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    Allah in the Holy Quran

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    Assassin-Master

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    تاريخ التسجيل : 24/03/2009

    Allah in the Holy Quran

    مُساهمة  Assassin-Master في الخميس أبريل 09, 2009 3:04 pm

    Here we refer to only one topic. It is that of Allah and His relation with the world and man.

    If we consider only how the Holy Qur'an has dealt with this question and compare what the Holy Qur'an has said in this respect, with the ideas put forward by the human beings, the miraculousness of the Holy Qur'an becomes crystal clear.

    The Holy Quran has described Allah as free from all defects and all qualities not worthy of Him. On the other hand it has ascribed to Him all high attributes and mentioned His most beautiful names. There are some 15 verses in which Allah has been declared to be free from defects and drawbacks, and more than 50 verses in which His high attributes and most beautiful names have been mentioned.

    The Holy Qur'an is so precise in its description of Allah that its exposition has astonished the scholars of divinity.

    This in itself is a clear miracle of an unschooled and illiterate person. The Holy Quran has suggested all possible ways leading to the recognition of Allah. They include the study of the world and man, self-purification, and deep and careful consideration of life and existence. The most eminent philosophers of Islam admit that their strongest arguments have been inspired by the Holy Qur'an.



    According to the Holy Qur'an the relation of Allah with the world and the creation stands purely on the basis of monotheism. In other words, in regard to His actions and will Allah has neither a rival nor a partner. On the other hand all the actions, intentions and choices of all others are determined and destined by Him.

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