Tuesday, September 11, 2012

The Prophet Solomon (Pbuh) Understood The Ant's Language

As touched on in the previous section, evolutionists maintain the error that living things are the work of blind coincidence and random events. However, there is absolutely no proof to confirm this imaginary thesis. There is, however, a great deal of evidence to disprove their claims.
Consider the Qur'anic account of the Prophet Solomon (pbuh) and a female ant. According to the verses, he heard and understood the ant's words, as narrated in the following verses:
Then, when they reached the Valley of the Ants, an ant said, "Ants! Enter your dwellings so that Solomon and his troops do not crush you unwittingly." He smiled, laughing at its words, and said, "My Lord, keep me thankful for the blessing You have bestowed on me and on my parents, and keep me acting rightly, pleasing You. And admit me, by Your mercy, among Your righteous servants." (Surat an-Naml, 18-19)
As this verse makes clear, one ant addressed the others. Of course, it is out of the question for a creature supposedly "created" by chance to have a special communication system that allows it to address its own community or exhibit behavior indicative of reason and logic. A creature, whichcomes into being by Allah's will, displays conscious behavior in the manner and to the extent that Allah wills. It also is possible to communicate with such a creature, if Allah wills it.
Animals, which, according to the fictitious claim of the theory of evolution, are supposed to lack consciousness, in fact display evidence of considerable reason, as we have seen in these two examples. Maybe we cannot expect Darwinists to understand the extraordinary nature of this situation (We free from any imputation those who think sincerely and who follow the dictates of their consciences). However, those who say that they believe in Allah's existence and power really must think about such signs, for they once again disprove evolution. This, in turn, shows that evolution cannot be defended in any possible way.

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