: 51)

 “They denied them [the signs] wrongfully and arrogantly, though their own selves were convinced of them.” (Soorah an-Naml, 27: 14)

Yusuf Islam mentioned that the first time he reached out for God was when he was swimming and started to drown a voice welled up from inside him: “O God! Save me and I’ll be good.”

The atheist on a Boeing 747 sees an engine fall of one of the wings and the plane turns downward in a death dive, screams out: “O God! O God! O God!”

to be continued....

Thursday, 13 October 2016

FITRAH - It is Natural to Believe in God - Dawah to atheist

It is Natural to Believe in God

For deists, there is no need to worship because our purpose in this world is unknown. We find our own purposes and whatever we do is okay as long as we do not harm others. The way to deal with this belief is to stress that the need to worship is a natural instinct in all human beings.
The Prophet (r) related that when Allaah created Aadam, He took a covenant from him in a place called Na‘maan on the day of ‘Arafah. (The 9th of the 12th lunar month known as Dhul-Hijjah.) Then He extracted from him all of his descendants who would be born until the end of the world, generation after generation, and spread them out in front of Him in order to take a covenant from them also. He spoke to them face to face saying: “Am I not your Lord?” and they all replied, “Yes, we testify to it.” Allaah then explained why He had all of mankind bear witness that He was their creator and only true God worthy of worship. He said, “That was in case you (mankind) should say on the Day of Resurrection, “Surely we were unaware of all this. We had no idea that You, Allaah, were our God. No one told us that we were supposed to worship You alone.” Allaah went on to explain that it was also in case some people would say: “It was our ancestors who made partners (with Allaah) and we are only their descendants; will You, then destroy us for what those liars did?"" [Soorah al-A‘raaf, (7):172-3. The hadeeth is from asaheeh (authentic) narration of Ibn ‘Abbaas collected by Ahmad. See al-Albaanee’s Silsilah al-Ahaadeeth as-Saheehah,(Kuwait: ad-Daar as-Salafeeyah and Amman: al-Maktabah al-Islaameeyah, 2nd ed., 1983) vol.4, p.158, no.1623.]

This was the Prophet’s (r) explanation of the Qur’anic verse in which Allaah said:

 “When your Lord drew forth from the loins of the children of Aadam their descendant and made them testify concerning themselves, (saying): ‘Am I not your Lord?’ they said, ‘Yes, we testify to it.’ (This) in case you say should say on the Day of Judgement, ‘We were unaware of this.” Or in case you should say, ‘It was our ancestors who made partners (with Allaah) and we are only their descendants. Will you then destroy us for what those liars did?’” Soorah al-A‘raaf, (7):172-3.

The verse and prophetic explanation confirm the fact that everyone is responsible for belief in God and on the Day of Judgement excuses will not be accepted. Every human being has the belief in God imprinted on his soul and Allaah shows every idolator, during the course of his life, signs that his idol is not God. Hence, every sane human being is required to believe in One God who is without partners.

Man’s Natural Disposition : the Fitrah

Since Allaah made all human beings wear to His Godhood when He created Aadam, this oath is printed on the human soul even before it enters the fetus in the fifth month of pregnancy. So when a child is born, it has with it a natural belief in Allaah. This natural belief is called in Arabic the fitrah. (Al-‘Aqeedah at-Tahaaweeyah, (8th ed., 1984), p.245.)

If the child were left alone, it would grow up aware of Allaah in His unity, but all children are affected by the pressures of their environment whether directly or indirectly. The Prophet (r) reported that Allaah said, I created My servants in the right religion but the devils made them go astray. (Sahih Muslim (English Trans.), vol.4, p.1488, no.6853.)

The Prophet (r) also said, Each child is born in a state of fitrah, but his parents make him a Jew or a Christian. It is like the way an animal gives birth to a normal offspring. Have you noticed any (young animal) born mutilated before you mutilate them? (Collected by Muslim, [Sahih Muslim(English Trans.), vol.4, p.1398, no.6423) and al-Bukhaaree (Sahih Al-Bukhari (Arabic-English), vol.8, pp.389-90, no.597)]

So just as the child’s body submits to the physical laws which Allaah has put in nature, its soul also submits naturally to the fact that Allaah is its Lord and Creator. However, its parents try to make it follow their own way and the child is not strong enough in the early stages of its life to resist or oppose its parents.
to be continued....

Thursday, 6 October 2016

Darwinism Fails - Dawah to atheist

Darwinism Fails

The attempt to explain the origin of life using Darwin’s theory fails at every step. The first step of creating the precursors of life from non-living chemicals has not been experimentally replicated.

Stage One:
From inorganic to organic – from the gases which presumably surrounded earth to the simplest amino acids, containing about ten atoms, which are the most basic of the biochemical universals. Experimentally, Stanley Miller in the United States showed in 1953 that by passing an electrical discharge through the appropriate gases, surprisingly large amounts of amino acids were formed. The experiments are acknowledged as a major break through in understanding how life got under way. Since then other essential chemicals have been synthesized. However, until today, five of the twenty amino acids common to all living beings have resisted human attempts to create them artificially. A Russian biochemist by the name of Aleksandr Oparin (1894-1980) (Oparin’s definitive work was The Origin of Life, 3rd rev. ed. 1957.) first proposed in 1924 a model of the atmosphere of the primitive earth free of oxygen (oxygen literally eats up any primitive organic chemicals such as amino acids) containing hydrogen, methane, ammonia and water. Life on earth is shielded from certain death due to ultraviolet cosmic rays by the ozone layer, which blankets the earth between fifteen and thirty miles above the surface. Without oxygen in the atmosphere of the primitive there would have been no ozone layer and the first living organisms would have been wiped out by cosmic rays, and with oxygen present, the first amino acid could not have been produced. Imaginative and elaborate solutions have been written to solve this riddle. But for every suggestion, there is an insurmountable objection.

Stage Two:
Assuming that there was (around 4 billion years ago) a sea with a 10% solution of amino acids, sugars, phosphates, and so on, two major steps have to take place simultaneously. Amino acids must link together to form proteins and other chemicals must join up to make nucleic acids, including the vital DNA. Proteins depend on DNA for their formation and DNA cannot form without pre-existing protein. Nor is it relatively easy chemistry. Proteins are highly complex molecules. Where an amino acid typically has ten atoms, a protein may have thousands.

Stage Three:
The formation of the nucleus.

Stage Four:
The formation of the cell wall.
to be continued....