I didn't claim to the the only person who is right. I've stated my position and have supported it with scientific evidence aswell as logical arguments. If you guys don't understand science or accept logical reasoning then those are your issues.
No, you have not supported your claim with any scientific evidence, and you have not make a logical arguments about Islamic God. In fact, you refused to talk about it. You even claimed that we might know the scripture better because some of us can read Arabic!
What is your scientific evidence of geocentrism? Your "feelings"? The earth feels flat? That is your evidence?
ABSENCE OF EVIDENCE is not evidence of GEOCENTRISM.
I've challenged you guys on the science but you guys either fail to engage in the science experiements and would rather waste time talking nonsense about ow I fail to understand science or you want to discuss my understanding of the Quran.
That was talking nonsense? You DID fail to understand science. How many evidence, papers published to support your scientific views again? None? Then why bother arguing that your position is true, if you can't even publish a single peer-reviewed papers? You want to steal the credits from people who *did* publish paper by twisting their words and meaning. That's not going to happen.
If you don't understand the Quran, then why argue that Islamic God is correct? If you think that talking about Quran is nonsense, why are you a muslim?
I don't believe in (your Islamic) God, but pantheism makes much more sense than creationism. You see where I'm getting at? Even if I did believe in God, I'd still think that your religion is wrong. You need proof that your religion+scripture are right.
How do you think the stars and planets formed? Was it from dust/tiny particles or maybe larger particles or maybe something else?
Even if we still didn't know about it, that is not any different from asking about things that we still know nothing of. There are a lot of things that we still don't know yet, like aliens life or 10000000 other things.
How is that a proof of your God again? How is that a proof that your geocentrism is true?
You keep asking for proofs of planets forming, what is the proofs for geocentrism again? Oh, the earth feels flat? How do you feel about the celestial bodies and their movement again? You feel them moving? Please, this is a joke.
Gods of the gaps argument makes no sense whatsoever. Even if we still don't know about it yet, doesn't mean that what a scripture says is right. You still need to produce the empirical proofs to claim that it's true.
So everything you are, everything that the universe is is a creation of God. I'll leave you to think about the above for now. If it makes sense the let me know and I'll move on.
There you are, babbling this and that without proofs. Again.
1) You claim that an all-powerful, all-knowing God exists.
2) And this God is apparently the Islamic God.
Literally anyone can make the same claim and create their own religion. Claiming something is true doesn't make it true.
OK I will attempt to explain the concept of God. Maybe it will make sense to you.
For some reason, Ted, you think that what you claimed is somewhat original or something. I thought you're going to have something awesome, but then you copy-pasted the nonsense every single preacher believes. Like, do you really think that we've never heard about something like that from the religious education we get? You still fail where they fail.
I guess that's why it's called the "concept" of God. It's just a concept