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How can you prove the existence of hereafter ie life after death ?

Asked by jameel ahmed, 12 Jun '09 07:36 pm
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1. Belief in the hereafter is not based on blind faith?

Many people wonder as to how a person with a scientific and logical temperament, can lend any credence to the belief of life after death. People assume that anyone believing in the hereafter is doing so on the basis of blind belief.

My belief in the hereafter is based on a logical argument.

2. Hereafter a logical belief

There are more than a thousand verses in the Glorious Quran, containing scientific facts (refer my book "Quran and Modern Science-Compatible or Incompatible?"). Many facts mentioned in the Quran have been discovered in the last few centuries. But science has not advanced to a level where it can confirm every statement of the Quran.

Suppose 80% of all that is mentioned in the Quran has been proved 100% correct. About the remaining 20%, science makes no categorical statement, since it has not advanced to a level, where it can either prove or disprove these statements. With the limited knowledge t ...more
Answered by funda, 13 Jun '09 10:16 am

 
  
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The explanation given on Logical basis by Dr.Zakr Naik satisfies me and I furnish the same as answer to your questio."There are more than a thousand verses in the Glorious Quran, containing scientific facts (refer my book "Quran and Modern Science-Compatible or Incompatible?"). Many facts mentioned in the Quran have been discovered in the last few centuries. But science has not advanced to a level where it can confirm every statement of the Quran.
Suppose 80% of all that is mentioned in the Quran has been proved 100% correct. About the remaining 20%, science makes no categorical statement, since it has not advanced to a level, where it can either prove or disprove these statements. With the limited knowledge that we have, we cannot say for sure whether even a single percentage or a single verse of the Quran from this 20% portion is wrong. Thus when 80% of the Quran is 100% correct and the remaining 20% is not disproved, logic says that even the 20% portion is correct. The existence o ...more
Answered by iqbal ahmed, 13 Jun '09 01:01 pm

 
  
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How can i prove who are my parents.Only parents were told me they are...
So like wise one lakh twenty four thousnds messengers og GodAllah came and the lat messengers was Mohammad(pbuh) with miracle of miracles book the Quran told that the existennce of life after death.....
Answered by yusuf syed, 13 Jun '09 01:17 am

 
  
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Sorry, idont beleive in life after death. so how can justify ?????
Answered by iqbal seth, 12 Jun '09 07:37 pm

 
  
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Dear Brother Jameel
It pointed out that life is full of injustices, but our Creator is fair and just and He establishes justice not in this life, but in the afterlife. However, justice cannot be established without four thingsa court (i.e., the Day of Judgment); a judge (i.e., the Creator); witnesses (i.e., men and women, angels, elements of creation); and a book of laws upon which to judge (i.e., revelation). Now, how can our Creator establish justice if He did not hold humankind to certain laws during their lives? It's not possible. In that scenario, instead of justice, God would be dealing out injustice, for He would be punishing people for transgressions they had no way of knowing were crimes.

Why else do we need revelation? To begin with, without guidance mankind cannot even agree on social and economic issues, politics, laws, etc. So how can we ever agree on God? Secondly, nobody writes the user manual better than the one who made the product. God is the Creator, we are crea ...more
Answered by trueway, 13 Jun '09 11:12 am

 
  
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Proof is the benchmark of science, not spirituality or mystics or even religion ! Still logic and reason goes on to show that chances of life extending beyond the fall of body is greater than it not doing so ! ( i can explain if u ask ) !
Answered by Shunmugham, 13 Jun '09 01:26 pm

 
  
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Can you prove the day of judgement???.....I hope answer is clear.
Answered by Daredevils, 12 Jun '09 08:48 pm

 
  
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Absence of proof cant be taken as proof of absence. There is a very good book on the subject. The title is " Many Lives Many Masters" by Dr Brian Weiss. He is a qualified phycologist and has written this book after extensive research on the subject. Anyone interested in this subject should not miss this book. And, Jameelda, do you believe in past life regression?
Answered by Ritujit Hazarika, 12 Jun '09 07:47 pm

 
  
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It's natures secret. No one knows about it
Answered by praveen s, 12 Jun '09 07:41 pm

 
  
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No need to prove , just live your life lively
Answered by Anand Agarwal, 12 Jun '09 07:38 pm

 
  
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