If Islam is true, then it would make sense for God to have communicated evidence of His existence to us. In fact, He did. This presentation unpacks a key Qur’anic verse that argues that the contingency of the universe is evidence that God exists.
About the Series
“Why Islam is True” is a series of 40 short presentations that analyze the claim, “Islam is true,” by dividing it into a series of sub-claims and then evaluating their truth by examining the evidence for them, as well as the evidence against them. As they do this, the presentations explain
- the relationship between Islam and science
- the fallaciousness of the arguments of contemporary atheists
- the relationship between Islam and other faith-traditions
- the role of prophecy in human history
- the nature of life, death, and the human soul
- and the purpose of human existence
While the presentations are all grounded in the traditional Islamic sciences—particularly the sciences of Islamic theology (‘ilm al-tawhid), Islamic logic (mantiq), Qur’anic exegesis (tafsir), and legal theory (usul al-fiqh)—their goal is to answer the questions that any open-minded and thinking graduate of a contemporary high-school or university—Muslim or not—would ask about Islam.
The conclusion of this series of presentations is that God does, in fact, exist. That the Prophet Muhammad, Allah bless him and give him peace, was, in fact, His messenger. That He did, in fact, teach us the purpose of our existence on earth. And that we will, in fact, be resurrected after our deaths to stand before and be judged by God.
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