The actual Beginners’ Self-help guide to Taking part in

All the conditions at the beginning of the Big Bang, the formation of particles such as protons and neutrons thanks to these conditions, the transformation of these particles into atoms such as helium and carbon, the transformation of these atoms into amino acids, amino acids into cells, and cells into organs such as the heart and brain are all consciously. show the design. This perspective of the universe requires that we eliminate all coincidences from the universe. One of the biggest mistakes that man makes in his view of the universe and himself is that he can imagine that the universe or himself is the work of chance. This point of view leads to the view of the universe and our own being without purpose, even the road to nihilism originates from this point of view. If we understand that nothing happened by chance in the universe, we understand that our own existence also has a purpose. This purpose undoubtedly stems from the goals of the universe and our Creator. Being aware of this will have important consequences both in terms of morality and will enable us to know that life is meaningful.

In addition, if we completely remove the logic of chance from our minds, all the products of humanity will be known from the beginning of the universe. Take television, for example. Television has existed from the very beginning of the universe with the raw materials used in its production. The high temperature explosion at the beginning of the universe produced subatomic particles, and later the processes inside the stars and the stages experienced on our Earth made the existence of television possible. Scientific laws, such as the laws that enable air to transmit sounds and images, and the laws of electricity, were also created from the very beginning of the universe. So everything from the raw materials that make up television to the laws was potentially created at the start of the Big Bang. In short, God who created this beginning is of course aware of all the potentials that this beginning carries.

That is to say, all the discoveries of mankind, such as television, are present in God’s knowledge from the very beginning. If we understand that there is no place for chance in the Universe, we will understand that every single object, every work of art, every scientific invention, all living and non-living nature is present in God’s knowledge (plan) from the outset. It is understood that if we eliminate coincidences from the universe, we begin to view all the inventions and artistic works of humanity as “discovering the potentials God has put into the universe”. The coincidental point of view, like a thick black sack on one’s head, obstructs sight and hearing.

The ontological argument, which is one of the methods of proving the existence of God, is different in structure from the evidences we have covered throughout this book. With this proof, it is claimed that there is a concept of God in every human being from birth, and this is accepted as the proof of the existence of God. In addition, by examining the concepts of “existence” and “perfection”, it is important to justify the existence of God in terms of ontological evidence. Philosophers such as Anselm, Ibni Sina and Descartes defended this argument in different forms.

The ontological argument is taken separately from the cosmological evidence that suggests that the universe came into existence from nothing, and the teleological evidence that processes the purpose, order, grace and design in the universe. I believe that ontological evidence has an important connection with design evidence (teleological evidence). This link is particularly important for some formulations of ontological evidence. Let’s summarize Descartes’ formulation of ontological evidence and try to understand this:

It is understood here that the first item is the critical substance. Descartes tries to show the veracity of this item with lengthy statements. According to Descartes, just as an artist put his name or brand on a work, God put the evidence of his existence in the human mind.

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