Ahh I see you want to get technical. Although I do not profess to be a teacher I can do technical, and I believe quite well but if you dont follow then there is considerable peer reviewed scientific documentation on http://scholar.google.co.uk/<quoted text>
didnt you start from nothing ?! why is it that impossible to be brought again from nothing ?
OK I started with nothing (and still have most of it left) is a saying, a humorous comment and an album title by a rather quirky American musician (and ex hobo/tramp/whatever)
Now for a bit of technical.
At its most basic, I started with the (reused) matter (in the form of atoms) and chemical reaction that created the foetus that was me. I have since acquired more matter so in that sense I have considerably more than I started with, therefor that the saying is incorrect.
Those atoms that comprise of that matter have been in existence since soon after the beginning of this universe. Here is a quick (10 pages with pretty pictures), light reading for the hard of understanding paper from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology that explains the development of atoms http://www.haystack.mit.edu/edu/pcr/Astrochem...
Following on from that, the atoms of my body were once part of a sun, they were made in a sun, by a sun, a sun that no longer exists. Some of the lighter atoms created by the life of the sun and the heavier ones by the death of the sun.
Atoms can combine to make molecules and from there build RNA and form cells. It is that RNA and cells that make your being, your humanity, your thought, your life and after you die they decay, they rot, the molecular structure breaks down, the you that is you dies as they return to the more basic constituents.
However the matter that makes you cannot end, cannot be created or destroyed but can only be changed. Therefore at some time in the future that matter may form part of another life or perhaps dust that will go to the formation of rocks or water or the fluff in someones belly button. Or maybe even, in a few billion years be involved in making a third generation sun shine brightly and bring new life on a new solar system.
Those atoms, although currently a part of you can in only the tiniest fraction of a fraction of cosmic time be said to be you, they have no memory of you or sense of you. No matter what atoms make the you that is you, at sometime in the future those atoms will form part of an infinitely expanding dust cloud as our universe cools to its own death.
Once you die the essence of you is for all intents and purposes dead
Wassup, does it not tell you this in the quran, it is scientific fact after all.
Or is it just easier to think allah did it with jew magic?