The Divine Reality: Islamic Theism & The Mirage of Atheism
Have you ever been challenged in regards to your religion? Have you ever had atheists come up to you and say: “Prove to me God exists”, “Why do you believe in God?”, ” How can you believe in an all knowing, all loving God when such grotesque evil and suffering exist in the world?”, “Why must we worship God?” If you have been challenged in this way then this is a course for you.
The Divine Reality course covers powerful intellectual arguments for Gods existence, it teaches you how to engage in da’wah on an intellectual level. The course empowers you to not only articulate arguments that prove God’s existence but provides insights and maps that will bring people back to the worship of their creator, thus fulfilling the purpose of their existence, as Allah says in the Qur’an “I did not create jinn and humans except to worship Me. ” (Q51:56)
This course will equip you with:
- A thorough understanding of atheism, philosophical naturalism, and related concepts.
- A comprehensive awareness of implications of life without God.
- The ability to prove God’s existence and oneness using various arguments from Qur’an and the Islamic tradition.
- Tools to understand the methodology and the limitations of science in relation to God and religion.
- Tools to help you dismantle the problem of evil and suffering.
- An understanding and methodology of da’wah that is focused on not simply winning arguments but bringing people back to the worship of their creator.
Hamza Andreas Tzortzis provides a compelling case for the rational and spiritual foundations of Islam, whilst intelligently and compassionately deconstructing atheism. He articulates powerful arguments for the existence of God, the Qur’an, the Prophethood of Muhammad and why we must know, love and worship God. He addresses academic and popular objections while showing how contemporary atheism is based on false assumptions about reality, which leads to incoherent answers to life’s important questions.
Imran Hussein is a student of Islamic thought, and is currently in the process of completing his MA in Islamic studies. His areas of specialism are nihilism, existentialism and atheism.