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2 Can Islam Be From God? God And Allah

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4 “Now the end of the commandment is charity out of a pure heart, and of a good conscience, and of faith unfeigned: …” 1 Timothy 1:5

5 Islamism (a “utopian” ideology) Islam (a faith)

6 The Qur’an And God The Qur’an makes Allah and God out to be the same Allah has a very different personality than the God portrayed in the Bible Muslims cite three reasons for using the term “Allah” 1.“Allah” is the personal name of God as used in the Qur’an“Allah” has no gender -- “God” can be male or female (i.e. god/goddess)“Allah” is one and literally means “the God” -- “God” can be singular and plural

7 The Qur’an And God “Allah” was considered the “high god” of the Meccan pantheon Moon worship has been practiced in Arabia since 2000 B.C. Although monotheistic, its roots are heavily paganistic

8 The God Of The Qur’an Most prominent doctrine is the assertion that Allah alone possesses deity In the Bible, God is three in the unity of one, which is a disgrace to the Muslim To refer to Allah as “father” is blasphemy to the Muslim 1.The Father is God (John 20:17) -- He is distinct from the Son (John 8:16) and the Holy Spirit (John 14:26)The Son is God (Hebrews 1:8) -- He is distinct from the Father (John 8:16) and the Holy Spirit (Acts 10:38)The Holy Spirit is God (Acts 5:3-4) -- He is distinct from the Father (John 14:26) and the Son (Acts 10:38)

9 The God Of The Qur’an For Allah to take a wife to produce a son would require the woman to be deity The sin of shirk is committed by assigning partners or equals to Allah Muhammad replaces the Holy Spirit in the Qur’an 5.72 They do blaspheme who say: “(Allah) is Christ the son of Mary.” But said Christ: “O Children of Israel! worship Allah, my Lord and your Lord.” Whoever joins other gods with Allah, Allah will forbid him the garden, and the Fire will be his abode. There will for the wrong-doers be no one to help.5.73 They do blaspheme who say: Allah is one of three in a Trinity: for there is no god except One Allah … Allah forgiveth not (The sin of) joining other gods with Him; but He forgiveth whom He pleaseth other sins than this: one who joins other gods with Allah, Hath strayed far, far away (from the right) They do blaspheme who say: “(Allah) is Christ the son of Mary.” But said Christ: “O Children of Israel! worship Allah, my Lord and your Lord.” Whoever joins other gods with Allah, Allah will forbid him the garden, and the Fire will be his abode. There will for the wrong-doers be no one to help.5.73 They do blaspheme who say: Allah is one of three in a Trinity: for there is no god except One Allah … Allah forgiveth not (The sin of) joining other gods with Him; but He forgiveth whom He pleaseth other sins than this: one who joins other gods with Allah, Hath strayed far, far away (from the right). “Muhammad”=periclytos “Comforter”=parakletos “Muhammad”=periclytos “Comforter”=parakletos

10 Islamic Allah Vs. Biblical Jehovah Unknowable vs. knowable Transcendent vs. also intimate Conditional love vs. unconditional love Non-spiritual vs. spiritual Fight in the cause of Allah those who fight you, but do not transgress limits; for Allah loveth not transgressors Say: Obey Allah and His Messenger. But if they turn back, Allah loveth not those who reject Faith Fight in the cause of Allah those who fight you, but do not transgress limits; for Allah loveth not transgressors Say: Obey Allah and His Messenger. But if they turn back, Allah loveth not those who reject Faith

11 Islamic Allah Vs. Biblical Jehovah Unlimited vs. limited Good and evil vs. holy Capricious vs. trustworthy Absolute sovereign vs. sovereign respect- ing free will 35.8 Is he, then, to whom the evil of his conduct is made alluring, so that he looks upon it as good, (equal to one who is rightly guided)? For Allah leaves to stray whom He wills, and guides whom He wills. So let not thy soul go out in (vainly) sighing after them: for Allah knows well all that they do! Then seest thou such a one as takes as his god his own vain desire? Allah has, knowing (him as such), left him astray, and sealed his hearing and his heart (and understanding), and put a cover on his sight. Who, then, will guide him after Allah (has withdrawn Guidance)? Will ye not then receive admonition? 35.8 Is he, then, to whom the evil of his conduct is made alluring, so that he looks upon it as good, (equal to one who is rightly guided)? For Allah leaves to stray whom He wills, and guides whom He wills. So let not thy soul go out in (vainly) sighing after them: for Allah knows well all that they do! Then seest thou such a one as takes as his god his own vain desire? Allah has, knowing (him as such), left him astray, and sealed his hearing and his heart (and understanding), and put a cover on his sight. Who, then, will guide him after Allah (has withdrawn Guidance)? Will ye not then receive admonition? 9.36 The number of months in the sight of Allah is twelve (in a year) -- so ordained by Him the day He created the heavens and the earth; of them four are sacred: that is the straight usage. So wrong not yourselves therein, and fight the Pagans all together as they fight you all together. But know that Allah is with those who restrain themselves.

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13 Can Islam Be From God? God And Allah

14 1.Allah 2.The Compassionate (al-Rahman) 3.The Merciful (al-Rahim) 4.The King/Sovereign (al-Malik) 5.The Holy (al-Quddus) 6.The Source of Peace (al-Salam) 7.The Giver of Faith (al-Mu’min) 8.The Overall Protector (al-Muhaimin) 9.The Strong (al-’Aziz) 10.The Almighty (al-Jabbar) 11.The Majestic (al-Mutakabbir) 12.The Creator (al-Khaliq) 13.The Maker (al-Bari) 14.The Fashioner (al-Musawwir) 15.The Great Forgiver (al-Ghaffar) 16.The Dominant (al-Qahhar) 17.The Bestower (al-Wahhab) 18.The Provider (al-Razzaq) 19.The Opener, The Reliver (al-Fattah) 20.The All-Knowing (al-’Alim) 21.The Restrainer, The Withholder (al-Qabid) 22.The Extender (al-Basit) 23.The Humbler (al-Khafid) 24.The Exalter (al-Rafi’) 25.The Empowerer (al-Mu’izz) 26.The Humiliator (al-Mudhill) 27.The All-Hearing, The Hearer (al-Sami) 28.The All-Seeing (al-Basir) 29.The Judge (al-Hakam) 30.The Just (al-’Adl) 31.The Kindly One (al-Latif) 32.The Gracious, The Aware (al-Khabir) 33.The Clement, The Forbearing (al-Halim) 34.The Mighty (Al-’Azim) 35.The Forgiving (al-Ghafur) 36.The Grateful, The Appreciative (al-Shakur) 37.The High, The Sublime (al-’Aliyy) 38.The Great (al-Kabir) 39.The Preserver (al-Hafiz) 40.The Protector, The Sustainer (al-Muqit) 41.The Reckoner (al-Hasib) 42.The Sublime One (al-Jali) 43.The Bountiful, The Gracious (al-Karim) 44.The Watcher, The Watchful (al-Raqib). 45.The Responsive, The Hearkener (al-Mujib) 46.The Infinite, The All-Embracing (al-Wasi’) 47.The Wise (al-Hakim al-Mutlaq) 48.The Loving (al-Wadud) 49.The Glorious (al-Majid) 50.The Resurrector (al Ba’ith)

15 51.The Witness (al-Shahid)The True (al- Haqq)The Advocate (al-Wakil)The Most Strong (al-Qawiyy)The Firm (al-Matin)The Patron (al-Waliyy)The Praiseworthy (al- Hamid)The Numberer (al-Muhsi)The Commencer (al-Mubdi)The Restorer (al- Mu’id)The Giver Of Life (al-Muhyi)The One Who Gives Death (al-Mumit)The Living One (al-Hayy)The Self-Subsisting (al-Qayyum)The Perceiver (al-Wajid)The One (al-Wahid)The Independent (al-Samad)The Powerful (al- Qadir)The Dominant (al-Muqtadir)The Giver (al-Muqaddim)The Retarder (al- Mu’akhkhir)The First (al-Awwal)The Last (al- Akhir)The Manifest (al-Zahir)The Hidden (al- Batin) 76.The Governor (al-Wali)The High Exalted (al- Muta’ali)The Righteous (al-Barr)The Relenting (al-Tawwab)The Forgiver (al- ’Afuww)The Avenger (al-Muntaquim)The Compassionate (al-Ra’uf)The Ruler Of The Kingdom (Malik al-Mulk)The Lord Of Majesty And Bounty (Dhu’l-Jalal wa’l-Ikram)The Equitable (al-Muqsit)The Gatherer, The Collector (al-Jami’)The Self-Sufficient (al- Ghani)The Enricher (al-Mughni)The Bestower (al-Mu’uti)The Withholder (al-Mani’)The Propitious (al-Nafi’)The Distresser (al- Darr)The Light (al-Nur)The Guide (al- Hadi)The Eternal (al-Azali)The Everlasting (al-Baqi)The Heir (al-Warith)The Guide To The Right Path (al-Rashid)The Patient (al- Sabur)


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