Islamic ideology answers all questions

One of the most global laws ruling the world is the law of causality. According to this law, any phenomenon has its own special cause, without which it does not arise. Man’s conviction in this law is so great that he tries to find a reason for every phenomenon, without exception, while rejecting the randomness of its occurrence. Scientists sometimes spend many years of their lives in order to find the cause of some phenomenon and in this exhausting search they do not doubt for a moment the existence of the cause of this phenomenon. Because this category of scientists is convinced that even if they cannot find such a cause, nevertheless it (the cause) exists, and future generations will certainly find it. This is precisely the meaning of preserving science!

Based on the conviction of this global law, even children try to find its cause when every insignificant phenomenon occurs.” It happened that when a person for any phenomenon that occurs in this world looks for the cause of its occurrence, how can he not put the question about the causes of the world of being itself? That is when the question arises before man about the “Creator of the world”, that is, the question about who is the cause and creator of the world with such an amazing system and with such impressive entities?

Thus, the problem of “God” faced humanity from the dawn of creation to the present day, prompting it to seek and ponder. Therefore, asking the question about God is absolutely natural, innate and rational for a person. That is, the mind and innate nature of a person, which does not take any, even the smallest phenomenon without a reason, cannot but ask questions about the beginning and principles of this huge world of existence. Therefore, the search for a rational justification of God is embedded in human nature. Those who believe that raising the question about God before man is the result of some fear or ignorance or poverty, etc., in fact, these people believe in advance, as it were, that this problem is devoid of an innate and rational premise and therefore try to find other arguments . If some problem has a rational premise, then, without a doubt, it would be wrong to attribute psychological motives to it, such as fear, ignorance, etc. Despite the fact that the reasons for the appearance of the thought of God for a person are considered to be innate and rational properties of him, however, no problem can be compared to it in terms of importance. Since this problem covers the whole life of a person, affecting his thinking system. It is a question of whether the world has its Creator? If the answer is positive, then what is the purpose of the Creator in creating the world and man? Next, what is our duty to Him? What is our purpose in life? What awaits us in the afterlife? Do we have a path to His knowledge? Is our mind capable of comprehending Him? Will we be able to achieve a happy life in this world and the hereafter without Him? What role does God play in our material and spiritual life? … As you know, these and dozens of similar questions are of primary importance in the life of any thinking person. Therefore, it can be said that a person’s worldview is based on what position he takes in relation to God? Belief in God requires a special way of life, fundamentally different from the way of life of a person who denies the existence of God.

Therefore, every person who wants to build his life on the basis of awareness, foresight and objectivity should think deeply about this topic and, gaining the necessary knowledge, determine his position regarding this problem. For this reason, most thinkers and outstanding personalities of the world considered the problem of “God” to be the most important. Islamic ideology solves all problems and answers all questions.

Muhammad Ali Sadat