The attributes of Allah (99 Names) are
2)infinite in magnitude
If any of these rules are violated then shirk is inevitable.
by Jefsaid 7 years ago
It is entirely possible that our conscience is eternal. We may have always existed and may never cease to exist. While physically we might witness the birth and death of our perishable physical avatar, none of us can actually perceive our intellectual non-existence. So why is it...
by ROHIT RAWAL 7 years ago
Are we Eternal Like Allah Ta'ala ???Never was there a time when u did not exist, nor allah tala , nor all these peoples; nor in the future shall any of us cease to be.For the soul there is never birth nor death. Nor, having once been, does he ever cease to be. He is unborn, eternal, ever-existing,...
by Disappearinghead 7 years ago
Judaism and Islam thinks so, but the Church on the whole does not.I've seen a Christian claim that Allah is actually a derivative of the pagan god Bel. On the other hand I've also heard a counter argument that the semitic people were, just like the Arabs, originally polytheists. El was the supreme...
by Arjumand01 7 years ago
Since time immemorial, man has been believing that there should exist a supreme being, who or which brought about good or bad, things which man could not control himself, where thought of as being created or controlled by that being, a being with unimaginable power and capabilities. Man...
by aka-dj 7 years ago
I just posted the below in another thread, but, because it can get lost within all the other posts, I decided to repeat it in it's own new thread.Here it is:I am so amazed!!I look at the human body, and with what little I know, it is SSSOOO intricate, complex and perfectly well tuned to function,...
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