(Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Interview dated December 7, 2010)
Peace be upon him the day he was born, and the day he dies, and the day he is raised up again alive. (Surah Maryam, 15)
Allah created goods and the child in the brain. There is a child and matter on the outside, but the child on the outside is pitch dark and cannot make its voice heard, it can only produce waves. Objects are also pitch black. For example, turkey and rice arrive on the table. Allah creates the smell and taste of that rice in our brains. The rice on the outside is pitch black and has no smell or taste. Smell and taste are perceptions in our brains. Feeling full is also a total perception and is felt in the soul. Like watching a film screen. Things are shown in the cinema and a person goes mad and thinks they are his. He says those children are his, too. If you ask who produced that image, he will say it is no concern of his, may Allah forbid. He says these things are his and came about through his intelligence. You ask who created that intelligence, and he says it is no concern of his either, may Allah forbid. In that event, Allah takes back their minds in the Hereafter, as retribution. He takes back His blessings. He shows the kind of environment that will arise in the presence of chance.