Added on January 6, 2011 | 6 Comments »
Topics: Belief, Dawah, Life
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MashAllah, what an awesome clear reminder. Must listen specially for college going students taking philosophy/anthropology/socialogy 101’s.
Salaam JazakAllah khari brother, may Allah reward you and give you the tawfiq to spread the message. May Allah remove the love me have for this world and may we be content with what we have. May Allah guide us through the right path and save us from all evil and bad in this world. May Allag grant us Jannah…Ameen.
Salaam JazakAllah khair brother, may Allah reward you and give you the tawfiq to spread the message. May Allah remove the love me have for this world and may we be content with what we have. May Allah guide us through the right path and save us from all evil and bad in this world. May Allah grant us Jannah…Ameen.
Great reminders and fun lecture to listen to.
In response to the assumption that the universe can’t be created from nothing and thus rationally there is a God. There is scientific theory and evidence to suggest the spontaneous generation of the universe.
“Pairs of particles are constantly being created out of nothing, by “borrowing” the energy from the potential of the vacuum. When the particles (a particle and an anti-particle) recombine, they destroy each other and repay the energy debt to the vacuum.
It’s believed that space below the Planck level is a seething froth of particle creation and destruction, which we cannot see, much like you can’t see the small waves of the ocean from an airplane.
This is not just a theory, it’s been proven by an experiment using ‘Casimir plates’.
If this can happen all the time around us, it’s not too hard to imagine a similar event creating a Universe. Remember that the Cosmos is not constrained to follow our expectations. Any way the Universe began will appear bizarre to most people.”
Many blessings in this month of Ramadam.