When a Bulb could not come into being automatically, how then whole universe came into being automatically?


Firstly, please differentiate between the concepts of "creation" and "invention".

Let's examine the formation and destruction of thousands of stars, some even larger than Earth, that occur daily. There is no purpose behind this formation and destruction which has been happening for the last 14.8 billion years. This happens only when the Design is not INTELLIGENT, but RANDOM.

Similarly, consider the death and extinction of billions of species that occurred before the arrival of modern humans. The vast majority of these species came into existence and vanished without any discernible purpose. Again, this happens only when the Design is not INTELLIGENT, but RANDOM.

And now look at a mobile phone. You will not see even a SINGLE spare part there which is useless and has no function. This is known as an Intelligent Design.

However, we do not attribute the creation of a light bulb to a "creator" simply because it is complex. We recognize that every light bulb we encounter has been manufactured by humans. We have never stumbled upon a light bulb spontaneously growing from a tree.

But we've never seen Allah making a star. In fact, we have plausible explanations for how a star could form from undirected natural processes -- at least back until the Big Bang.

As PB Shelley once said, "design must be proved before a designer is inferred."

On one hand, we have a light bulb that we know is designed by humans. On the other hand, we have natural phenomena such as stars, rocks, clouds, and galaxies that arise through natural processes. Are these random objects designed? No religious person, including Muslims, would argue for the design of an unattractive rock, a broken tree, or a random cloud. Why? Because anything that lacks aesthetic appeal or functional purpose appears to lack design. When they observe stars, moons, or spiral galaxies, they perceive design partly due to their aesthetic beauty and functionality. However, as Shelley rightly argues, design must be proven before inferring a designer. They have not even established the design, yet they infer a designer. This is a leap of faith. Aesthetic and functional reasons alone are insufficient to prove design. Conway's Game of Life, for example, starts with simple rules and configurations, yet complex shapes and dynamics emerge over time. These shapes may appear aesthetically pleasing and serve a purpose, but there is no secret design or designer involved.

The logic that "everything has a creator" is flawed. While humans may have creators (our parents), asserting that Allah has no creator while applying the creator argument to everything else is inconsistent.

Furthermore, even if we assume that the universe has a creator, it does not automatically prove that the creator is Allah. There is no fault in considering the possibility that other deities, such as Zeus, Odin, or Amaterasu, as believed by people of other religions, could be the creators. In fact, one could even entertain the idea that an advanced alien civilization created the entire universe.