Non-believers are unable to provide any convincing reason for the existence of this universe or of human life. People who believe there is a Creator assume that creation occurred by His will. But in a world where everything is shown to have a purpose, it is natural for a human being to wonder about the purpose of his own creation. One is surely justified in expecting the Creator who put us on this earth to inform us why He did so and what He expects of us.
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The Qur’an informs us that He did just that. It says God created us for a test here on earth, conveying His words:
“Then did you think that We created you uselessly and that to Us you would not be returned?”