How many days do Muslims believe God created the world?
Muslims believe that Allah created the world in seven days
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It took God six days to create the world. You can find that answer in the bible.
Just one. The Shahadah or Declaration of faith says. "There is no God but God and Muhammad is His prophet."
6 days on the seventh god rested. Genesis 1:31 (King James Version) 31And God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. And the evening and the mor…ning were the sixth day. Genesis 2:1-3 (King James Version) 1Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them. 2And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made. 3And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made. It must be remembered that the Genesis creation account was originally written as one continuous record, with no numbered verses as we have today. The account of the creation of the world in 6 days each of 24 hours ends at 2v4a and the second complimentary account which deals specifically with the creation of man begins there. There has been mush learned discussion about the meaning of yom in Genesis 1 since it can mean an indefinite period of time such as 'in my day we didn't do things that way.' However, when yom is coupled with 'evening and morning' it can only mean a day of 24 hours as we know it today. Even those who do not wish to believe that God created the world in 6 24 hour days acknowledge that this is what the Hebrew says. Yet, its been known for many decades if not centuries, that the 24hr day has not been a 24hr day for a long long time. Its totally possible for the 6 day creation to have taken more than the 6days in terms of todays timekeeping. Fact is, that in centurires past, the day was considered only 12 hours per night was not included in many calcuations per no work being done at night by farmers and etc. Per this alone a lot of socalled calcuations ignore this and other factors that definitely at least double the 'clocktime' while the noted 6day comment is valid, the actually amt of modern time value will be different than 6x24x7.
Quite a number of religions such as Christianity and Islam. Hope this helps.
If you mean "do muslims believe that God created the world" then yes, they do believe that Allah created the world. Hope this helps.
According to the Torah portion of the Tanach (Jewish Bible), HaShem (The Creator) created the world and all that's in it. From the Jewish perspective, the story of creation te…lls us WHAT HaShem did, NOT HOW He did it. A large percentage of Jews find no conflict between the story of creation as found in the Torah and the big bang theory and theory of evolution.
The Muslim belief on how the world was created is the same as that of Christians. Some believe that it was created 6-10 thousand years ago using a literal interpretation of Ge…nesis from the Old Testament of the Bible, and some accept the modern hypothesises that state that it was created by gravity combined with a long period of time.
Islamic people (Muslims)believe Allah (god) almighty created the heavens and earth and Adam and Hawah (Eve) started humanity on earth.
6; and he rested on the 7th.
I could write pages and pages to answer this, but here is my simplified answer: If you look at nature around you, isn't it beautiful?! The trees sway in the breeze, the bird…s sing by day, the sun sets the sky on fire at dusk, and the peaceful chirping of the crickets fills the air and the twinkling stars dot the skies by night. Isn't it hard to believe that just one random, unplanned bang created such order and BEAUTY?! How can chaos create order AND beauty? Chaos creates chaos. Also, scientific theories still don't fully explain everything about the creation of the world, for is not the Law of Conservation of Mass "Matter cannot be created or destroyed"? If this is true, where did the matter that made Earth come from? What created the bang in the Big Bang theory? Answer Actually it is not just Christians who regard the universe as created by God. Christians get a bad press because some Christians (Creationists) cite Genesis 1 as the story of Creation as though it were fact. However Genesis was never meant to be taken literally - certainly most of the Jews didn't. Anf Jesus never mentions Adam, and Paul mentions him only occasionally, but also allegorically. In Hebrew Genesis is an allegorical poem (eg Adam means 'humankind') and not a statement of how the universe actually came about. To think otherwise would be like accepting CS lewis's Narnia books as an historically accurate account of a real land. That said, though, new discoveries in cosmology have raised questions about the origin of the Universe. One such problem for the atheist is the Anthropic Principle. This is a discovery which deals with the fundamental constants of the universe set at the Big Bang. As one example, the Gravitational Constant G is a set figure all over the universe. However, if it was any larger, stars would form too quickly and would burn out before life could evolve on planets around them. If too small, then stars would never be hot enough to support life, or produce heavier elements. And the difference between 'too small' and 'too large' is a tiny percentage of the value. Coincidentally G is just the right amount to enable life to exist. However coincidence goes out of the window when one realises than not just G is 'just right' but literally hundreds of fundamental constants like Boltzman's constant, Planck's constant, the mass/charge ratio of an electron and so on are just the right value for humanity to exist. One commentator once said 'the universe has bent over backwards to alllow human life to exist..... it's as if, at the Big Bang, the universe knew we were coming." One can think of one or two constants hitting the mark as coincidence, but not hundreds. This strongly suggests design in the universe. And if there is design, there must be a designer. For Christians this designer is best expressed by God as creator, and sustainer of the universe. One can cite scripture as evidence of God's creation (eg John 1), but in the story of Creation, as well as scripture backing up the idea of a Creator God, it is also backed up by hard scientific evidence in the Anthropic Principle
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Yes, the vast majority do, however, how and how long for this event varies significantly. The Bible is quite clear that revelation is from God and without God's gift of His S…pirit enlightening us, all sorts of manmade ideas arise via the vast and unique mind of mankind. The Apostle Paul noted this: 1 Corinthians 2:13-15New International Version (NIV) 13 This is what we speak, not in words taught us by human wisdom but in words taught by the Spirit, explaining spiritual realities with Spirit-taught words. 14 The person without the Spirit does not accept the things that come from the Spirit of God but considers them foolishness, and cannot understand them because they are discerned only through the Spirit. 15 The person with the Spirit makes judgments about all things, but such a person is not subject to merely human judgments,
I think Hindus believe that they god created the world.
BECAUSE o mighty god wrote in the quran that he has created us and there is only one god
he made it in 6 days and rested onm the seventh
Perhaps there are two reasons, the one is that they are not sure who God is and the power He has, and two, they do not believe that He exists. Many people are confused as to w…hat they should believe, they know that what they see had to happen either by chance or by some power greater than man who organised it all. Neither can prove which is right for them to believe. One has to decide for themselves. One can believe in man who is fallible, or one can look around and see what wonders there are to behold organised by a God who is infallible. This writer chooses the latter.