I watched the second video that ataimoor posted. The so-called 'beautiful answer to the existence of God' goes as follows: something must have been there before the big bang, which either created itself (which he argues is 'ridiculous') or that this something was there all along (which is the 'only explanation').
He continues by saying that if it was there all along, it is infinite, never gets hungry, has intelligence, created everything we see...etc, hence, kind of like 'god'.
What I find really strange, I have heard it from many other Muslims too, is that if someone could produce a verse similar to that of the Qur'an, then it serves as proof that it is not divine. But since nobody could produce such a verse, then it must
have come from god...some proof
Didn't humans write what Muhammad said to them to write? I do not understand its divinity or that people say that Muhammad is proof for the existence of god.
I have also heard the argument that Muhammad was known to be truthful and that that, to my surprise, is somehow a valid argument that because he said, in his case, Allah exists, then it must be true...
Edit: I forgot to say that the guy in the video also argued that there could be no right or wrong if there was no creator...which really makes me question his understanding of human ethics