Using the fact that some bodies accept motion, to demonstrate that motion is a rational possibility for any other body; arguing for Tamathul Al-Ajsam.
The chief argument for the beginninglessness of the world presumes that effects necessarily exist if their cause does, and that God is the cause for the world, entailing the existence of the world so long as God does. This article presents Imam Al-Razi's response.
Defining time to help clear up some common misconceptions, and answer questions like: how is it meaningful to claim that something existed before the emergence of time? And, did any time exist before the emergence of the first event?
Using modern physics to support Burhan Huduth Al-Ajsam (the proof for the emergence of bodies). In particular, using it to prove that it is impossible for a body to have remained at rest since eternity past.
Discussing Burhan Al-Tatbiq for the impossibility of Tasalsul, and addressing the objections raised by those who champion Georg Cantor's transfinite set theory.