In an age of scientific advancement, people have been led to chase an intellectual mirage—an illusion constructed by the atmospheric conditions of an incoherent philosophy and false assumptions about reality. This mirage is the denial of the Divine. It is the result of an existential thirst that can only be quenched by the Islamic intellectual and spiritual tradition. The Divine Reality: God, Islam & The Mirage of Atheism
is not just a book about atheism. It is the first book in the English language to address universal and Islamic arguments for God's existence, oneness and worship, while thoroughly addressing popular and academic objections. The book also provides a compelling case for the Quran as Divine revelation and a persuasive argument for why the Prophet Muhammad is the final messenger of God.
Do hope, happiness, and human value make sense without the Divine? Can we have consciousness and rational minds without God? Is God's existence necessary? Has scientific progress led to the denial of God? Did the universe come from nothing? Does God explain our sense of morality? Can there be more than one creator? Was the universe the product of chance or design? Does evil and suffering negate Divine mercy? Can we prove revelation and Prophethood? Why does God deserve our worship? To find out how the Islamic intellectual and spiritual tradition answers these questions and more—as well as responses to key objections—then this is the book for you.