Proofs from the Holy Quran of the Existence of God — A Summary of Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s Arguments
Edited and translated by Imam Kalamazad Mohammed
There is a logical and coherent system operating in the management of the world. For example, the sun gives light and thereby the crops are ripened; the moon also works as a lantern in the night; water quenches thirst, etc. In short, all things in nature serve to benefit man and from this we can make three inferences:
- Firstly, it can be said that all this happens by chance, but this is clearly erroneous, for if that were so, that would mean that sometimes things will happen and sometimes not.
- Secondly, we may conclude that everything in the world works at its own discretion and volition. That will mean, however, that we will be forced to accept that there is a plurality of gods instead of One.
- The third way to explain this harmonious system is to concede that these things do not happen by chance or by self-volition, but instead, everything in nature operates under the guidance of a powerful Sovereign.