Harun Yahya


Scientists are continually amazed at the incomparable structures and systems they discover in nature—and they express their wonder by copying them to create new technologies for mankind's benefit. They've realized that those impeccable systems and extraordinary techniques that nature employs, far superior to their own knowledge and capabilities, offer incomparable solutions to existing problems. Accordingly, they're now resorting to natural designs in a great many areas where, after years of effort, they've been unable to come up with solutions. As a result, they've been able to produce successful results within very short spaces of time. Furthermore, by imitating nature, scientists have saved considerable terms of time and effort, and applied material resources far more effectively.

Recognizing the superior nature of natural designs, evolutionists are suffering yet another disappointment, another loss of hope. Once again, their unscientific claims that living things develop gradually, from the simple to the complex, and that the designs of living things came about through chance has been demonstrated to be untrue. Also, they've had to accept, albeit unwillingly, that the incomparable art that has so astonished them—that the knowledge and reason they so greatly admire—cannot be the work of chance, but only of our Almighty Creator.

It is God, the Lord of the worlds, Who creates the flawless and unmatched systems in all living things; He Who creates everything flawlessly. Those who refuse to accept this fact will suffer an irreparable sorrow on the Day of Judgment. In the Qur'an, God describes how such people waste their time in this world. The Qur'an describes in these terms the impeccable nature of our Lord's artistry:

He, Who created the seven heavens in layers. You will not find any flaw in the creation of the All-Merciful. Look again—do you see any gaps? Then look again and again.
Your sight will return to you dazzled and exhausted!
(Qur'an, 67:3-4)


They said "Glory be to You!
We have no knowledge except what
You have taught us.
You are the All-Knowing,
the All-Wise."
(Qur'an, 2: 32)


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