Comment 97417

By A caller (anonymous) | Posted February 06, 2014 at 13:41:34 in reply to Comment 97415

Actually, you are the one making the a priori assumption here, which is that those who believe God made the sun didn't come to that conclusion based on questioning.

Let me ask you, who did make the sun? If you say, as you will, that it wasn't made per se, but formed over x amount of years following the big bang, then you must still believe in the impossibility that something can come from nothing (e.g. God).

And if you believe that, then clearly you're not any more rationale than me.

In any case, the only guidance we've been given is God's guidance. The question is, are we open to receiving it? It seems people have too many assumptions. We need to empty those out if we are to better understand each other.

Mine is only sincere advice to myself and you.

"...He is the Beneficent. In Him we believe and in Him we put our trust. And you will soon know who it is that is in error manifest. Say: Have you considered, If your water were to disappear into the earth, who then could bring you gushing water?" (Qur'an 67: 29-30)

Peace.

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