Creation cannot exist without God

The word ‘creation’ means to bring something into existence. The
perfect art and design ranging from microorganisms to massive galaxies
came into existence by the Creator. Believing in it is the basis of all divine
religions. In this article, we will focus on the existence of the Creator.

Firstly, let us begin into the basic unit of life called ‘cell’. A cell
consists of various organelles that perform specialized function. One of
the organelles called the mitochondria is made up of membranes from
mitochondrial proteins. A single cell possesses more than 1 billion
different kinds of proteins. If calculated all the proteins contained in just
one cell at a rate of 1 per second, it would take a continuous count of 32
years. If we consider the physical needs such as sleeping and eating, we
will certainly die before we could count all the cell’s proteins. Such a
delicate design that requires a microscope to be seen can hardly come into
existence by chance.

Secondly, when we investigate the human body; the complicated
nervous system, the pumping of blood, filtering of blood and exclusion of
waste, lively mind, harmonious functioning of all the systems together is
a clear sign that it could not form and function on its own. Allah tells us
in the Quran: “O human! What is it that deludes you concerning your
Lord, the All-Munificent? He Who has created you, fashioned you, and
proportioned you (in measures perfect for the purpose of your creation);
having constituted you in whatever form He has willed.” (Surah Infitar,

Thirdly, Isaac Newton (1642-1727) the father of modern physics
and celestial mechanics, who is recognized as “one of the greatest
scientists who ever lived”, draws attention to the fact: “This most beautiful
system of the sun, planets and comets, could only proceed from the
counsel and dominion of an intelligent and powerful Being…This Being
governs all things, not as the soul of the world, but as Lord over all; and
on account of his dominion he is wont, to be called Lord God or Universal
Ruler.” (Isaac Newton, The Principia: Mathematical Principles of Natural

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