It was claimed that
all matter is convertible into and from energy
I should clarify that I do not reject that matter and energy are interchangeable. However, it is far clearer that there exists no […]
((And it is He who created the heavens and the earth in six days – and His Throne had been upon water – that He might test you as to which of you is best in deed.))
Similarly, as Ibn Taymiyya men […]
I appreciate your response, phil rimmer.
I am personally not very interested in natural sciences. Although I do not reject the right, and at times the obligation, of people to scientific inquiry and […]
It should be restated that creation involves bringing something into existence after it literally did not exist, out of another, not out of nothing. It is an action. Read #24!
I would like to add that the […]
There are a few important points here. Please refer to the previous comments for further detail, because all those topics are interrelated. Additionally, the crux of the matter of whether things begin to exist or […]
Ibn Taymiyya found it self-evident that things are created out of other things, and rejected the notion that we know things to be created out of nothing. Refer to my first comment for further detail.
Ibn Taymiyya […]
The anthropomorphic notion of a universe creator is debunked by the infinite regression of the creator, of the creator, of the creator, of the creator, . . . .. . . . . .
I wish to clarify a point regarding […]
Monotheists in the past never doubted the existence of a Creator. Today, many tend to think that their acceptance of God was due to ignorance about natural processes explained by science.
That seems to me […]