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Ust Think About the Things You See From the Moment

Ust Think About the Things You See From the Moment

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Published by: rashid on Nov 30, 2009
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ust think about the things you see from the moment you wake up in the morning...Spend some time to consider, and it will no doubt occur to you that each of thesethings was designed for a special purpose. No one would say that it was a matter of chance that everything was where it should be when you arose up in the morning.What about the people you see walking along the street? Or the trees you pass by, the dog that runs out in front of you, the flowers on your table, the sky aboveyou? Could their existence be by chance, do you think? It would be nonsense to even consider this possibility! Everything surrounding you,animate and inanimate alike, is too wonderful and complex to be compared with man-made items or ever to be ascribed to the operations of chance. Each is an example of aconscious creation, requiring consummate intelligence and skill. But today, there are people who cannot see this clear reality. Or rather they see it, butpretend not to. They claim that everything in the universe, animate and inanimate, is allthe work of blind chance. These people, known as Materialist-Darwinists, maintain thecontradictory idea that chance occurrences can display supreme intelligence; and that thesum total of millions of chance events, occurring in sequence, can show creative power.According to Materialist-Darwinists, time is the only thing that chance needs to bringabout such extraordinary events. This book examines the irrationality of those who have entered the blind alley of chance,ignoring the wondrous design that surrounds them as well as the proofs of creation, anddenying the evident existence of God Who created them and the universe they live in.
he author, who writes under the pen-name Harun Yahya, wasborn in Ankara in 1956. He studied arts at Istanbul's Mimar Sinan University, and philosophy at Istanbul University. Since the1980s, the author has published many books on political, faith-relatedand scientific issues. Greatly appreciated all around the world, theseworks have been instrumental in helping many to return their faith in Allah, and, in many others, to gain a deeper insight into their faith. Harun Yahya's books appeal to all kinds of readers, regardless of their age, race, or nationality, for they focus on one objective: to broadenthe readers' perspective by encouraging them to think about a number of critical issues, suchas the existence of Allah and His unity, and to live by the values He prescribed for them.
 In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merci

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