Some say but Einstein didn’t and when it come to what Einstein said then I guess Einstein is the one who counts<quoted text>
although some say Einstien believed in a creator of the universe (not necessarily god of the bible), anyways if that proved anything it proves that the Bible was manipulated and changed or fabricated, and that's exactly what I was trying to tell you for the past 2 months. and in noway disprove the existence of a creator.
then why don't you take a very simple challenge from Allah in Quran
"O men! Here is a parable set forth! listen to it! Those on whom, besides Allah, ye call, cannot create (even) a fly, if they all met together for the purpose! and if the fly should snatch away anything from them, they would have no power to release it from the fly. Feeble are those who petition and those whom they petition! "
It was, of course, a lie what you read about my religious convictions, a lie which is being systematically repeated. I do not believe in a personal God and I have never denied this but have expressed it clearly. If something is in me which can be called religious then it is the unbounded admiration for the structure of the world so far as our science can reveal it.– Albert Einstein, 24 March 1954:
And I was telling you that the quran written hundreds of years after the babble and a thousand years after the Tanakh includes at least some of these manipulations, changes and fabrications plus it’s own unique set of special inventions and dreams.
I am not interested in 1400 years old garbage, there are irrelevant to today. Unless of course you can provide evidence to prove that any god created anything, yet alone a fly.
No I did not sat that, I said, words along the lines of I’ll stick with modern medicine and you go and pray for healing.
I am not blind or deaf, my parents are nor Muslim and I live in a country that at some times in the past has been socialist and hence we have a health care system that is free at source. A point of wonder and much pleasure to migrants to the UK and health tourists seeking for free treatment.
I do however have dyslexia (a disability) and as a child who could not read or write I was considered a moronic write off by good religious folks who really understood how to handle disability. I have overcome that difficulty with my own hard work and determination, much to the chagrin of their belief in the abrahmic god (your god). You can of course, with absolutely no evidence and absolutely no reason but blind faith give the credit to your god, not actually realising how you mentally demean the intellect of person you are debasing. Just one more of many reasons why I could not buy into your dreams of goddiit all wiv magic. Yet this is something else you could not understand.
WTF have you got to keep on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on and on about Muslim science and math? I know Muslims have in the past done a great deal in these fields as I have told you on several occasions. Some Muslims are even now at the forefront of science and particularly mathematics, not because they are Muslim but because they consider their vocation above their faith. That does not make fundamental Islam the be all and end all of scientific endeavour, it is not the Islamic faith holding back science it is fundamentalism of all faiths
So if not magic then how, example, according to genesis there was nothing and your god created something. HOW? WHAT WITH? WHER DID HE STAND? Nothing remember… You always seem to forget these points when having a go at the science of the creation of the universe, conveniently forgetting that the same conditions must be default apply to any creator as applied to any quantum effect.
You will of course completely ignore that logic of that and without question stick to your claim that god done it because that what you believe..