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.
Before arguing that God is attributed with speech, it is first important to understand what we mean by “speech”. Of particular importance, is the distinction between speech and the utterances which signify it. This article presents Imam Al-Razi's argument for this distinction.
Using the fact that realties cannot transform, to offer a proof for the ability of God to bring any possible essence into existence.
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.