Proving Allâhu Ta'âlâ's Existence

We do not see Allâhu ta'âlâ. But all the time wherever we look we see His work, His creation. Whatever we see, for example, the sun, the moon, the stars, mountains, stones, human beings, animals, trees, day and night, summer and winter, the creator of all these things is undoubtedly Allâhu ta'âlâ. For no other creature, nor even the most intelligent group of men, could ever create any of His magnificent creatures — not even an ant! Was Pasteur able to create a microbe? Was Edison able to invent a light equivalent to sunlight? Was Galileo able to change the order of the earth's revolution around the sun? Who is the creator of the human brain, which invented the radio and enabled men to fly in the skies and travel beneath the sea?
To deny this grand existence, one must be either an idiot, deeply ignorant or the victim of a dense stubbornness. Some qualify creation as Nature. There are some who deny Allâhu ta'âlâ's existence by saying that the great universes in space, the visible creations of the world, the earth's rotation, day and night, the four seasons and all things are the result of the forces of nature and natural laws. These people should be asked: Is there not a master over this creation?
We believe that any of the trivial things made by man must be accepted as the product of human will and intelligence. Therefore, is it possible for this immense creation to have created itself? Could an unconscious and dull nature create the order and equilibrium between all that we see before us? Is it possible for a normal mind or even a naive thinker to accept such words from unbelievers?