Godless universe?

Maulana Wahiduddin Khan | Soulveda

Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), the founder of modern science, studied the laws of physics and predicted in 1704, that the modern world would come to an end in 2060. On the basis of this observation, scientists all over the world are saying that as a result of global warming, the end of the world has become certain. The further development of civilization is no longer possible.

In his book, The Future Shock, published in 1970, Alvin Toffler wrote that now the world had passed through the industrial age and was entering the super-industrial age. The next stage of civilization would be a stage of complete automation. Push-button culture would progress to the extent that everything would be done automatically. But the problem of global warming has brought the message not of the consummation of history but of the end of history. This turn of events is undoubtedly the most crucial issue of today. A satisfactory answer to the questions it raises is to be found only in the concept of the universe with God. Without this concept, it is just not possible to find a satisfactory explanation for this phenomenon.

This event is an argument in favour of the concept of the universe with God; an argument which fully satisfies reason and logic.

Such examples clearly prove that the concept of a Godless universe has a very serious logical flaw. Such a concept would lead us to believe that our perfectly meaningful universe will come to a totally meaningless end.

On the other hand, the concept of the universe with God is totally free of this flaw. It is only when we believe in the concept of the universe with God that we can believe that this meaningful universe will culminate in a meaningful future.

Therefore we can say that: The option that we have is not between a universe with God and a universe without God. The only option we have is between a universe with God and no universe at all.