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الدعاء سلاح المؤمن وعماد الدين ونور السموات والأرض “Du‘a is a weapon of a Muslim, a Pillar of Deen and the light of the skies and earth.” [Narrated by Hakim from Sayyiduna Abu Hurayrah and Abu Ya’la from Sayyiduna ‘Ali al-Murtudah, Hadith 6163]
Maybe he has no ears, so it doesn't matter what you call him.. like a dog with no legs.
"What's yer dogs name?"
"Doesn't matter.. he's got no legs."
Originally posted by Magister1
Why do you say that these couldn't be human names? Humans made them up. Odin and Thor are just as holy of names. Every culture has made up names for their gods. Now if you want some names that do not sound human how about the Aztec gods: QUETZALCOATL, TLALOC, HUITZILOPOCHTLI, MIXCOATI, CHANTICO, TEZCATLIPOCA, PIQUETE-ZINA, MICTLANTECUHTLI, EHECATL, CHALCHIUHTLICUE
Now those are names that I would agree are not names a human would want to spell
Re-interpretation of the tawhid and desire for unification with God Al-Hallaj believed that it was only God who could pronounce the Tawhid, whereas man's prayer was to be one of kun, surrender to his will: "Love means to stand next to the Beloved, renouncing oneself entirely and transforming oneself in accordance to Him. " (Massignon, 74) He spoke of God as his "Beloved, " "Friend" "You, " and felt that "his only self was (God), " to the point that he could not even remember his own name. " (Mason, 26)
Originally posted by sk0rpi0n
reply to post by cass1dy09
if it is Allah who said them about himself why does he not speak this way about himself in the OT?
Every title of Allah is echoed in the Bible.
The titles of Allah and the Bible