Summary of Part 2 **Q & A** - Mohammed Hijab vs Edward Tabash || Does God Exist? | PART 2

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In this debate, Mohammed Hijab and Edward Tabash discuss the existence of God. Hijab argues that a necessary being cannot explain a contingent fact, while Tabash argues that the evidence points to the existence of a God who is self-sufficient and independent. In the end, Hijab says that he would be open to converting to Islam if his arguments are sound.

  • 00:00:00 Mohammed Hijab asks a question about morality on atheism, Edward Tabash responds with a scientific explanation.
  • 00:05:00 Mohammed Hijab argues that the Quran contains features that make it more credible than the Bible, specifically its falsification challenge.
  • 00:10:00 The first question is directed towards Mohammed and asks why God would not show himself to humans. Mohammed responds that knowledge should be known through the five senses, but this is not the case in reality. Furthermore, knowledge is based on metaphysical principles which cannot be empirically verified. The second question is directed towards both Mohammed and Edward and asks why it is unfair for God to punish non-believers in eternity. Mohammed argues that it is unfair because it withholds evidence that would allow people to believe. Edward argues that the question is flawed because it presupposes the empiricist presupposition that knowledge should be known through the five senses.
  • 00:15:00 In the first part of the video, Mohammed Hijab discusses the laws of logic and mathematics and how they don't have causative properties. He goes on to say that it's impossible to say that the number seven as an abstraction causes something to happen, but one can say that God does cause things to happen. Edward Tabash responds to Mohammed, stating that a pious person should be focused on a god that would offer them what they want and not just any god. Tabash goes on to say that if a God exists, then he should be providing reliable revelation to humanity. He argues that if a God doesn't do this, then it's unjust for the deity to punish individuals for not believing. Tabash also says that aesthetic value judgments are not opinions, but rather judgments based on what a person sees as being bad design. In the second part of the video, Mohammed discusses the argument of ignorance, which states that because we don't know the function of something, it doesn't mean that the functionless thing has no function. He goes on to say that this is an aesthetic value judgment and not an opinion. Finally, he asks if people have understood his arguments and if not, he has a minute left to discuss them.
  • 00:20:00 In this YouTube video, Mohammed Hijab and Edward Tabash argue about whether or not God exists. Mohammed points out that if God is all-powerful and morally perfect, defects in our design are not justified based on those attributes. Tabash argues that if God is subject to evidence, religious people would change their beliefs based on evidence, but atheists like Mohammed would still believe in God if the following things happened: both Mohammed and Tabash were levitated to the ceiling, Mohammed's father, who was dead for 18 years, walked into the room, and Tabash was teleported to Mecca and saw the most amazing astronomical displays convincing him to become a Muslim.
  • 00:25:00 The main point of this video is that atheists have faith all the time, and that this faith is what allows them to understand science. They say that some people can rap a discussion of ideology in sociological format, but that in terms of its conventions and epistemic way, the same is true for any kind of religious belief. They also say that on theism, ISM believes in another domain, a metaphysical domain, which undo all the wrongs that happen in this world.
  • 00:30:00 Mohammed Hijab argues that there are objective moral values, and that these values are not dictated by religion. He also argues that if what we are doing is selectively applying a moral principle based on a certain time period, then this is dishonest. He believes that we should apply principles equally across the board, and that this would involve allowing incest in America.
  • 00:35:00 Mohammed Hijab addresses the viability of Pascal's Wager, saying that it is not really an argument. He goes on to say that full in care, Amina angel appear in the LA, and that if it was from God, what if it was from God? There is a full experiment right it's more of a thought experiment than an argument. He thinks the maximum we can do with it is to make people think about death. Atheism will not do anything as a matter of fact. Pascal's Wager is false because it presupposes without proof that God is such an evil being. He also says that if there is a God, regardless of how good we are, unless we adopt the right religion, we will burn in hell forever.
  • 00:40:00 In this video, Mohammed Hijab discusses the concept of cause and effect and how it applies to the universe. He also discusses the atheist argument that because the universe has causes, it cannot have a creator. Eddie Tabash comments on the discussion and makes a concession that some things in the natural world may be inexplicable by science.
  • 00:45:00 The video discusses the argument between Mohammed Hijab and Edward Tabash, with Mohammed Hijab arguing that the necessary existence of God cannot be made up of parts, and Edward Tabash arguing that the necessary existence of God can be made up of parts. The video then goes on to discuss the argument between Mohammed Hijab and Edward Tabash from a different perspective, arguing that the evidence points to the existence of a God who is self-sufficient and independent.
  • 00:50:00 Mohammed Hijab and Edward Tabash debate the existence of God. Tabash makes the case that miracles are confined to certain time periods, while Hijab argues that they are meant to appeal to particular people and times. Tabash also argues that consistency is important in morality, while Hijab says that Muslim Americans are oppressed and that he is grateful for Edwards contributions to the discussion.
  • 00:55:00 Mohammed Hijab argues that a necessary being cannot explain a contingent fact, and that this sets up a regress of explanations. He also argues that the Quran was not finalized until 2018, and that its translations differ from one another. He concludes by saying that if his arguments are sound, then he would be subject to an open mind and convert to Islam.

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In this video, Mohammed Hijab debates Edward Tabash on the existence of God. Hijab makes several arguments against Tabash's position, and in the end, concludes that the universe is natural and that God does not exist.

  • 01:00:00 Mohammed Hijab challenges Edward Tabash's argument that there cannot be a transcendental person, and that if God does exist, he thank him for taking human flesh off the menu. Tabash fails to refute any of Mohammed Hijab's arguments. Tabash also fails to demonstrate that specific predictions in the Quran were made that turned out to be true.
  • 01:05:00 In this video, Mohammed Hijab debates Edward Tabash on the existence of God. Hijab argues that if God is omnipotent, he can do anything, including changing his mind, which is incompatible with theproperties of omniscience and omnipotence. Tabash responds that if God is omniscient, he always knew what he was going to do, and in the end, he can't change his mind. Therefore, the properties of omniscience and omnipotence are incompatible with respect to the fine-tuning argument. Hijab also argues that if the Quran is what God wants me to believe, it should have been translated into ink, true also on the argument from evil, and that if humans were specially created, there would be overwhelming evidence that we evolved from ape-like creatures. In conclusion, Hijab argues that the universe is natural, and God does not exist.
  • 01:10:00 The speaker thanks an organizer for their work in making the event happen, and asks for donations to cover travel costs. They also ask for donations to help cover costs for their animal companion, which will be traveling with them on the event.

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