You are just blind man. Look at the brain how it's suspended in our head. Look at the lungs and heart position, the liver position. Look at the central nervous system, look at the skeletal system. What knees are not 'perfect' to you? Oh please enlighten me what you've designed that you haven't copied.
Oi... Let's see.
I look at the brain and I see a very critical organ (arguably, the most
critical) that is very sensitive to rapid acceleration. It is being confined in a bony box, against which it can impact and receive significant damage from, buffered and protected only by a really tiny amount of cerebrospinal fluid and connected by a brain stem that is far too easy to injure which leads to a collection of very exposed nerves that are a single point of (catastrophic) failure. I look at the brain and I see a great computation device but no evidence of design.
I look at the heart and I see a pump with moderate pumping efficiency. A pump that constitutes a single point of failure and contains parts that leak – as all heart valves do – and wear out. I look at the heart and I see A pump, but no evidence of design.
I look at the lungs and I see organs that can collapse if punctured, leading to a dramatic decrease in oxygen availability and requiring advanced medical intervention. I see a system meant to inhale oxygen that shares a pathway for the ingestion of solid and liquid nutrients which can result in choking and death. I see a system meant to ensure that blood is oxygenated that relies not on measuring oxygen but carbon dioxide which can have fatal consequences as someone can suffocate without knowing it. I look at lungs and I see a great gas-exchange system, but no evidence of design.
Not a single thing about the human body points to an intelligent designer, and a million things point to evolution. That you don't see that doesn't mean much.
And no we do not agree on anything as far as the universe being eternal, I said you believe that, I don't believe that. The universe had a beginning and will have an end and only God is eternal and created the universe and will destroy it as well at a set time. This temporary world is just that temporary.
I meant that you agree, as do I, that not everything requires a creator; we simply disagree on what that something is.
The terms "beginning" and "end" are meaningless when it comes to the universe itself: they are terms which we use to impose a total order (in the mathematical sense) on temporal events, based on causal relations that arise in a temporal framework.
They are properties of the universe itself and meaningless outside of that frame of reference. The expression "before the universe" is as meaningless as "before fhsmrhcismifkdn".
You make the common mistake of believers (of all flavors) in that you try to use words that convey a particular meaning in ways that don't make sense, and then you say "it's not before as you understand it. It's kind of like it, but different."
Tell me Ahmed, what does "before" mean outside the fabric of space-time? What does "after" mean? How did you come up with those definitions and how can we test them?
You have your religion and you have your faith. Good for you. As a matter of fact great
for you. If faith and your beliefs help you live your life and be a better person, then awesome!
But please, don't pretend as if your belief is based on logic or is, in any way, shape or form, rational. Faith and reason aren't two complementary tools - like a screwdriver and a hammer. They are opposites.
You claim that your faith provides you with knowledge. How, we ask? Through unknowable means, you answer. Sorry, that's not gonna cut it.