Hamza and Hashim discuss with Marchielle (Atheist) about the possibility of an afterlife (Pascal’s Wager) and its consequences and wether following the guidance of God gives mankind a superior way of life as opposed to Atheism.
Marchielle later returns and accepts a translation of the Qur’an Alhamdulillah 🙂
Suppose someone terribly precious to you lay dying, and the doctor offered to try a new “miracle drug” that he could not guarantee but that seemed to have a 50-50 chance of saving your beloved friend’s life. Would it be reasonable to try it, even if it cost a little money? And suppose it were free—wouldn’t it be utterly reasonable to try it and unreasonable not to?
No reasonable person can be or ever is in doubt in such cases. But deciding whether to believe in God is a case like this argues Pascal. It is therefore the height of folly not to “bet” on God, even if you have no certainty, no proof, no guarantee that your bet will win.
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