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Assalaamu alaikum [peace be to you],

:bulletred: The Final Book

Some people reject God because they can find no evidence for Him which satisfies both their hearts and minds simultaneously. Then there are others who accept God on the basis of emotional or irrational reasons which satisfy their hearts, but leave their minds unsure. These two groups of people have never found a satisfying answer to the question of their relationship with God. Then there are yet others who have found the correct path which God intended for us: to accept Him and His message to us using our minds first and foremost, and the heart follows easily and naturally as a consequence.

Instead of searching for the answer, there are also some people who chose to simply brush the question aside and ignore it unfortunately. This is the easy way out of what appears to be a very difficult, mysterious question which may seem to have no final solution.

Most of these people are unaware of a very powerful message which completely and unequivocally establishes the correct path to God. This message squares with both the mind and the heart, and it has no equal since it comes to us straight from God Himself.
The message comes in the form of a book. In fact, God has given us several Books of guidance through the ages, but each one was ultimately corrupted and changed by dishonest people. Each Book essentially contained the same fundamental message as the previous Books. Mankind was expected to guard these Books from harm, but unfortunately failed to live up to this expectation. Slowly but surely, each Book was edited and tampered with, destroying its authenticity. This is partly why God kept sending us more revelations.
However, almost 1400 years ago, God sent us another Book with the same basic message as the earlier ones, but with a small but very important difference. This time, God decreed that this Book would be the last Book sent down to us because God would protect it Himself. Regarding this Final Book, God said,
إِنَّا نَحْنُ نَزَّلْنَا الذِّكْرَ وَإِنَّا لَهُ لَحَافِظُونَ
"We have, without doubt, sent down the Message; and We will assuredly guard it (from corruption)."

translation of 15:9
This book is called the Qur'an.

Today, if we compare the 114 chapters in every copy of this Final Book with each other, we will find they match perfectly word for word - from the oldest copies made 1300-plus years ago to the ones printed just a few hours ago. No human hand has changed it.

The rational person has every right to be doubtful, of course, if he or she has never read this book. For such people, I am going to make this series of articles as a small sample of what the Final Book contains. Suppose we wanted to ask God several questions about Him and about ourselves. Sort of Him speaking to us directly (such a privilege has been granted to only one person out of all humanity, prophet Moses -peace and blessings be upon him-), this Book has the best answers one can find. It is on the strength of these answers that an honest person may be struck with the conviction that the Final Book is from none other than God Almighty. Again, in the following articles is only a small part of the information one might find.

from [link]


Next part: On The Nature of God




If I am right, it is from the God. if I am wrong, it is from myself.
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TheSandvich Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
You fail to mention another category of person in your opening blurb. That being those of us who have not found enough evidence to satisfy our minds, but at the same time are rational enough to not bother trying to seek out God in our hearts, knowing that our personal desires do not dictate the truth.
But I am not here to argue, simply to ask you a personal question: How did you come to "find God" and how did you determine that Islam is the one true religion out of the thousands of religions around the globe?
Thank you for your time! :)
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Itsukiart Featured By Owner May 23, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
islam is death
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Pandaren-Chaplain Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Yep. First thing you should do to become one of those lads it is open yer head, extract your brain, say "goodbye" to him AND put the Curan to your head.
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JFIER Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2013
If this is What you think
You are stupid
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Nayzak Featured By Owner May 23, 2013
as a matter of fact, you are wrong.
Islam is the way to life. Islam is the truth. Islam is happiness and success, in this earthly life and in the hereafter.
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PrincessElemix Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2013
I'm sure all the dead/persecuted Coptic Christians in Syria and Egypt would disagree with you.
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2013
I don't care if a dead person disagrees with me.

as for persecution, that has nothing to do with Islam. please remain in the topic.
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PrincessElemix Featured By Owner Sep 14, 2013
of course the persecutions have to do with Islam. Islamic radicals are burning down churches and killing Christians all over Syria and Egypt. These radicals believe that Christians who do not convert to Islam should die.
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2013
I repeat: it has NOTHING to do with Islam.
First, Islam NEVER calls for the destruction of churches and for forced conversion and for the death of those who refuse. NEVER!
Second, there are extremists and radicals in EVERY religious group.
Third, what radicals believe is not necessarily what the religion teaches.

Islam is not what you want to believe. Islam is what Islamic scripture says. and Islamic scripture teaches the opposite of what you are claiming.
Advice: before you make allegations, humble yourself a little and ask questions in order to understand that which you ignore. if you don't know Islam, ask a Muslim and correct your misconceptions. :)

May the God guide you and correct your thinking.
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SolidSnake000 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2013
I usually do not let this get to me. But my blood is boiling. DO YOU NOT KNOW THE PUNISHMENT FOR LEAVING ISLAM??? IT'S DEATH!!! Do you not know that they are killing people and are the ones perpetuating the VAST majority in rapes in Scandanavia? Did you know the Quaran calls for all non - believers to be executed? 


"Second, there are extremists and radicals in every religious group." No true Scotsman fallacy, look it up.
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2013
"DO YOU NOT KNOW THE PUNISHMENT FOR LEAVING ISLAM??? IT'S DEATH!!!"
No it's not. Death is the punishment of the one leaving Islam AND working to harm the Muslims (traitor).
one who leaves Islam and does not work to harm the Muslims should be left in peace.

"Do you not know that they are killing people and are the ones perpetuating the VAST majority in rapes in Scandanavia?"
I don't know about your social problems but I know they have nothing to do with Islam.
the Qur'an doesn't command us to go to Scandinavia and destroy it.

"Did you know the Quaran calls for all non - believers to be executed?"
I know this is not true.
Now you are either an ignorant who doesn't know what he is talking about or you are another islamophobe who came to my page to vilify Islam with lies. you are making claims you'll never be able to prove. but I'll be nice and open-minded and offer you the chance to prove your claim: bring me A SINGLE Qur'anic verse that:
a- says ALL non-believers should be executed. I repeat "ALL", ("ALL" means "EVERYONE of them").
b- the verse you bring should not refer to the non-believers who are fighting the Muslims, as I will count it as self defense.
so try to bring me a verse that says ALL non-believers should be executed (even without attacking Muslims) and let's see if you are truthful. here is website of Qur'an in Arabic with different translations quran.com/
Of course you are also allowed to reply "I didn't find such verse. I thought it existed. sorry." to err is human after all.

sir, Keep in mind that I expect your evidence (the Qur'anic verse) in your very next reply. so please do not turn around and try to play hide and seek. I'm not very keen to play games with those who come to make allegations against Islam in my page. so if I don't see you proving your claim (or admitting ignorance), you will be considered a liar and will eventually be banned.
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turtledove23 Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012
And herein lies the problem for most of the big organized religions. They all believe that they own the true unalterated word of god and that their way is right. Though this has led to the formation of charities, setting up of soup hospitals, and helping those who are less fortunate, however this line of thinking can also lead to a dark and dangerous path. This way of thinking allows people to classify people who don't follow their religion as "The Other". What I mean by the term "The Other" is people who are classified as threat to another people's way of life and whose ways are deginerate and wrong. All religions in the world today have this problem; Christianity, Isam, Hinduism, and countless others, and what this does is that it makes killing someone that is labeled as "The Other", as a good thing. This is not an attack on any particular religion or religion in general, i'm just saying that you can still be a believer without blinding yourself to the harm religion can do. However with all that being said, this is a good article :)
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MagicKoiFishOfDoom Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013
Actually. Sanatan Dharma (or Hinduism) believes all religions are paths to God. All contain truth. Please do not lump Sanatan Dharma with the abrahamic religions. Their concepts are very different.

Also. Some denominations/sects of Islam (Sufism) and Christianity (Unitarian Universalism; although that isn't really as much of a denomination anymore) carry the view spoken of above. Even Saint Thomas Aquinus (Catholic Saint) carried the view of unitarianism.
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MagicKoiFishOfDoom Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013
Of course, if I might add, there have been extremeist incidents. Like the destruction of a mosque (Terrible event) on the birthplace of Sri Rama. But an article of faith of Hinduism (really) is that all religions are truthful and paths to God.
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MagicKoiFishOfDoom Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013
universalist* Oops. ^^;
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012
and what this does is that it makes killing someone that is labeled as "The Other", as a good thing.
I have to disagree with you here.
I don't know about other religions, but in Islam, killing the innocent is considered a grave sin. It is a last resort for self defense and stopping oppression when all peaceful means fail. nowhere does the Qur'an justify the killing of 'the other', the Qur'an states clearly how to deal with the people who do not follow Islam. we are commanded to use beautiful and rational preaching in order to show Islam to them. and if they do not accept it, the Qur'an tells us that we are not to force them, our duty is only to bring the message to them. and we are also commanded to deal with them justly and fairly. nowhere does the Qur'an say kill them because they are 'others'.
Now if the other fights us and kills us, that's another story...

However with all that being said, this is a good article
This is just the introduction...
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turtledove23 Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2012
I never said that Islam called for the crime of killing of "The Other", or my religion (Christianity)for the crime of the killing of "The Other". However both religions have people that follow their religion and use the mindset that I described as justification for killing or oppressing "The Other". What i'm saying that every religion has people who use their religion to justify acts of persecution and murder of people they consider "The Other". If this is the introduction where is the article, if you don't mind me asking.
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SosoSurprise Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Hobbyist
this is beautiful! i learn new stuff each time you post something new subhanallah al azeem!
you're such an inspirational xD
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Amikazi Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nayzak I'm muslim but I just have a question. If Allah knew all that would ever happen in the history of the universe. Why did he send so many books and not guard them and then in the end he sent a book and guarded it? What I mean is, why didn't Allah send one book and guard it from corruption so that there would only be one Abrahamic Religion to follow?
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
Allah -subhaanahu wa ta'aalaa- sent Islam little by little according to the needs and understanding of humans in different ages. for example, in Adam's time, people did not know what is trade, they did not know war and what is cheating and gambling. they did not know what is idol worship. it is pointless to tell them do not cheat, do not gamble and do not worship idols. it is also pointless to tell them how to make war and how to make peace. but later in the history of human civilization, people developed and learned many things, therefore the God sent messengers and prophets to teach people regarding the thing they learned. each time, the God only teaches us what we need to know. it is like a parent teaching their little kid. they are not going to teach him all in the first day. they start by teaching him simple things and then, when he learns more, they teach him complicated things.

in prophet Mohammed's time -sallallaahu alaihi ea sallam-, human civilization reached maturity. and there would be no new needs to be taught regarding the divine law, so the God finalized the religion and completed it with his final messenger. and from that time until the end of the world, there is no need for new teachings and new revelations until the end of time. that's why the God promised to preserve his book.
And Allah knows best.

I hope this answers your question.
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Amikazi Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Salam, Jazaakallaahu khayran! That really did answer my question. Thanks so much, everyday my faith gets stronger when I read some of your articles and see your art. :D
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012
whenever you learn something new, remember to say "Alhamdulillaah" and ask Allah for more "Allaahumma zidnee 'ilman".
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Amikazi Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you brother, Allaahumma zidnee ilman.
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After--Life Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Student Digital Artist
If you don't mind, I'll answer that for you. =)

The answer is simple.

Allah (swt) only revealed certain instructions to a specific group of people for a short time.

Like the Gospel and Torah. Allah (swt) revealed these books to Jesus (as) and Moses (as) for a certain time period, and he also sent many other books in the past to previous prophets, but they were not meant forever. They were only meant to last for a little while to build up faith of the humans.

This is how it works.

If a child wants to grow up to be a doctor, are you immediately doing to put them in a medical college? Of course not. =P

You will take the child to a normal school and get some basic education, and then move on to high school and focus on classes related to becoming a doctor. Then you will go to college/university and take courses regarding the medical field. Then you will get a job around the medical field to become experienced with the doctors, then one day, InSha'Allah, you will become a new doctor, and over time, as you continue to work, you gain more experience and strength within your knowledge of treating other people.

This is how Allah (swt) created the guidance.

He created this just like the schooling system today. The easy and simple stuff first, then as you grow older, the harder it progresses.

Allah (swt) did this in the form of PROPHETS and BOOKS.

The PROPHETS preached the message of God slowly to the various tribes to give them an 'idea' of who God is.

If Allah (swt) immediately sent down Muhammad (saw) as the first prophet in this world, and preached that there is "One Invisible Creator", everyone will think he is mad and they will get confused and not get anything he is saying! =D

So first Allah (swt) sent down prophet Adam (as) to preach to the humans that were living at that time. Then slowly, more and more prophets came, slowly, around the entire Earth.

According to Muhammad (saw), 124,000 prophets have appeared, and the Qur'an states that no place on Earth did NOT have a prophet visit there.

So these prophets' jobs were to preach the message of ONE God, and they did that, and slowly over time, the message was becoming clearer and clearer.

Of course, people have deviated, and that was their choice.

The mission of these prophets were not for the whole world, but for a limited time.

Then finally, the final law-bearing prophet, the last Rasool, Muhammad (saw) was sent down and became the Seal of the Prophets, and he WAS meant for mankind, and he PERFECTED the religion of Islam by the help of Allah Almighty. ALL the previous prophets' messages were ALL combined into one, in the Qur'an.

So that all the knowledge of God that remained in the world from the previous prophets before Rasool Allah (saw), it will be EASIER for them to accept the final message.

If you want to know about the future, just PM me.

I hope I answered your question, Jazak'Allah. =)
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Amikazi Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Jazaakallaahu khayran brother. You definitely helped answer my question and I agree with you. Thanks so much :D
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After--Life Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Student Digital Artist
You are very welcome brother! ^__^
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Amikazi Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
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Vienix Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist

Nice work as usual
and I'm gonna repeat myself until you notice me ; P
Save your nicely drawn artworks in the highest quality!!
sincerely.
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
I already noticed.
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Galatea-DNegro Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Congratulation on this work!
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mohamedfreezer Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
al slamo alykom wa rahmato ALLAHE wa brakatoh

MASHALLAH MASHALLAH MASHALLAH

very very very beautiful my big bro

may ALLAH give you a loot of thawab

INSHALLAH


than k you very .......... much for the hardest work my big bro

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faithandmusic Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
What is evidence for God then? Because you're right, the search for God has left my mind and my heart unsure, but that's hardly my fault. If there was evidence for his existence I would have found it or he would have shown me, but neither of these things have happened. Now that I stopped looking for God and accepted that there is no God my heart and mind do feel satisfied and I'm a happier person. If God existed He would have put more evidence for that on earth than just a few contradicting ancient holy books. And saying the Qur'an or the Bible or the Torah or whatever holy book says that God exists isn't proof or evidence of His existence at all. I can write a book saying unicorns and fairies exist because I saw them and whoever doesn't believe me is wrong. Is that evidence for the existence of unicorns and fairies? No! No one believes in unicorns but you can't proof they don't exist. The burden of proof is on the person who says something exists and not on the person who says something doesn't exist. God hasn't shown Himself to me even though I believed in Him strongly for years. If He doesn't even gives proof to me that He exists, well...
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
You did read that this is the first in a series of articles. and there are more to come... or perhaps you didn't care to read at all.

If there was evidence for his existence I would have found it or he would have shown me, but neither of these things have happened.
because you didn't search enough.

If God existed He would have put more evidence for that on earth than just a few contradicting ancient holy books.
have you read the Qur'an?

And saying the Qur'an or the Bible or the Torah or whatever holy book says that God exists isn't proof or evidence of His existence at all.
The evidence is not the fact that these books tell there is a God. from an Islamic perspective, the evidence is in the inimitable miraculous nature of the Qur'an which surpasses human intellect and human abilities.

I pray May Allah guide you to find the truth and save you from the darkness.
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faithandmusic Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
Why do you just assume I'm offended by what you've written? As I clearly stated, I searched and searched for God, but couldn't find him nor did he reveal himself to me, but all you say is just "You didn't search enough." How would you even know? And how much do you have to search for a God who's not hiding himself from us human beings? Or is he hiding? I don't know! And how does the Qur'an surpass human knowledge? Are you saying there's stuff written in their that we couldn't possibly know ourselves? I would like to know what that is. Just to let you know, I'm not offended by your faith or anything, but now I'm offended that you just assumed that. Anyway, again, if you have any objective evidence for God, please, please show it to me. That's all I was saying. I'm waiting for a reasonable answer. Thank you.
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
Why do you just assume I'm offended by what you've written?
Because you are not the first atheist who comes to say the exact same thing whenever I talk about my God. Or do you expect that each time I talk about the God, I must prove his existence?
My friend, This article here is supposed to be an introduction to a series of articles. not to prove God's existence, but to provide answers -from the Qur'an- to certain questions pertaining to our existence. This is all stated above. you could, for example, wait and read my whole articles and then ponder and ask if you have questions. you could benefit a lot.

As I clearly stated, I searched and searched for God, but couldn't find him nor did he reveal himself to me
How do you expect him to reveal himself to you?
He didn't reveal himself to me. He didn't reveal himself to any human. nobody saw the God. but he reveals signs that point to him. if you look with an open mind, you can recognize the signs.

but all you say is just "You didn't search enough." How would you even know?
because I found him.
if I were to go to the beach with you to collect some shells, and you return empty handed while I return with many beautiful ones, then it means you didn't search enough. sometimes, we start our search with prior wrong thoughts and opinions that may affect our quest for knowledge negatively.

And how much do you have to search for a God who's not hiding himself from us human beings?
sometimes, something is right near you while you look for it very far. the signs of the God are everywhere. someone has to first humble themselves and have pure intention to seek the God, they have to get rid of all prior thoughts and ask for guidance from the God with humility and they will see the signs clearly.

And how does the Qur'an surpass human knowledge? Are you saying there's stuff written in their that we couldn't possibly know ourselves?
Although that is true. but that was NOT what I said. What I said is that the Qur'an is miraculous in the fact that it claims that nobody could make something similar and up to day, nobody could make something similar. if you want, I can explain this point further.

Anyway, again, if you have any objective evidence for God, please, please show it to me. That's all I was saying. I'm waiting for a reasonable answer. Thank you.
sure. stay around. I dealt with this topic a little in some of my articles and I am already planning to deal with it more in my future articles. they may benefit you, in sha'Allah [God willing].

my friend, you made the statement "If God existed He would have put more evidence for that on earth than just a few contradicting ancient holy books." and I asked "have you read the Qur'an?" and you did not reply. do I take it that you didn't have a chance to read it yet?

peace
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faithandmusic Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
You're right I haven't read the Qur'an yet, but I will. But I still don't get why the Qur'an should be anymore or less ispired by God than say the Bible or the Torah. They're unique and nobody could make anything similar.

"What I said is that the Qur'an is miraculous in the fact that it claims that nobody could make something similar and up to day, nobody could make something similar."

No one could have made anything similar to the Bible, doesn't mean the Bible is true. I must admit, I don't get your point here.

I'm still offended by you just stating that I haven't searched enough for God. Maybe I don't want to search anymore for a God who's hiding Himself and evidence of His existence from me. Why would he even do that, if He wants us to know Him.
I can't do more searching than I've already done and if that's not good enough for Him, well then I'm sorry.

"Or do you expect that each time I talk about the God, I must prove his existence?"

Of course I expect that, otherwise you might as well be talking about a pink unicorn that doesn't exist. Everyone who talks about God should be able to proof His existence. Why not?
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uzamki18 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Firstly can i just say sister or brother in humanity you really have touched my heart you really sound like you want god to exsit but with absolute proof right you sound like you will disagree with anything unscientific or ilogical because you are not a misguided person that will believe something that is just written right? but you are a questioner that wants a better answer than islam is the right religoun well then please can i try my best to prove it because you sound like you want gos to exist if i am wrong sorry
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faithandmusic Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
That is exactly right! But I don't WANT God to exist, I believe it if He exists, but only with proof and evidence as you said, that is absolutely correct! And yes, if it is unscientific or even illogical, which is even worse, I will not believe in God. It's got to be logical evidence, not something anybody could have made up hundreds of years ago. That's absolutely right! I'm looking forward to your proofs!
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uzamki18 Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
Okay i will try my best cause their are many ways that people will become muslim like their was a woman that was well dressed lets say inaprropriae so she was in a lift with a sheik like a preist but muslim anyway they where in their together for very long and he was lowering his gaza i.e. not looking at her so just got annoyed and try to get his attention by stamping or making nosie he still never looked when he left to his floor the woman followed and sayed that she was deeply ofended te sheik said why? sh aid you id not look me this woman throught her life had to look good and pretty to get litteraly a lot of things and she tried a long time fixing herself so the sheik said i am respecting you because islam presecribed it she was so surprised that she wanted his phone number than soon after she became muslim this is just oe example i know its long but just wanted to say because your are a questioner that wants questions untill she/he is satisfed this is fine and accutally better because you are using your bleesed brain lol no offence i am not saying that other people are lol okay first this will be too lon if we post in this location do you want to message me instead or are you fine here
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After--Life Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Step outside, look at the sky, and smell the air.

Look at the plants, the grass, the trees.

Look at the clouds, the sun, the moon, the stars.

Everything in this world, created in harmony.

Everything, in some way, correlates with each other.

Every human, almost every animal, sleep at night when it is dark, when the Earth is turned away from the sun. But yet, the moon is there that reflects light from the sun back to Earth, so that light will remain and we will not be on total darkness.

Not only about darkness, but without the moon, the tide of the sea will become inconsistent, there will be floods and disasters.

And then the sun.

Without the sun, on Earth, there will be absolutely no life.

The sun gives energy to plants, and the plants and trees go through a process called photosynthesis, and these plants make sugar, and oxygen.

The sugar is eaten by the animals so they can get energy. The oxygen is inhaled by mammals and other living creatures that roam the Earth, like humans. Without the oxygen, we will die within minutes.

And similarly, when we inhale the oxygen, we exhale carbon dioxide, and the plants and trees NEED the carbon dioxide, they need to breath in the CO2 so they can produce sugar and oxygen for us.

It is a cycle that repeats itself.

And then there is water.

Both, the plants, and the creatures, need water to survive.

Without water, life simply will cease to exist.

Plants need water to produce their riches, where does the water come from?

The clouds, the rain, the precipitation. Without rain, all vegetation will cease to exist, and without vegetation, there is no food for the creatures that live on this Earth. The cycle will be destroyed.

This is a cycle, that repeats itself.

And looking at the Earth itself, a perfect distance between the sun.

The Earth, compared with the other planets, where life ceases to exist, let this be a sign, that this was intended.

And the Earth, with its companion, the moon, and its star, the sun, in a never ending cycle.

Without the sun or the moon, the creatures on Earth, the humans, the intelligent humans, that were given a brain, a mind, to think, will be UNABLE to tell time.

Without looking at the stars and the solar masses in this universe, it will be impossible to calculate time. It was all created for a purpose.

Everything, every sight, every smell, every taste.

All was intended, all was created by an intelligent creator.

This creator, that we call, Almighty God.

The one who was behind all that exists. The creator of the creation. And him, himself, who was not created by anyone. The God exists outside of the boundaries of TIME. The God, exists OUTSIDE the boundaries of limitations.

The all powerful, all supreme being that controls and watches the little world that he created, functioning in its intended cycle, as he planned it, as he decreed it.

God exists, certainly. Without God, without an intelligent creator running this universe, how would we all be able to exist?

A dropping of a bird's poop on my car, is evidence, that a bird flew above my house and used the bathroom.

A footprint on the ground by a shoe, is evidence, that a human has walked here before.

A perfect universe, functioning in a flawless, infallible cycle, an intelligent creation, a magnificent program, is evidence, that a creator was here.

And if an object can be intelligent, the creator of that object certainly has to be higher in intelligence.

Similarly, on the scale of this universe, a very intelligent world, that seems to be functioning on its own...surely, the creator is the mastermind behind it.
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AKPXDestroyer Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm sorry if you're offended by the description. I'm not like one of those people who wants to argue just to say who win. I'm cool if you don't believe in God. :) I mean, what else am I gonna do? Argue even though no one is gonna admit that someone is wrong? No, I'm fine if you don't believe Him. :)
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
there is nothing offensive in my description.
Atheists like to nitpick whenever the God is mentioned.
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zmote Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Student Digital Artist
S.a. brother Nayzak,

I just wanted to say that image-wise your works have become stale, meaning it seems like the same thing over and over again. Maybe you want to work on more complex images, that tell a deeper story?

Just sayin'

vesselam.
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Nayzak Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
you mean something that will take more time to finish? lol
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zmote Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012  Student Digital Artist
yeah probably, but it will also draw more attention. ^^
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