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Texthis study examines the crucial question that needs to be addressed which is whether the God presented in the Quran is indeed the same God revealed in the Holy Bible. The Quran alleges that the God of Islam, Allah, is indeed the God of Abraham and hence the God of Scripture, Yahweh Elohim. But is this the case? Are we to assume that just because the Quran states that Allah is Yahweh of the Bible that both Jews and Christians are obligated to believe this to be true? Or do we examine the nature and attributes of Allah in order to compare them with the biblical portrait of Yahweh to find if this is the case?
TextGod is most often conceived of as the supernatural creator and overseer of the universe. Theologians have ascribed a variety of attributes to the many different conceptions of God. The most common among these include omniscience (infinite knowledge), omnipotence (unlimited power), omnipresence (present everywhere), omnibenevolence (perfect goodness), divine simplicity, and eternal and necessary existence.
Who is Zeus?Someone we know?And what religion have Zeus?
Originally posted by PrimalRed
Zeus is greater than all of them
If Allah is satan,then who is God?His father?
Originally posted by DarthMuerte
Of course God is greater than allah. allah is just another word for satan.
Originally posted by no special characters
reply to post by diamondsmith
They're both the same... the result of human DNA and the gaps that were solved when the reptilians came. Let's say it's sort of proven these flawed species need some type of religion.
Unfortunately only a few were worthy to be hybrid thus so many soulless people scavenge the world looking to save what they do not have.
Originally posted by Razimus
Although I have watched a youtube video from an Ex-Muslim describing his opinion that Muhammad was writing in the 3rd person and replacing his name with Allah, a theory that might actually hold some water.
Why those two gods didn't fight alone and let us live in peace?
Originally posted by Blue Shift
I think we should wait to see what happens in the next World War before we decide which is greater, Muslim's Allah or the Judeo-Christian God. Whichever side wins, their god is the greatest. That's the way these things have always been determined, and I don't see any reason to break precedent now.