Some atheists argue that physicists have now scientific proof for the emergence of existents by nothing. This post will offer a brief response to this claim.
Distinguishing between "out of thing" and "by nothing" in order to alleviate a confusion that some atheists fall into when discussing the proofs for the existence of God.
In proving the existence of God, are we required to also prove that the whole world emerged into existence?
You claim that it is impossible for the world to be beginningless, because Tasalsul is impossible. But shouldn’t this then also mean that it is impossible for God to be beginningless?
The existence of God can be deduced by realising that the present is not preceded by an infinite number of past events. This necessitates a beginning to the series of all events, and the existence of a Creator to have brought those events into existence.