In the name of Allah the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful
I have given myself to the preaching of Islam to my people. And one of the major obstacles I have encountered, apart from my personal defects, has been the theory of evolution. So I have determined myself to confront this theory and drive out the obstacle which holds back people to receive God's messages and signs.
I am not going to talk as a scientist. I am going to talk as a spiritual being. Because first of all we are spiritual beings, we are God's creatures, who granted on us a spiritual nature to be able to reach His glory.
I have nothing against scientists. Scientists who look for the service of God are in the straight way. But if they are not looking for the complacence of God, then they have lost the true way, the way of God.
Those who disobey God, and follow their conceit only shall find a delusion and Satan will make beautiful that delusion to their eyes and hearts.
And those who follow them, those who submit themselves to the scientific materialism are like the people who are living under the dominion of a powerful tyranny. And they think that the only way to live is to obey the oppressive rules settled by the tyranny rather than follow the guidance of the great patriots of this land.
Are we going to be followers of the true servants of God, who God has chosen as His messengers or are we going to be followers of those who only have been looking for their personal prestige in their professions?
Are their goals to proclaim the majesty and the benevolence of God? Are they worshiping God or are they worshiping something apart from God, to which God has given no authority?
It would not be more beneficial for the man to meditate in the superb signs and mercies that God grants to us rather than scrutinize the secrets of the creation?
Is not this behavior arrogance against God, even more when we have the needing to obtain His mercy to purify our souls and His forgiveness to expiate our sins?
Is in accordance to God's mercifulness to give life to partially human creatures? How can they enjoy the blessings of paradise in this condition? Is not that discrimination? God has distributed different races and communities on the earth, but no person in the world has been discriminated by God. There have been people suffering from physical or mental disabilities, but they shall obtain the mercy of God, they shall be restored, they shall become glorious men and women with their companions in paradise. But how can God give his mercy to a partially human creature?
Is in accordance to God's mercifulness that only the strong and well adapted creatures will be successful in transmitting their attributes to their descendants? Would God be cruel to the weak and less adapted creatures?
Are the theory of evolution and the theory of natural selection bringing light to our souls or by the contrary are they bringing nothing but confusion, distress and corruption on the earth?
Perhaps there is some truth in part of the theory. But as servants of God we must refuse to accept most of the conclusions that some scientists accept as the truth. We must be extremely fearful to God in order to not obstruct His will by accepting false beliefs.
We must have faith in God, and question not His messages and signs. He will answer all the matters that need to be answered at the proper time. He will more than satisfy us when the light of the Truth will illuminate our lives in paradise.
As prophet Jesus says “Blessed is he who finds no occasion for stumbling in me” (Matthew 11: 6). The same we can say of the Koran: Blessed is he who finds no occasion for stumbling in the Koran.
“It is He Who has sent down to you the Book. In it are Verses that are entirely clear, they are the foundations of the Book; and others not entirely clear. So as for those in whose hearts there is a deviation they follow that which is not entirely clear thereof, seeking discord, and seeking for its hidden meanings, but none knows its hidden meanings save Allah. And those who are firmly grounded in knowledge say: We believe in it; the whole of it are from our Lord. And none receive admonition except men of understanding.” Koran (3: 7)