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Originally posted by markusjharper
Steiner was Aristotle and Thomas Aquinas in past lives and should you find that notion hard to swallow, you may not enjoy reading this article much since it deals with very esoteric-like teachings.
Originally posted by Nakash
The God of Islam (and the founding deity of hundreds of pagan cults). Abbadon, the angel of the abyss. That article look's interesting, I'll take a quick look.
Qur’an 67:28 “Say: ‘He is Ar-Rahman; in Him we believed, and in Him we have placed our trust: Soon will you know which one of us is in manifest error.’”
Qur’an 67:20 “Who is he that will send an army to assist you besides Ar-Rahman? The unbelievers are lost in delusion.”
Qur’an 55:1 “Ar-Rahman bestowed the Qur’an. He created man. He has taught man eloquent speech (and intelligence). The sun and moon are made punctual, following courses, they revolve to a computation.”
Qur’an 55:6 “Ar-Rahman created the herbs (or stars) and the trees all of which prostrate themselves.”
Qur’an 55:14 “He created man of fermented clay dried tinkling hard like earthen ware, and created jinn from the white-hot flame of fire. How many favors of your Lord will you both (men and jinn) deny?”
Qur’an 55:31 “Soon We [Ar-Rahman] will dispose of you by applying Our two armies. How many favors of your Lord will you both deny?” Qur’an 55:35 “There will be let loose on you white-hot flames of fire and smoke that chokes so that you will not be able to defend yourselves. How many favors of your Lord will you both deny?” [Ar-Rahman makes jinn out of the same material he will use to torture men. He intends to send his demons after us, and he considers torture a favor.]
Qur’an 55:41 “The sinners will be seized by their forelock and feet. This is the Hell the sinners called a lie. They will go round and round between its fierce fires and boiling water. Which of the favors of your Lord will you then deny?” Qur’an 55:46 “For him who lives in terror of his Lord [Ar-Rahman] are two Gardens.”
Qur’an 13:30 “They do not believe in Ar-Rahman. Tell them, ‘He is my Lord. There is no other Ilah (God) but He. In Him I have placed my trust.’”
Qur’an 13:38 “It was not for any Apostle to come up with a miracle or sign unless it was granted by Our permission. For every age there is a Book revealed. Ar-Rahman abrogates, blots out, or confirms (whatever He wants).”
Qur’an 20:90 “‘O my people, you are being misled with this. Surely your Lord is Ar-Rahman. So follow me and obey my command.”
Qur’an 20:108 “Their voices will be hushed before Ar-Rahman. You will not hear a sound but faint shuffling. That day no intercession will matter other than his whom Ar-Rahman grants permission.”
Qur’an 21:25 “Not a messenger did We send before you but We revealed to him: La ilaha illa Ana (No gods but I), so worship Me.” [Incredibly, this assertion of a singular divinity is followed by:] Qur’an 21:26 “And yet they say: ‘Ar-Rahman has begotten a son.’ Too exalted his He.” [Most translations, trying to hide their god’s duplicity, mistranslate the passage:] “(Allah) Most Gracious has begotten offspring.” [Muslims have to deceive us to keep their god together.]
Qur’an 21:29 “If any of them should say, ‘I am an ilah (god) besides Him,’ such a one We should reward with Hell.”
Qur’an 21:36 “When the disbelievers see you (Muhammad), they treat you with ridicule, choosing you out for mockery: ‘Is this he who mentions your gods? Yet they disbelieve at the mention of Ar-Rahman.”
Qur’an 21:41 “Mocked were messengers before you, but their scoffers were hemmed in by what they mocked. Say: ‘Who can protect you from (the wrath of) Ar-Rahman?’ Yet they turn away from the mention of their Lord. Have they alihah (gods) who can defend them against Our Torment?”
Ishaq:302/Tabari VII:60 “Umayyah [a merchant] was a friend of mine in Mecca. My name was Abd Amr, but when I became a Muslim I was called Abd al-Rahman. Umayyah used to meet me when we were in Mecca and would say, ‘Abd Amr, do you dislike the name your father gave you?’ I would reply, ‘Yes.’ Umayyah would then say, ‘I do not recognize Ar-Rahman [as a god], so adopt a name that I can call you by when we meet.... Well then, you are Abd al-Ilah [Slave-to-the-God].’ I agreed.”