Why converse of G-d is needed by humans?

I wrote following posts on one of my favorite discussion forums

< http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/126459#post2669329 >thread/topic <Why converse of G-d is needed by humans?>

One could join the discussion on the forum or here on this blog.

paarsurrey  Wrote:

This is because logic and reasoning alone cannot lead to the perfect cognition of G-d.

Everyone’s thoughts are welcome whether one belongs to a religion or no religion.


paarsurrey wrote: 

Why converse of G-d is needed by humans?

The study of creation alone cannot lead to perfect certainty (about God) is proven by the fact that creation is not a book wherein one can read plainly that all these things have been created by God, that God in fact exists, that the joy of meeting Him is the ultimate bliss and that He will reward those who are obedient and punish the transgressors.

Rather, when one observes Allah’s creation and finds the design of this universe to be perfect and flawless, one can only conclude, by way of conjecture, that there ‘ought to be’ a Creator of this creation.

However, there is a great difference between the import of ‘ought to be’ and ‘is’. There is an element of doubt in ‘ought to be’ and it does not bring about the degree of certainty that ‘is’ does.

When a person says by way of conjecture that such and such a thing ‘ought to be’ he means to say only that it has to exist so far as his reasoning is concerned, but he is unable to say whether or not it actually exists.

This is why all those who have restricted themselves to the study of nature have never agreed upon a conclusion—neither do they now, nor will it be possible in the future.

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (see p. 41)
Barahin-E- Ahamdiyya— Part three


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