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Originally posted by dontreally
reply to post by nenothtu
You're ridiculously stubborn.
Aero is spelled different from Air, and yet it is a central component of the word.
So why wold this be any different with the word arrow? I can't believe how you under-emphasize the fact that an arrow is sent through the air. Yes it is drawn through a pulling action via a bow.
Aye... Whatever. I'm right. You're ignorant.
Have a nice day.
No Jew (or Hebrew before them) ever used the term or name, nor did Jesus! You won't find the word even mentioned in both Torah or the Christian Bible.
When you use the Hebrew form it gives it a different meaning to that converted to English
therefore no, they are not one of the same. Each hebrew letter has a different meaning.
Originally posted by ManjushriPrajna
What's in a name?
If Aalah is God in Aramaic, then either way should be appropriate. Any name ascribed to God in the Abrahamic religions essentially means the same thing (except for certain characteristics of God, the nature of God remains the same) no matter what name he is called.
Originally posted by babloyi
reply to post by bluemirage5
Errr.... you need to read up on history, blue.
Or etymology. Or something.
There was never any moon god called ilah. Wishing it won't make it so. Ilah simply means "god".
Heck, it is there in the Muslim creed:
"La ilah-a il-allah"
No god but God (Allah).
You think it means "No moon-god but Allah"?edit on 1-12-2011 by babloyi because: (no reason given)
The name of Allah is not Allah, it is Sin of Sinai.
Originally posted by mike_trivisonno
reply to post by ManjushriPrajna
Islam is NOT related to Christianity or Judaism.
Islam worships the Allah deity better known Baal the Moon God. Islam does not worship the god of the Bible.
Islam is NOT an an "abrahamic" faith. Islam was invented by Mohammed after begin rejected by the Jews and Christians in pre-Islamic Arabia.