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PostSubject: The Objective Reasoning and The Convincing Islam   Sun Jul 10, 2011 1:57 am

The Objective Reasoning and The Convincing Islam

Muhammad, the prophet of Islam followed the footsteps of earlier
prophets like Abraham, Moses, Jacob and Jesus. He was a descendant of
Abraham, and the core principles of Islam are those taught by all
prophets from Noah to Jesus. All prophets before Muhammad focused on a
particular nation or residence, however, because Muhammad’s message was
the final call from God, he was sent to the all mankind. Human beings
are all created and meant for one and only one reason, to worship God.
The collective mental and spiritual ability of all humans cannot
construct a single conclusive approach to understand and praise God, as
each one of our senses has its limitations and boundaries, their
combined efforts will also have impassable circumference. There we need
above human guidance and its here that we get prophets who themselves
receive revelations from God.
defenders of Islam even against the Arabs who brought it in the first place!
Indeed the great scholars of Islam were mainly from non-Arab Muslims who used to
travel from India, central Asia and Spain to Mecca and Medina to teach the Arabs
about Islam!

A message brought by an illiterate prophet, Muhammad, got the
biggest share of audience in the market of theologies and beliefs and now
convinces 1.3 billion people around the world.

The prevailing atheist believe of our time which avoids to mention
the word “God” in any stage of our life is the result of bewilderment in an
array of manly philosophies that tried to find an answer to the reason of our
existence through presumption and analogy. The conflict between the religious
men and the scientists in Europe few centuries ago made the scientists seek
guidance in the theological ideas of philosophers, when the contradicting
philosophical ideas seemed inconceivable, they turned back to their
laboratories, looked in the scientific experiments, through microscopes,
telescopes and hypothesis and when they could not see, smell, hear or touch any
god, heaven or hell, their answer was clear… there was no god. This atheist
attitude justified some scientists to formulate answers for any question arising
from the nature or space and it is always taken as new “Scientific theory” as
long as it doesn’t mention God. But where are the limitations of our senses? Do
we have to have an answer for every question? Do we have to understand every
event or object in the space?

There was a time when witchcrafts had the answers for everything
in the life and space through astrology and palm reading, now scientists have
every answer through their theories and microscopes.

When our comprehension comes to its boundary, we can only get
further by following the prophets. Contrary to the scientists and astrologists
who mainly convince particular groups of society, the richness and simplicity of
prophetic knowledge appeals to people from all walks of life, That is why
prophets have diverse followers in terms of intellect, age, colour, skill,
literacy, et
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