Otherwise, they know that a created door is not capable of creating itself. It is not capable of erecting itself. They know that this door needs to have a carpenter or an iron smith to establish it. It is necessary to have a builder to produce it. Rather they know the food, which they eat and the water, which they drink, must have one to extract it and it must have a grower. They also know that it is not possible for anyone of the people to create this plant or to grow this grain until it is a plant with a stem and fruit.
So they know that and they know that this is from what no human is capable, however they are stubborn.There is no benefit in arguing with a stubborn one and it is not possible for him to accept the truth ever, whoever he may be. If you say to him [for example]: this is the sun and it is in front of of him not before him, so arguing with the likes of these is a waste of time. Da’wah to them is, as some of the people of knowledge said, by dueling and not by arguing.
[Fiqh ul-‘Ebaadaat pg. 31]
Translated by Faisal ibn Abdul Qaadir ibn Hassan