Misconceptions about Allah - Allah – the One and Only - God

Thursday, November 7, 2013
God is God. He is the one who puts in their time of need. It is one because when miracles of life become clear . Allah is a word that has many layers of meaning. This is the name of God (the master of the universe ) and is the foundation of the religion of Islam . He is Allah , the One worthy of worship.

" " He is the Creator of heaven and earth. How will you have children when you have no wife? He created all things and He is the Knowing . Such is Allah, your Lord ! La ilaha illa Huwa ( none has the right to be worshiped but He ) , the Creator of all things . So he ( alone) worship , and is the Trust , Registered Office , Guardian over all things . No vision can grasp Him , but their scope is all eyes. It is the most subtle and polite , you know all things. " ( Quran 6:101-103 )

In Arabic , the word of God ( Allah ) comes from the verb ta'allaha (or ilaha ) , which means " to be worshiped. " Allah means the One who deserves all worship .

Allah is God , the Creator and Sustainer of the world, but the differences and the confusion arises because of the Word of God can be plural as in gods , or change gender as a goddess. This is not the case in Arabic. The word Allah is unique, no plural or gender. The use of words or grammatical only and in no way indicate that Allah has any form of sex is comprehensible to us. Allah is unique. In Arabic , the name can not be changed . God himself describes in the Qur'an:

" Say (O Muhammad ) He is Allah, ( the ) One . Allah -us - Samad ( The self-sufficient master, that all creatures need , He neither eats nor drinks ) . Generates not been generated and is not co - equal to or comparable to Him " (Qur'an, 112 ) .

This short chapter of the Quran is known as Chapter purity or sincerity. In a nutshell , summarizes the system of Islamic belief that Allah or God is one. He is alone in His majesty, He is the only one of its omnipotence. He has no partners or associates. He was there at the beginning and will be there at the end. God is one. Some might ask, " If God is one, then why the Qur'an uses the word truth ?

In the English language , understand the use of the royal "we", or grammatical construction known as the royal . Many other languages ​​use this construction, including Arabic , Hebrew and Urdu. We heard several members of royal families and dignitaries using the word , as in " decree " or "we are not amused . " Does not indicate that more than one person speaks rather refers to excellence , power or dignity speaker. When we have this concept in mind , it is clear that no one is worthy to use the royal of God - God.

" (This is) a Book which We have revealed to you ( Muhammad ) so that you can bring mankind out of darkness into light ( of belief in the oneness of God ) ... " ( Qur'an 14: 01)

" And indeed We have honored the sons of Adam , and we have taken over land and sea , provided them with good things , and have preferred by many who have created with a marked preferment . " ( Quran 17:70 )

" And if we wanted to , we could definitely take what we have revealed to you ( ie - . The Quran ) then you would find no protector against us in this regard " ( Quran 17:86 ) .

"Men : if you have any doubt about the resurrection, then we certainly will (ie - Adam) from dust ... " ( Quran 22:05 ) created

The respected 13th century Islamic scholar , Sheikh al- Islam Ibn Taymiyah said : " When Allah uses the plural to refer to himself , which is based on respect and honor it deserves, and the great number of His names and attributes , and the large number of troops and angels

The use of words nahnu , or fact in any way inna indicate that more than one god . They have no connection at all with the idea of a trinity . The entire foundation of Islam is based on the belief that there is one God , and Muhammad is his final messenger .

" And your God is God , that there is a person who has the right to be worshiped but He , Most Gracious, Most Merciful . " ( Quran 2:163 )

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