02b. Error of the trinity.

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                                                              February 2015 (1436 AH).

 

INDEX:
Trinity is not in the Gospel like stoning to death for adultery is not in the Koran.
Trinity is not in the Injil like stoning to death for adultery is not in the Quran.

Introduction.

1. The error of Trinity.
      1.1 The Trinity.

2. The Trinity of the father, the son and the holy ghost.

      2.1 Allaah the Father and the son of Allaah.

      2.2 Prophet Jesus Isa said that another prophet would come after him in the Gospel Injil.


3. The “son of Allaah” in the Torah Taurat.

      3.1 The “son of Allaah” in Judaism.

            How does Allaah use the word “son of Allaah” in the Torah?

      3.2 The correct understanding on the meaning of the word “son” as used by Allaah allows for the proper understanding in the use of the word “son” by Allaah in the Psalms.


4. The “son of Allaah” in the Gospel Injil.

      4.1. The “son of Allaah” in Christianity.

             The “son of Allaah” in the Gospel Injil is the same as “the son of Allaah” is the Torah Taurat.


5. The “son of Allaah” in the Quran.

      5.1 The “son of Allaah” in Islam.

            Misinterpretation of the meaning of “son of Allaah” was a major error in the interpretation of the Gospel Injil for which Allaah provided correction and explanation in the Quran,

      5.2 “Allaah has taken to Himself a son.”

      5.3 Why is “Allaah has taken a son” something awful to say?


6. The “son of Allaah” among the Jews in Arabia.

    The “daughters of Allaah” among the stone idol worshippers in Arabia.

     6.1 The “son of Allaah” and the “daughters of Allaah” in Arabia.


7. Jews, Christians and Muslims in 1436 AH 2015.

           Jews in 2015 1436 AH.

           Christians in 2015 1436 AH.

           Muslims in 2015 1436 AH.

           How can millions of Christians be misled to believe that Allaah is a Trinity when it is not in Allaah’s   Gospel Injil?

           How can millions of Muslims be misled to believe in stoning to death for adultery when it is not in Allaah’s Holy Quran?


8. Is Jesus Allaah?

    Is Isa Allaah? 

   8.1 What is Trinity?

   8.2 Some Christians believe that Jesus Isa is Allaah.

   8.3 What is the mistaken meaning of Trinity?

   8.4 What is the correct meaning of Trinity?

   8.5 What is a correct meaning for Father, Son and Holy Spirit?

   8.6 What does Allaah say in Torah Numbers 23:19?

   8.7 What does Allaah say in Torah Exodus 33:20?

   8.8 What does Jesus Isa say in the Gospel of John 14:28, 15:16, 16:26 and 20:17?

   8.9 What does Son of Allaah mean?

   8.10 What does Son of Man mean?

   8.11 Is Allaah real? 

   8.12 Was Jesus Isa killed on the cross?

   8.13 What happened to Jesus Isa at the end of his life?

   8.14 Jesus Isa transfigured on the earth.

   8.15 Prophet Muhammad ascended to heaven in the night journey and the ladder.

   8.16 Who is to blame for the death of Jesus Isa?

   8.17 Genesis and Enoch Idris reveal what happens when humans die.

   8.18 Elijah Ilias showed what happens when a human dies.

   8.19 Psalms 37 Allaah first promised eternal life after death in the Jewish Bible.

 

9. Correcting the error of the Trinity. 

   9.1 Why Allaah gave the Quran to the Jews and Christians when Allaah had already sent Moses Musa with the Torah Taurat and Jesus Isa with the Gospel Injil?

   9.2 Who is Allaah?

   9.3 Jewish Christian Muslim interfaith dialogue.  

 

10. The Gospel Injil explains why Allaah is not a Trinity.




Introduction.


Is Allaah a Trinity?

Allaah is not a Trinity because Allaah is one Allaah not three in a partnership.
Allaah is not a Trinity because Allaah has no partners.
Allaah is not a Trinity because Allaah alone rules all creation.
Allaah is not a Trinity because Allaah created Jesus Isa.
Allaah is not a Trinity because Allaah created Mary Maryam.
Allaah is not a Trinity because Allaah created the Holy Spirit angel Gabriel Jibril.

Gospel of John 1:1 In the beginning
 (before anything was created) was the Word (which Allaah had decreed), and the Word (which Allaah had decreed) was with Allaah, and the Word (which Allaah had decreed) was Allaah (meaning everything is decreed by Allaah).

Note 1. Before anything was created Allaah already existed.

Note 2. Before anything was created Allaah had decreed the past and the present and the future.


Gospel of John 1:2 He (meaning everything that Allaah had decreed) was with Allaah in the beginning (meaning Allaah decreed the past and the present and the future before anything was created).

Note 1. Before anything was created Allaah had decreed the past and the present and the future.

Note 2. The decree of the past present and future for every creation was with Allaah in the beginning.


Gospel of John 1:3 Through him (Allaah) all things were made, and without him (Allaah) not one thing was made that has been made.

Note 1. There is not one creation that Allaah has not created therefore Allaah created every creation including the Holy Spirit angel Gabriel Jibril and Jesus Isa who is a human and a prophet who foretells the future and a messenger who delivers the Gospel and a messiah anointed as a righteous servant of Allaah.


Gospel of John 1:5 And the light (of guidance) shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not mastered it (because darkness is removed when the light of guidance shines).

Note 1. Throughout history Allaah has sent prophets, messengers and messiahs to teach and preach the word of Allaah as a light to guide human behaviour.


Gospel of John 1:4 In him (Allaah) was life (that Allaah had decreed), and (in) that life (that Allaah had decreed there) was the light (of guidance) for humankind.

Note 1. In the life that Allaah created Allaah included guidance for human behaviour that is delivered by the prophets of Allaah who foretell the future and the messengers of Allaah who deliver the Books of Allaah (the Torah Taurat, Gospel Injil and Koran Quran).


Gospel of John 1:14 (Throughout history Allaah has guided humans with prophets, messengers and messiahs, and 2000 years ago Allaah sent another) and the Word (that Allaah had decreed before anything was created) became flesh (came into existence), and moved his tent in among us (meaning delivered the knowledge of Allaah’s existence to the Earth through a human prophet and messenger and messiah); and we beheld his glory, the glory as of an only begotten (meaning the only one in a time 2000 years ago to whom Allaah had given His favour, blessing and grace as a messenger of Allaah that was), passed on (to the created human called Jesus Isa) from a Father (Allaah who created Jesus Isa), full of grace and truth.

Note 1. What does Father mean?

Allaah is the Father of every creation meaning Allaah is the creator of every creation.

Note 2. What does begotten mean?

In the Torah Taurat and Gospel Injil begotten means create, give birth and give favour, blessing and grace.

Son means servant in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran.

Note 3. What does the only begotten mean?

In the Gospel Injil the only begotten means create, give birth and give favour, blessing and grace to the only servant of Allaah who has supreme authority to speak on the Earth as a prophet messenger and messiah in the name of Allaah to the people in his time.

Throughout history Allaah has put His favour and blessing and grace on a messenger of Allaah who was the leading servant of Allaah at that time.


Gospel of John 3:16 "For Allaah (who is the creator of every creation) so loved the world (that He created), that he (Allaah) gave (meaning created) his only begotten Son (Son means servant in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Quran, his only begotten servant Jesus Isa who is the human on whom Allaah gave favour, blessing and grace as the only servant of Allaah who had supreme authority to speak on the Earth as a prophet messenger and messiah in the name of Allaah to the people in his time 2000 years ago), so that everyone who believes in him (the message delivered by Jesus Isa in the Gospel Injil which came through the Holy Spirit angel Gabriel Jibril from Allaah) would not perish (in Hell fire), but have everlasting life (in Paradise).

Note 1. What does Son mean?

Son means servant.

Every creation is the willing or unwilling servant of Allaah.

The Gospel Injil is the story of one of the servants of Allaah.

Son does not mean a partner with Allaah or a part of Allaah or a biological relationship with Allaah.

In the Torah Taurat the children of Israel are called the Son of Allaah meaning the servant of Allaah.

Note 2. What does Son of Allaah mean?

The “son of Allaah” in the Gospel Injil is the same as “the son of Allaah” in the Torah Taurat. 

The word “son” is used to describe a relationship of fear, love and belief in Allaah and not a relationship where Allaah has a partner, descendent or an off-spring (children).

Partners, descendents and off-spring are part of the creation.

Allaah the creator has no need for partners, descendents and off-spring (children).

 

Before Jesus Allaah sent Moses 3200 years ago.

Before Isa Allaah sent Musa 3200 years ago.

"For Allaah (who is the creator of every creation) so loved the world (that He created), that he (Allaah) gave (meaning created) his only begotten Son (Son means servant in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Quran, his only begotten servant Moses Musa who is the human on whom Allaah gave favour, blessing and grace as the only servant of Allaah who had supreme authority to speak on the Earth as a prophet and messenger in the name of Allaah to the people in his time 3200 years ago), so that everyone who believes in him (the message delivered by Moses Musa in the Torah Taurat which came through the Holy Spirit angel Gabriel Jibril from Allaah) would not perish (in Hell fire), but have everlasting life (in Paradise).

 

After Jesus Allaah sent Muhammad 1400 years ago. 

After Isa Allaah sent Muhammad 1400 years ago.

"For Allaah (who is the creator of every creation) so loved the world (that He created), that he (Allaah) gave (meaning created) his only begotten Son (Son means servant in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Quran, his only begotten servant Muhammad who is the human on whom Allaah gave favour, blessing and grace as the only servant of Allaah who had supreme authority to speak on the Earth as a prophet and messenger in the name of Allaah to the people in his time 1400 years ago), so that everyone who believes in him (the message delivered by Muhammad in the Quran which came through the Holy Spirit angel Gabriel Jibril from Allaah) would not perish (in Hell fire), but have everlasting life (in Paradise).

Note 1. What is the message delivered by Prophet Muhammad?

Son means servant however 1400 years ago some people misunderstood the word son as a real biological partner with Allaah. 

The Quran warns against misunderstanding the word son as anything except servant.

Quran 19:93 Ayah 19:93 There is no one in the heavens and the earth who does not come to the Most Merciful (Allaah) except as a servant.

 

Why did Allaah reveal that another prophet would be sent after Jesus Isa? 

Misinterpretation of the meaning of “son of Allaah” was a major error in the interpretation of the Gospel Injil for which Allaah provided correction and explanation in the Quran.

In the Gospel Injil those who loved and feared Allaah believed prophet Jesus Isa.

Prophet Jesus Isa is called the “son of Allaah” meaning Prophet Jesus Isa was a servant of Allaah who loved and feared Allaah.

In the Gospel Injil those who truly believed in Allaah believed that Prophet Jesus Isa was a messenger from Allaah.

In the Gospel Injil all people who truly believed in Allaah are called children of Allaah meaning servants of Allaah.

The Gospel Injil is the story of Prophet Jesus Isa who is a man with the title the son of Allaah meaning the servant of Allaah.

The Gospel Injil says that those who believe in the “son” Prophet Jesus Isa believe in the “father” Allaah meaning that those who believe that Prophet Jesus Isa is a messenger of Allaah, they are the ones who really believe in Allaah and they know that Allaah is the Father of every creation meaning Allaah is the creator of every creation. 

If you believe Prophet Jesus Isa is sent by Allaah then you believe in Allaah. 

If you believe Prophet Jesus Isa then you believe the words that were revealed to Prophet Jesus Isa by Allaah.


Gospel of John 14:6 Jesus Isa says to him (Thomas), "I (Jesus Isa the messenger of Allaah) am the way (to understanding Allaah who is the creator of every creation), and the truth (of the existence of Allaah) and the life (after death in Paradise for the righteous among humans). No one (2000 years ago and after that time) comes to the Father (Allaah) except through me (Jesus Isa, meaning except through following the message from Allaah that was delivered through the Holy Spirit angel Gabriel Jibril to Jesus Isa in the Good News Gospel Injil).

Note 1. The messenger prophets from Allaah are the way and the truth and the life; no one comes to Allaah except through the teachings of Allaah’s messenger prophets.

3200 years ago the way to Allaah and the truth of Allaah and the life in the hereafter was through the teachings of Prophet Moses Musa.

2000 years ago the way to Allaah and the truth of Allaah and the life in the hereafter was through the teachings of Prophet Jesus Isa.

1400 years ago the way to Allaah and the truth of Allaah and the life in the hereafter was through the teachings of Prophet Muhammad.


Jesus said another prophet would come after Jesus in the Gospel of John 14:16, 15:26 – 15:27, 16:7 – 16:15. 

Isa said another prophet would come after Isa in the Gospel of John 14:16, 15:26 – 15:27, 16:7 – 16:15. 

See Gospel of John 14:16 here:

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-13-14   

See Gospel of John 15:26 – 15:27, 16:7 – 16:10 here: 

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-15-16a    

See Gospel of John 16:11 Judgements 1 to 34 here: 

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapter-16b

See Gospel of John 16:11 Judgements 35 to 39 after the end in section C. References here:

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapter-21

See Gospel of John 16:12 – 16:15 here: 

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-16c-18




1. The error of the Trinity.


1.1 The Trinity.

Trinity was decreed in 306 BH 325 CE 325 AD by humans who lived in the idol worshipping Roman Empire where people prayed to many stone gods that were in the form of humans.

A meeting of Christian scholars decreed that the Jewish Prophet Jesus Isa was Allaah in a human form.

This was done because the people in the idol worshipping Roman Empire could not accept the Jewish idea that Allaah was invisible.

However in the Gospel Injil Prophet Jesus Isa tells people not to pray to him because Prophet Jesus Isa has no power to hear prayer. Only Allaah has the power to hear prayer.


Gospel of John 16:26 "In that day you will ask in my name (“I pray to Allaah in the name of the messenger of Allaah who is Prophet Jesus Isa”), and I (Prophet Jesus Isa) do not say to you that I (Prophet Jesus Isa) will request of the Father (Allaah) on your behalf (Meaning that all prayer must be directed to Allaah, not to Prophet Jesus Isa).


Gospel of Matthew 23:9 And call no one on earth your father (Allaah), because there is only one father (Allaah) for you, the heavenly one.

Note 1. Allaah is not in one place but to show that Jesus Isa who is speaking on the Earth is not Allaah the expression Allaah in heaven is used.

 

The result of Trinity was the replacement of the old idol statues with new statues of Allaah in the form of the human Prophet Jesus Isa.

Allaah warned in the Torah Taurat that it was absolutely forbidden to make statues and to pray in front of such statues because that is idol worship.

 

Torah Deuteronomy 5:7 (The First commandment from Allaah) You shall have no other gods but Me (The one Allaah).

Note 1. The First commandment of Allaah means that only Allaah has the power to hear prayer because this power belongs to Allaah and no one else has this power except Allaah the creator. Creations that are either living or dead have no power to hear prayer.

 

Torah Deuteronomy 5:8 (The Second commandment from Allaah) You shall not make any graven (man made image, image carved on any surface such as on wood and stone and metal and glass, engraved images such as those made by scratching or cutting to make an) image (for worship or in a place of worship), even any image that looks like anything that is above you in heaven or that is on the Earth, or that is in the water or under the Earth.

Note 1. The Second commandment of Allaah means that only the invisible Allaah has the power to hear prayer and anything that can be seen has been created by Allaah and is a creation of Allaah, it is not Allaah.

 

Torah Deuteronomy 5:9 (The Third commandment from Allaah) You shall not bow down to them (any man made image) nor serve them (meaning do not direct pray to such an image, do not direct worship to such an image) because I the Lord your Allaah am a jealous Allaah (meaning pray to one Allaah only) and I give punishment to the father (who disobeys this command) and also to his children (who disobeys this command) and also to the third generation and to the fourth generation of them (the children of Israel) that hate me (by disobeying this command). (Continued in Torah Deuteronomy 5:10)

Note 1 on Torah Deuteronomy 5:9. The Third commandment of Allaah means that Allaah has forbidden the use of images during prayer or in the presence of prayer.

Note 2 on Torah Deuteronomy 5:9. The Third commandment of Allaah says that those that hate Allaah shall not keep these commandments.

 

Torah Deuteronomy 5:10 - And showing mercy to the thousandth generation of them that love Me (Allaah) and keep My commandments.

Note 1. The Third commandment of Allaah continues stating that those that love Allaah shall keep these commandments. If humans lived for 100 years then the thousandth generation of humans would be in 100,000 years.

Allaah made clear that no human can cancel the commandments in the Torah Taurat and certainly no human can cancel the first three commandments given by Allaah to Prophet Moses Musa and confirmed by both Prophet Jesus Isa and Prophet Muhammad.

It was because the children of Israel were not following the law in the Torah Taurat that Allaah sent his messenger Prophet Jesus Isa to the children of Israel to warn them to obey Allaah’s law in the Torah Taurat.

Allaah’s Quran is less restrictive compared to Allaah’s Torah Taurat as a blessing from Allaah to those who believe in Allaah but the Quran still includes these fundamental Torah Taurat commandments that Allaah revealed in the Torah Taurat would still be valid for the generation of humans who shall be living in 100,000 years after Allaah ordered those commandments some 3000 years ago.

 

After adopting the idea of Trinity, humans started to again make more statues of everything from Mary Maryam the mother of Jesus Isa and to what became statues of hundreds of dead human saints, praying to all of them as if they really had the power of Allaah the creator to hear their prayers.

 

Even though the Day of Judgment had not yet come the people were already declaring who was a saint and praying to those dead people before Allaah himself has given Allaah’s judgment on the matter.

 

By ignoring Allaah’s words in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil by believing human stories more than the Books of Allaah led many Christians to adopt idol worship by praying to dead people that Allaah created instead of praying to Allaah who is the creator of every creation.

 

Quran 22:3 Ayah 22:3 Among the people are those who dispute about things concerning Allaah without (understanding the) knowledge (which Allaah has revealed in His Books (the Torah Taurat, the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran), and follows every rebellious devil (meaning, follows everything that is rebellious against Allaah by doing what Allaah has forbidden).

 

Quran 14:4 Ayah 14:4 And We (Allaah) did not send any messenger (prophet) except with the language of their people, so that they might explain to them clearly (Allaah’s revelations); then Allaah makes whom He (Allaah) pleases to go astray (in error with the wrong understanding) and He (Allaah) guides (to the correct understanding) whom He (Allaah) pleases. He (Allaah) is the all mighty and the all wise.

Note 1. Misguidance from Allaah comes because of an incorrect faith in Allaah. 

Is Allaah a creation? 

Praying to a creation is the idol worship of something that Allaah created so it cannot be Allaah.

Is Allaah three persons in one? 

This is the idol worship by humans of something that is in the form of a human but we know that nothing that is like a human could create the Universe. 

Are you praying to Allaah the creator or do you pray to someone or something that Allaah created? 

Only Allaah the creator has the power to hear prayer.

Created things are not Allaah and so they do not have Allaah’s power to hear prayer.

Is Allaah the one creator of everything? 

This is the correct message from every prophet of Allaah. 

Guidance from Allaah comes from asking Allaah to forgive your faults sins wrongdoings and passing the tests sent to you by Allaah through doing the good things and rejecting the doing of evil things and thanking Allaah for whatever Allaah may send to you. 




2. The Trinity of the father, the son and the holy ghost.


2.1 Allaah the Father and the son of Allaah.

By making Prophet Jesus Isa a real biological son of Allaah instead of a prophet of Allaah some Christians are idol worshipping because they pray to Prophet Jesus Isa as if he is Allaah in a human form whose existence relies on a Trinity.

However there is only One Allaah and he is not made of different parts such as 3 parts of a Trinity.

Only the creation is made up of parts.

Allaah the creator needs no parts for Allaah’s existence.

Allaah created Prophet Jesus Isa.

In the Gospel Injil Prophet Jesus Isa prayed to Allaah).

In the Gospel Injil Prophet Jesus Isa never said, “Pray to Me.”

Prophet Elijah Ilias was raised to heaven in the Torah Taurat.

Prophet Jesus Isa was also raised to heaven in the Gospel Injil.

Both Prophet Elijah Ilias and Prophet Jesus Isa are humans that were created by Allaah.


Prophet Jesus Isa said;

Gospel of John 14:28 "You heard that I (Jesus Isa) said to you, 'I go away, and I will come to you.’ If you loved me (Jesus Isa), you would have rejoiced because I (Jesus Isa) go to the Father (Allaah), for the Father (Allaah) is greater than I (Jesus Isa).

Note 1. Prophet Jesus Isa never said he was Allaah.

Prophet Jesus Isa said Allaah was greater than him so no one in the hereafter shall be able to claim that Prophet Jesus Isa misled anyone to believe that he was not a messenger of Allaah like every previous messenger of Allaah.

 

Gospel of John 15:16 You did not choose me but I (Prophet Jesus Isa) chose you, and appointed you (as my disciples, as my followers) so that you would go and bear fruit (by spreading the belief in Allaah), and that your fruit would remain, so that whatever you ask of the Father (Allaah) in my name (meaning, “I pray to Allaah in the name of the messenger of Allaah who is Prophet Jesus Isa”), He (Allaah) may give to you. (Meaning that all prayer must be directed to Allaah, not to Prophet Jesus Isa).

 

Gospel of John 16:26 "In that day you will ask in my name (“I pray to Allaah in the name of the messenger of Allaah who is Prophet Jesus Isa”), and I (Prophet Jesus Isa) do not say to you that I (Prophet Jesus Isa) will request of the Father (Allaah) on your behalf (Meaning that all prayer must be directed to Allaah, not to Prophet Jesus Isa).

Note 1. Prophet Jesus Isa the created human reminds humans that Prophet Jesus Isa shall not pray to Allaah for you.

You yourself must pray to Allaah not to Prophet Jesus Isa because only Allaah the creator has power to grant requests.

Prophet Jesus Isa says this so that on the Day of Judgement no one shall be able to say that Prophet Jesus Isa misled the people to believe that Prophet Jesus Isa was Allaah.

 

Gospel of John 16:27 for the Father (Allaah) Himself loves you, because you have loved me (Prophet Jesus Isa the messenger of Allaah) and have believed that I (Prophet Jesus Isa) came forth from the Father (Allaah) (meaning that when you pray to Allaah, Allaah shall know that you believe that Jesus Isa is a messenger of Allaah and a prophet from Allaah so you must pray to Allaah, not to Prophet Jesus Isa).

Note 1. Prophet Jesus Isa never said “pray to me.”

Prophet Jesus Isa said every person must “pray to Allaah themselves.”

Prophet Jesus Isa said he shall “not pray to Allaah for you.”

Prophet Jesus Isa said pray to Allaah and ask Allaah for what you want “in the name of having obeyed Allaah’s message that was delivered by Allaah’s prophet Jesus Isa to do what is good and avoid what is evil”.

Prophet Jesus Isa said, pray like this “Allaah I pray to you in the name of prophet Jesus Isa who delivered your commandment to do what is good and avoid what is evil”.



2.2 Prophet Jesus Isa said that another prophet would come after him in the Gospel Injil.

Like every previous messenger of Allaah, Prophet Jesus Isa said that another messenger would come after him in the Gospel Injil, Gospel of John 14:16, 15:26 – 15:27, 16:7 – 16:15.

See Gospel of John 14:16 here:

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-13-14   

See Gospel of John 15:26 – 15:27, 16:7 – 16:10 here: 

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-15-16a    

See Gospel of John 16:11 Judgements 1 to 34 here: 

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapter-16b

See Gospel of John 16:11 Judgements 35 to 39 after the end in section C. References here:

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapter-21

See Gospel of John 16:12 – 16:15 here: 

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-16c-18  

 

See: Who is the Holy Ghost? What is the Holy Ghost? 

Who is the Holy Spirit? What is the Holy Spirit? 

05 god http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/who-is-the-holy-ghost  

05A allah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/who-is-the-holy-ghost-a

05B allaah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/who-is-the-holy-ghost-aa




3. The “son of Allaah” in the Torah Taurat.


3.1 The “son of Allaah” in Judaism.

How does Allaah use the word “son of Allaah” in the Torah?

What does the son of Allaah mean?

Who is the son of Allaah?

The son of Allaah in the Torah is a word of honour to those that believe in Allaah.

In the Torah, Allaah said that all the Children of Israel are “His son.”

All the Children of Israel are the son of Allaah.

 

The word son represents the love between a father and his son.

Allaah owns every creation so what is the meaning of “the son of Allaah” in Allaah’s Torah?

Allaah loves the Children of Israel like a father loves a son.

Son means “the grace of the love of Allaah” and son means “the favour of the love of Allaah”

 

Torah Deuteronomy 7:7 The Lord (Allaah) did not put His love on you, nor choose you, because you were greater in number than any (other) people, for you were the fewest of all (other) peoples. – (Continued Deuteronomy 7:8).

Torah Deuteronomy 7:8 But because the Lord (Allaah) loved you (the children of Israel), and because He (Allaah) would keep the oath that He (Allaah) swore to your fathers…”)

 

Torah Exodus 4:21 And the Lord (Allaah) said to (prophet) Moses Musa, “When you go back into Egypt make sure you show to the Pharaoh Firon (the King of Egypt) all the wonders (miracles) that I have put in your hand (meaning, show what I have given to you as proof to him that you speak the truth), but I (Allaah) shall harden his (the Pharaoh’s Firon’s) heart and he shall not let the people go.

Torah Exodus 4:22 And you (Prophet Moses Musa) shall say to Pharaoh Firon, The Lord (Allaah) says, “Israel is My son, My first born.” (Meaning, the people of Israel are Allaah’s son because they are the people to whom Allaah made a promise to their fathers to support for as long as they worship Allaah).

Torah Exodus 4:23 And I (Allaah) have said to you (Pharaoh Firon), Let My son go so that he may serve Me (Allaah) and you (Pharaoh Firon) have refused to let him go…”)

Note 1. In Torah, Exodus 4:22, 4:23 Allaah said that all the Children of Israel are “His son”.

A father loves His son and a good son is obedient to his father.

Allaah uses the word “son” to mean a servant of Allaah. 

 


3.2 The correct understanding on the meaning of the word “son” as used by Allaah allows for the proper understanding in the use of the word “son” by Allaah in the Psalms Zabur of David Dawud.

The Psalms Zabur are songs with musical instruments used in ancient Israel in the time of the prophets and chanted by both the Levites (assistants to the priests) and the people assembled to praise Allaah and comment on the revelations of Allaah and discuss what is right and what is wrong.

This Psalm is directed to the Kings (the leaders) and the Judges in the world.

Torah Palms 2:6 Truly I (Allaah) have established My king (the ruler) on Zion, My holy mountain (Zion is in the hills of Jerusalem Al-Quds, known as the city of David, Zion later included the area of the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem and sometimes Zion referred to all of Jerusalem Al-Quds).

Torah Palms 2:7 I shall tell of the decree (from Allaah). The Lord (Allaah) said to me (The King, the ruler), “You are My son, This day I (Allaah) have begotten (meaning given My favour and My blessing and My grace to) you.

Note 1. When Allaah said "you are my son" this means "you are my servant."

 

Torah Palms 2:8 Ask of Me (Allaah) and I shall give the nations for your inheritance, and the ends of the earth for your possession. (Meaning that Allaah has blessed you with belief in Allaah so ask Allaah for anything you desire).

Torah Palms 2:10 Now therefore (all) you Kings (rulers on the Earth) be wise (because Allaah holds the power to give and take away Allaah’s favour, Allaah’s grace from you). Be warned (all) you judges on the Earth.

Torah Palms 2:11 Serve the Lord (Allaah) with fear (of punishment if you are unjust). And rejoice with trembling (so as to remember that it is Allaah who gives joy and who gives punishment).




4. The “son of Allaah” in the Gospel Injil.


4.1 The “son of Allaah” in Christianity.

The “son of Allaah” in the Gospel Injil is the same as “the son of Allaah” is the Torah Taurat.

The word “son” is used to describe a relationship of fear, love and belief in Allaah and not a relationship where Allaah has a partner, descendent or an off-spring (children).

Partners, descendents and off-spring are part of the creation.

Allaah the creator has no need for partners, descendents and off-spring (children).

 

Those who love and fear Allaah are called “the son of Allaah” in the Torah Taurat and they are the Children of Israel.

The title Israel means “solder of Allaah” or “warrior of Allaah” and is the title given to Prophet Jacob Yaqub. Those who followed Allaah’s command to defeat idol worship are called Israelites meaning “solders of Allaah” or “warriors of Allaah.”

“Son of Allaah" meaning servant or “solder of Allaah" meaning Israel or “warrior of Allaah" meaning Israel are titles of honour.




5. The “son of Allaah” in the Quran.


5.1 The “son of Allaah” in Islam.

Misunderstanding the meaning of “son of Allaah” was a major error in the interpretation of the Gospel Injil for which Allaah provided correction and explanation in the Quran.

 

In the Gospel Injil, those who loved and feared Allaah believed prophet Jesus Isa.

Jesus Isa is called the “son of Allaah” meaning Jesus Isa is the servant of Allaah.

In the Gospel Injil those who truly believed in Allaah believed that Prophet Jesus Isa was a messenger from Allaah.

 

Prophet Jesus Isa is the man who is called the “son of Allaah” because he is the servant authorized 2000 years ago to deliver the word of Allaah as a prophet of Allaah who foretells the future and as a messenger of Allaah who delivers the Allaahpel Injil.

 

The Gospel Injil says that those who believe in the “son” Prophet Jesus Isa also believe in Allaah the “father” meaning that those who believe that Prophet Jesus Isa is a messenger of Allaah, they are the ones who really believe in Allaah who created Jesus Isa and every other creation.

If you believe Prophet Jesus Isa is sent by Allaah then you believe in Allaah.

If you believe Prophet Jesus Isa then you believe that Prophet Jesus Isa is a messenger of Allaah.

 

The messengers (prophets) from Allaah are the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to Allaah but through Allaah’s messengers (prophets).

 

In the Gospel of John 14:6 Prophet Jesus Isa said to him (Thomas), "I am the way, and the truth, and the life; no one comes to the Father (Allaah) but through Me.”

Note 1. Prophet Jesus Isa said “I am the light, the way and the life; no one comes to the Father (Allaah) but through Me.”.

1400 years ago Prophet Jesus Isa was the light, the way and the life; no one came to the Lord of all creation (Allaah) but through Prophet Jesus Isa.

The light is the revelation of guidance that Prophet Jesus Isa delivered from Allaah in the Gospel Injil.

The way is the way Prophet Jesus Isa showed humans to understand the message that Allaah revealed to Prophet Jesus Isa in the Gospel Injil.

The life is the message from Allaah delivered through Prophet Jesus Isa of the promise of life after death in the Hereafter in the Gospel Injil.

No one comes to Allaah the Father but through Me means that those who ignore the message of Allaah to pray only to Allaah and do good deeds and avoid doing evil deeds as delivered through Prophet Jesus Isa have rejected Allaah and therefore Allaah shall reject them on the Day of Judgement.

Starting from the time of Prophet Jesus Isa until the arrival of the next Prophet from Allaah; No one comes to Allaah the Father except those that followed Allaah’s commands in the Gospel Injil to do good and reject evil that were sent through Prophet Jesus Isa confirming this commandment in the Torah Taurat.


Before Prophet Jesus Isa there was Prophet Moses Musa.

3200 years ago Prophet Moses Musa was the light, the way and the life; no one came to the Lord of all creation (Allaah) but through Prophet Moses Musa.

The light was the revelation of guidance that Prophet Moses Musa delivered from Allaah in the Torah Taurat.

The way is the way Prophet Moses Musa showed humans to understand the message that Allaah revealed to Prophet Moses Musa in the Torah Taurat.

The life is the message from Allaah delivered through Prophet Moses Musa in the Torah Taurat of the promise of life after death in the Hereafter.

No one comes to the Lord (Allaah) but through Prophet Moses Musa means that those who ignore the message of Allaah to pray only to Allaah and do good deeds and avoid doing evil deeds as delivered through Prophet Moses Musa have rejected Allaah and therefore Allaah shall reject them on the Day of Judgement.

Starting from the time of Prophet Moses Musa until the arrival of the next Prophet from Allaah; No one comes to the Lord (Allaah) except those that followed Allaah’s commands that were sent through Prophet Moses Musa in the Torah Taurat.


After Prophet Jesus Isa was Prophet Muhammad.

1400 years ago Prophet Muhammad was the light, the way and the life; no one comes to the Lord of all creation (Allaah) but through Prophet Muhammad.”

The light is the revelation of guidance that Prophet Muhammad delivered from Allaah in the Quran.

The way is the way Prophet Muhammad showed humans to understand the message that Allaah revealed to Prophet Muhammad in the Quran.

The life is the message from Allaah delivered through Prophet Muhammad in the Quran of the promise of life after death in the Hereafter.

No one comes to the Lord (Allaah) but through Prophet Muhammad means that those who ignore the message of Allaah to pray only to Allaah and do good deeds and avoid doing evil deeds as delivered through Prophet Muhammad have rejected Allaah and therefore Allaah shall reject them on the Day of Judgement.

Starting from the time of Prophet Muhammad until the Day of Judgement; No one comes to the Lord (Allaah) except those that followed Allaah’s commands that were sent through Prophet Muhammad in the Quran.



5.2 “Allaah has taken to Himself a son.”

Quran 19:88 And they (the Christians) say, “The Most Merciful (Allaah) has taken to Himself a (real biological) son.”

Note 1. It is incorrect to say Allaah has created a real biological son as a partner because the word son means servant.

Quran 19:89 Ayah 19:89 Certainly you (the Christians) have said an awful thing.

Quran 19:90 Ayah 19:90 Whereby the heavens nearly become torn, and the earth almost becomes split apart and the mountains almost fall in ruins,

Quran 19:91 Ayah 19:91 That they (the Christians) should attribute a (real biological) son to the Most Merciful (Allaah).

Quran 19:92 Ayah 19:92 It is not appropriate for the Most Merciful (Allaah) that He (Allaah) should take a (real biological) son.

Quran 19:93 Ayah 19:93 There is no one in the heavens and the earth who does not come to the Most Merciful (Allaah) except as a servant.

Quran 19:94 Ayah 19:94 He (Allaah) knows every one of them (meaning, Allaah knows every servant whom Allaah has created).

Quran 19:95 Ayah 19:95 And each one of them shall come to Him (Allaah) on the Day of Resurrection, alone.

Quran 19:96 Ayah 19:96 Those who have believed and did good deeds, the Most Merciful (Allaah) shall appoint in the Hereafter for them affection (in their hearts for Allaah and each other).



5.3 Why is “Allaah has taken a son” something awful to say?

Prophet Jesus Isa is a created human and he shall be in Paradise with all other created humans.


Quran 19:81 Ayah 19:81 And they have taken (to praying to creations that they mistakenly call) god instead of (correctly) praying to Allaah (the One who created all the creations to which they pray) to give them (means to give a human or an idol) honour, power and glory (in the belief that this shall protect a person from Allaah’s punishment in the Hereafter).


Quran 19:82 Ayah 19:82 No, instead (they shall find in the Hereafter that those to whom they mistook for god) shall deny their prayers (because creations have no power to hear pray, only Allaah who created the creations has the power to hear prayer) and they shall be opponents (maybe saying something like this, “I did not tell you to pray to me, I have no power to hear pray because I am a creation like you and all creations depend on Allaah the creator).

Note 1. It is incorrect to say Allaah has created a real biological son as a partner because the word son means servant.

The word “son” is used to describe a servant in a relationship of fear, love and belief in Allaah and not a relationship where Allaah has a partner, descendent or an off-spring (children) with whom Allaah shares power.




6. The “son of Allaah” among the Jews in Arabia. 

The “daughters of Allaah” among the stone idol worshippers in Arabia.


6.1 The “son of Allaah” and the “daughters of Allaah” in Arabia.

A Jew in Yathrib Arabia (later called Medina Arabia today Madinah Saudi Arabia) who was with a gathering of other Jews said, “Prophet Ezra Uzair is the son of Allaah” and he was not corrected by other Jews with him.

“Prophet Ezra Uzair is the son of Allaah” was said as a way of rejecting the Jewish need for Prophet Muhammad.

It might be said that the Jew was arguing that since the Christians have a son of Allaah named Jesus Isa that saves the Christians from Hell fire, then in the same way the Jews have their own son of Allaah named Prophet Ezra Uzair who saves the Jews from Hell Fire.

This is an argument invented by Jews in Yathrib in the time that Prophet Muhammad lived in Yathrib because it has not been reported that Jews elsewhere before that time and after that time called Prophet Ezra Uzair the son of Allaah.

It shows how some of the Jews of Yathrib talked in the name of Allaah with disrespect.

Such talk in the ears of the Muslims of Yathrib would have sounded the same as the talk of the stone idol worshippers in Mecca Arabia (today Makkah Saudi Arabia) whom the Muslims were fighting.

The stone idol worshippers of Mecca Arabia believed that angels are the daughters of Allaah.

This kind of talk by a Jew in Yathrib would have sounded to the ears of Muslims like the talk of a person that did not correctly understand the nature of Allaah because Allaah alone is the ruler of the heavens and the Earth..


 

 

7. Jews, Christians and Muslims in 1436 AH 2015.

Jews in 1436 AH 2015 2015 CE 2015 AD.

Today in 1436 AH 2015 2015 CE 2015 AD there are Jews who understand what is revealed in Allaah’s Torah Taurat and they pray only to Allaah, the creator.

 

Christians in 1436 AH 2015 2015 CE 2015 AD.

Today in 1436 AH 2015 2015 CE 2015 AD there are Christians who understand what is revealed in Allaah’s Gospel Injil and they pray only to Allaah, the creator.

 

Muslims in 1436 AH 2015 2015 CE 2015 AD.

Today in 1436 AH 2015 2015 CE 2015 AD there are Muslims who understand what is revealed in Allaah’s Quran and they pray only to Allaah, the creator.

 

How can millions of Christians be misled to believe that Allaah is a Trinity when it is not in Allaah’s Gospel Injil?

And how can millions of Muslims be misled to believe in stoning to death for adultery when it is not in Allaah’s Holy Quran?


Quran 38:80 Ayah 38:80 He (Allaah) said, “You (Iblis Satan Shaitan) are delayed (from your punishment).

Quran 38:81 Ayah 38:81 Until the appointed day and time (the Day of Resurrection).

Quran 38:82 Ayah 38:82 He (Iblis Satan Shaitan) said, “By then I shall have misled all of them (humans).”

 

 

8. Is Jesus Allaah?

Is Isa Allaah?

Is Trinity true or false?

 

8.1 What is Trinity?

What is the Trinity?

Trinity is the relationship between Jesus Isa, Allaah and the Holy Spirit.

Trinity is the relationship between Jesus Isa, Allaah and the Holy Ghost.

 

 

8.2 Some Christians believe that Jesus Isa is Allaah.

What happened at the Council of Nicea in 305 BH 19 June 325 325 AD 325 CE today in Turkey?

Why did the Council of Nicea mistakenly decide that Jesus Isa is Allaah?

Why did the Council of Nicea not correctly decide that Jesus Isa is a human prophet of Allaah?

How was Trinity established at the Council of Nicaea Nicea Nicene?

The Nicaea Council. The Nicea Council. The Nicene Council.

See http://www.equip.org/articles/what-really-happened-at-nicea-

 

 

8.3 What is the mistaken meaning of Trinity?

The mistaken meaning of Trinity is that Jesus Isa, Allaah and the Holy Spirit are one and the same.

The mistaken meaning of Trinity is that Jesus Isa, Allaah and the Holy Spirit are the same.

The mistaken meaning of Trinity is that Jesus Isa, Allaah and the Holy Spirit are indistinguishable.

The mistaken meaning of Trinity is that Jesus Isa, Allaah and the Holy Spirit are equal.

The mistaken meaning of Trinity is that Jesus Isa, Allaah and the Holy Spirit are alike.

The mistaken meaning of Trinity is that Jesus (sa, Allaah and the Holy Spirit are impossible to tell apart.

Trinity is the mistaken belief that Jesus Isa is Allaah and therefore Jesus Isa has existed eternally and therefore Jesus Isa is not a creation.

This is the belief of some Christians. 

This is not the belief of all Christians.

In the time of Prophet Muhammad some Christians prayed to the Virgin Mary and considered that she was part of the Trinity with the power to hear pray because she was the mother of Jesus Isa. 

This is not the belief of all Christians.

Some Christians understand the correct meaning of Trinity.

 

 

8.4 What is the correct meaning of Trinity?

The correct meaning of Trinity is that Jesus Isa, Allaah and the Holy Spirit are different.

The correct meaning of Trinity is that Jesus Isa, Allaah and the Holy Spirit are different.

The correct meaning of Trinity is that Jesus Isa, Allaah and the Holy Spirit are different.

The correct meaning of Trinity is that Jesus Isa, Allaah and the Holy Spirit are different.

The correct meaning of Trinity is that Jesus Isa, Allaah and the Holy Spirit are different.

The correct meaning of Trinity is that Jesus Isa, Allaah and the Holy Spirit are different.

Trinity is the correct belief that Jesus Isa who is a prophet of Allaah has not existed eternally because Jesus Isa is a human who is a creation.

This is the belief of Muslims.

This is the belief of the religion of Islam.

 

 

8.5 What is a correct meaning for Father, Son and Holy Spirit?

The correct belief in Jesus Isa is as a human who is a prophet of Allaah.

A correct meaning for Father (Allaah) is the one creator of every creation.

A correct meaning for Son is the human who believes in Allaah. 

In Torah, Exodus 4:22, 4:23 Allaah said that all the Children of Israel are “His son” meaning His servant..

A correct meaning for Holy Spirit is the angel that reveals Allaah to the human heart.

Who is the Holy Ghost? 

Who is the Holy Spirit? 

05 god http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/who-is-the-holy-ghost  

05A allah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/who-is-the-holy-ghost-a 

 

 

8.6 What does Allaah say in Torah Numbers 23:19?

Allaah is not a man.

Allaah is not the son of man.

Who is Allaah in the Torah?

What does Allaah say in the Torah?

What does Allaah say in the Taurat?

 

Torah Numbers 23:19 Allaah is not a man, that He (Allaah) should lie; neither the son of man (a human, so), that He (Allaah) should repent: when He (Allaah) has said (something), will He (Allaah) not do it? Or when He (Allaah) has spoken, will He (Allaah) not make it (His promise) good?

 

Note 1. Allaah is not a man (Torah Numbers 23:19).

Allaah is not the son of man (Torah Numbers 23:19).

Allaah is not a man so Allaah cannot be the son of man (Torah Numbers 23:19).

 

Note 2. Allaah is not a human (Torah Numbers 23:19).

Allaah is not the son of a human (Torah Numbers 23:19).

Allaah is not a human so Allaah cannot be the son of a human (Torah Numbers 23:19).

 

Note 3. Allaah is not a man so Allaah cannot be the son of man (Torah Numbers 23:19).

Every time the word son of man is used in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil Allaah is testing humans to show which humans remember that Allaah said He (Allaah) is not the son of man (a human) in Torah Numbers 23:19.

 

Note 4. In the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil anyone Allaah calls a son of man cannot be Allaah.

 

Note 5. Allaah is not the one who should repent for your sins shows that the correct interpretation of the Gospel Injil cannot be that Jesus Isa died for your sins because Allaah has revealed that Allaah is not a man and Allaah is not the son of man so that he should repent for your sin (Torah Numbers 23:19).

This means that Allaah is not a human (Torah Numbers 23:19).

Only a human can repent for their sin.

 

Note 6. Only the person who sinned has the power to repent for their sin.

Allaah is showing that no human can repent for your sin.

You must pray sincerely to Allaah and ask for forgiveness. 

Allaah promises to forgive every sin if you are correctly guided and have the sincere intention to improve yourself in mind and action

 

Note 7. Jesus Isa is human so Jesus Isa can only repent for his own sin.

 

Note 8. Jesus Isa died a human death. 

Death does not remove sin.  

Every human dies and their soul is then raised up to heaven to the care of Allaah.

 

Note 9. Those who sinned before the time of Jesus Isa were saved by Allaah if they repented for their sin by praying to Allaah for forgiveness and by improving their mind and action.

 

Note 10.  Those who sinned after the time of Jesus Isa are also saved by Allaah if they repented for their sin by praying to Allaah for forgiveness and by improving their mind and action.

 

Note 11. Those who sin today are also saved by Allaah if they repent for their sin by praying to Allaah for forgiveness and by improving their mind and action.

 

Note 12. Jesus Isa is a prophet and messenger like all other prophets and messengers of Allaah who brought the same message from Allaah which is to pray only to Allaah as Allaah decreed in Torah Deuteronomy 5:7, 5:8, 5:9 and 5:10 because Allaah said these commandments can never be ignored except by those who hate Allaah.

 

Note 13. Jesus Isa is a prophet and a messenger who has a human soul like all the other prophets and messengers of Allaah.

 

Note 14. Jesus Isa and all the other messengers and prophets of Allaah all brought the same message from Allaah.

 

Note 15. Jesus Isa and all the other messengers and prophets of Allaah said pray to Allaah for forgiveness and repent by correcting and improving your mind (thoughts, thinking) and actions (deeds, behaviour).

 

Note 16. Jesus Isa only prayed to Allaah.

Jesus Isa and all the other messengers and prophets of Allaah where all praised by their followers in their time but all prayer was only to Allaah who is the creator of every creation.

 

Note 17. Allaah sent Prophet Muhammad to the Jews and the Christians with this message; do not lower or elevate Prophet Jesus Isa from his proper position as a messenger and a prophet of Allaah.

 

Quran 5:77 Ayah 5:77 (Prophet Muhammad) say (to the Christians and the Jews of Yathrib Arabia today Saudi Arabia), “O People of the Scripture, do not follow anything in your religion except the truth (do not lower or elevate Prophet Jesus Isa from his proper position as a messenger and prophet of Allaah), and do not follow the selfish desires of people who went astray (from Allaah) in the times of old and who led many people astray with them, away from the right path (to Allaah because of their extreme interpretation of what is moderate and proper).”

 

Note 18. All the messengers from Allaah are human.

All the prophets from Allaah are human.

All the messengers and prophets of Allaah are the son of man because they are all humans.

All of Allaah’s messengers and prophets delivered the same message which is to pray only to the one Allaah who created every creation and who commands that humans do what is good (righteous) and stay away from what is bad (evil).

  

Note 19. The true belief in Allaah is the belief in all the messengers and prophets of Allaah.

The true belief in Allaah is that all the messengers and prophets of Allaah revealed the same message of the existence of the one creator and the correctness of praying only to the one Allaah who is the creator of every creation.

 

Quran 4:150 Ayah 4:150 Those who do not have faith in Allaah and (all) His (Allaah’s) messengers and wish to make some difference between Allaah and His (Allaah’s) messengers (by having faith in Allaah and no faith in some of Allaah’s messengers) saying, "We believe in some but reject others" and wish to adopt a middle course (accepting some prophets and rejecting other prophets).   

 

Quran 4:151 Ayah 4:151 – They are true disbelievers (in Allaah). We (Allaah) have prepared for those with no faith in Allaah a severe punishment (in the hereafter).

 

Quran 4:152 Ayah 4:152 But those who have faith in Allaah and (all) His (Allaah’s) messengers and make no difference between any of them (the messengers and prophets), We (Allaah) shall give those with faith (in Allaah and faith in all his messengers and prophets) their rewards (in the hereafter). Allaah is always ready to forgive and He (Allaah) is most merciful.

 

Note 20. Trinity is not in the Gospel Injil in the same way as stoning to death for adultery is not in the Koran Quran.

Both Trinity and stoning to death for adultery come from the hadith stories of humans.

 

Stoning to death for adultery and Allaah’s Quran.

When the human story (hadith) of stoning to death for adultery which is not mentioned in the Quran is forgotten then all of Allaah’s books (the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil) and the Quran) all agree that Allaah removed stoning to death for adultery.

See: The error of stoning to death for adultery.

How Allaah removed stoning to death for adultery in the Torah Taurat, Gospel Injil and Quran.

24 god/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-24-stoning-to-death-for-adultery-is-not-in-the-quran   

24a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-24-stoning-to-death-for-adultery-is-not-in-the-koran 

24b allah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-24-stoning-to-death-for-adultery-is-not-in-the-quran

24c allaah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-24-stoning-to-death-for-adultery-is-not-in-al-koran

24b allaah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-24-stoning-to-death-for-adultery-is-not-in-al-quran    

 

 

8.7 What does Allaah say in Torah Exodus 33:20?

No human can see the face of Allaah and live.

No human can look at the face of Allaah and live.

Torah Exodus 33:20 And He (Allaah) said: ‘You (Prophet Moses Musa) cannot see My (Allaah’s) face, for man shall not see Me (Allaah) and live.'

Note 1. Jesus Isa is not Allaah.

Jesus Isa is a created human.

Just as Allaah created Adam without a mother and a father, Allaah created Eve without a mother and Allaah created Jesus Isa without a father.


Corinthians 15:14 And if Christ has not been raised, our preaching is useless and so is your faith.

Note 1. If you believe that Jesus Isa is Allaah then 1 Corinthians 15:14 is correct and your faith is useless because the belief that a human is Allaah is called idol worship.

Note 2. If you believe that Jesus Isa is a prophet like every prophet that came before him then your faith is the same as the faith of every human who believed in the prophets before Jesus Isa.

Note 3. The good news in the Koran Quran that Allaah protected Prophet Jesus Isa from death on the cross like Allaah protected Prophet Ishmael Ismail from thirst in the desert and protected Prophet Isaac Ishaq from slaughter shows that the lesson Allaah teaches humans is to look after every life that Allaah has created. 


The Gospel confirms that no human killed Jesus.
The Injil confirms that no human killed Isa.

Gospel of John 10:18 No one takes it (my life) from me (Jesus Isa); I lay it down (my life) of myself (voluntarily as Allaah has ordered Jesus Isa to do). I (Jesus Isa) have authority (from Allaah) to lay it down (on the cross where humans shall try to kill Jesus Isa through crucifixion) and I (Jesus Isa) have authority (by the order of Allaah) to take it (my life) up again (as proof that no one killed Jesus Isa)this order I have received from my Father (Allaah).

Note 1. Allaah is the Father of every creation including Jesus Isa.

Note 2. Son of Allaah means Servant of Allaah. Jesus Isa is the Servant of Allaah. 

Son of Allaah means Slave of Allaah. Jesus Isa is the Slave of Allaah. 

Note 3. Son of Allaah means servant and slave of Allaah in the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran but some people have misunderstood Son to mean a real biological relationship or partnership with Allaah.

Note 4. Jesus Isa is a creation and every creation is a servant of Allaah not a partner with Allaah or a biological relation with Allaah. 


See the Gospel Injil explained by the Torah Taurat and the Koran Quran.

See 1. Injil of Isa by Mark. 

Gospel of Mark https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-mark-1-5    

See 2. Injil of Isa by Matthew. 

Gospel of Matthew https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-matthew-1-7

See 3. Injil of Isa by Luke. 

Gospel of Luke https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-377-signs-of-prophet-muhammad-in-the-gospel-of-luke    

See 4. Injil of Isa by John. 

Gospel of John https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-1-3 

 

 

8.8 What does Jesus Isa say in the Gospel of John 14:28, 15:16, 16:26 and 20:17? 

Jesus Isa said do not pray to me, pray to Allaah.

In the Gospel, Jesus is not Allaah.

In the Gospel, Isa is not Allaah.

What does Jesus Isa say in the Gospel Injil?


Gospel of John 14:28 "You heard that I (Jesus Isa) said to you, 'I go away, and I will come to you.’ If you loved me (Jesus Isa), you would have rejoiced because I (Jesus Isa) go to the Father (Allaah), for the Father (Allaah) is greater than I (Jesus Isa).

 

Note 1. Prophet Jesus Isa said Allaah is greater than him so no one in the hereafter shall be able to claim that Prophet Jesus Isa misled anyone to believe that he was not a messenger of Allaah like every previous messenger of Allaah.

 

Note 2. Just as Allaah created Adam without the need of a mother and a father, Allaah created Eve without the need of a mother and Allaah created Jesus Isa without the need of a father.

 

Note 3. Like every previous messenger of Allaah, Prophet Jesus Isa said that another messenger would come after him in the Gospel Injil, Gospel of John 14:16, 15:26 – 15:27, 16:7 – 16:15.

See Gospel of John 14:16 here:

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-13-14   

See Gospel of John 15:26 – 15:27, 16:7 – 16:10 here: 

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-15-16a    

See Gospel of John 16:11 Judgements 1 to 34 here: 

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapter-16b

See Gospel of John 16:11 Judgements 35 to 39 after the end in section C. References here:

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapter-21

See Gospel of John 16:12 – 16:15 here: 

https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-16c-18

 

Note 4. Only a human says “My Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me.”

Why did Jesus say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

Why did Isa say my Allaah my Allaah why have you forsaken me?

308 god https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/why-did-jesus-say-my-god-my-god-why-have-you-forsaken-me 
308A 
allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/why-did-isa-say-my-god-my-god-why-have-you-forsaken-me 
308B 
allaah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/why-did-prophet-hadhrat-hadrat-hazrat-jesus-isa-say-my-allah-my-allah-why-have-you-forsaken-me

 

Gospel of John 15:16 You did not choose me but I (Prophet Jesus Isa) chose you, and appointed you (as my disciples, as my followers) so that you would go and bear fruit (by spreading the belief in Allaah), and that your fruit would remain, so that whatever you ask of the Father (Allaah) in my name (meaning, “I pray to Allaah in the name of the messenger of Allaah who is Prophet Jesus Isa”), He (Allaah) may give to you. (Meaning that all prayer must be directed to Allaah, not to Prophet Jesus Isa).

 

Gospel of John 16:26 "In that day you will ask in my name (“I pray to Allaah in the name of the messenger of Allaah who is Prophet Jesus Isa”), and I (Prophet Jesus Isa) do not say to you that I (Prophet Jesus Isa) will request of the Father (Allaah) on your behalf (Meaning that all prayer must be directed to Allaah, not to Prophet Jesus Isa).

Note 1. Prophet Jesus Isa the created human reminds humans that Prophet Jesus Isa shall not pray to Allaah for you.

You yourself must pray to Allaah not to Prophet Jesus Isa because only Allaah the creator has power to grant requests.

Prophet Jesus Isa says this so that on the Day of Judgement no one shall be able to say that Prophet Jesus Isa misled the people to believe that Prophet Jesus Isa was Allaah.

 

Gospel of John 20:17 Jesus Isa says to her, “Do not cleave (hold on) to me (with amazement, believe me I am not dead), for I have not yet ascended to the Father (Allaah): but (instead of holding on to me) go to my brothers (followers, disciples), and tell them; “I am ascending to my Father and your Father; to my Allaah and your Allaah.”

Note 1. The physical human body is only needed for the existence of a human on the earth. 

I have not yet ascended to my Father (Allaah, meaning my soul has not yet been taken to Allaah which means that I (Prophet Jesus Isa) am still alive on the Earth.

Jesus tells us he is not Allaah.

Jesus tells us that his Allaah is the same Allaah that created every human.

Jesus said I am ascending to Allaah who is my Allaah and your Allaah.

Jesus said Allaah is my Allaah and your Allaah.

Jesus said I am ascending to Allaah the Father who is my Father and your Father.

Jesus said Father is my Father and your Father.

Jesus worshiped Allaah who is his Allaah and your Allaah.

Jesus worshiped Allaah the Father who is his Father and your Father.

Jesus tells us that Allaah is the Father of every human because Allaah is the creator of every human.

Jesus said “I am ascending to Allaah.”

Jesus said “I am ascending to my Allaah and your Allaah.”

Jesus tells us he is not Allaah.

Jesus is created by Allaah.

Jesus is following the orders of Allaah.

Jesus explains that his soul shall ascend to Allaah just as every human soul ascends to Allaah.

The human body is not needed in heaven.

The human body is only needed on the Earth.

The Earth is the resting place for the human body.

Heaven is the resting place for the human soul.

 

Quran 4:158 Ayah 4:158 Allaah took him (the soul of Prophet Jesus Isa) up to Himself (Allaah) (just as Allaah takes every human soul up to Himself)Allaah is all powerful (able to do all things) and He (Allaah) is all wise.

Note 1. The physical human body is only needed for the existence of a human on the earth.

In heaven the soul of a human does not need food to eat or water to drink so it does not require a physical body for its existence.

In Heaven a body will be given to the soul of each human on the Day of Resurrection so that pleasure in Paradise or punishment in Hell can be experienced.

  

 

8.9 What does Son of Allaah mean?

How did Son of Allaah meaning believer of Allaah become misunderstood by some as a real son of Allaah?

What does Son of Allaah mean?

305 god https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/what-does-son-of-god-mean 
305A 
allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/what-does-son-of-allah-mean 
305B 
allaah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/what-does-son-of-allaah-mean

 

 

8.10 What does Son of Man mean?

How did Son of Man meaning human become misunderstood as a Trinity?

What is the son of man? Who is the son of man?

310 god https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/what-does-son-of-man-mean 
310A 
allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/what-is-the-son-of-man 
310B 
allaah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/who-is-the-son-of-man

 

 

8.11 Is Allaah real? 

Who is Allaah?

How to prove if Allaah is real. 

01 god http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/is-god-real 

01A allah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/is-allah-real 

01B allaah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/is-allaah-real 

 

 

8.12 Was Jesus killed on the cross?

Was Isa killed on the cross?

Was Jesus killed on the cross?

Was Prophet Jesus Isa killed on the cross?

Quran 4:157 surah 4:157 verse 4:157 ayah 4:157 

303 god https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/was-jesus-killed-on-the-cross 
303A 
allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/was-isa-killed-on-the-cross 
303B 
allaah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/was-prophet-isa-killed-on-the-cross

 

 

8.13 What happened to Jesus at the end of his life?

What happened to Isa at the end of his life?

What happened to Jesus at the end of his life?

What happened to Prophet Jesus at the end of his life?

304 god https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/what-happened-to-jesus-at-the-end-of-his-life 
304A 
allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/what-happened-to-isa-at-the-end-of-his-life 
304B 
allaah  https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/what-happened-to-prophet-hadhrat-hazrat-isa-at-the-end-of-his-life

 

 

8.14 Jesus transfigured on the earth.

Isa transfigured on the earth.

Prophet Jesus Isa transfigured on the earth.

306 English https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/jesus-transfigured-on-the-earth  

306A Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/isa-transfigured-on-the-earth  

306B Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/prophet-hadhrat-hadrat-hazrat-jesus-isa-transfigured-on-the-earth

 

 

8.15 Prophet Muhammad ascended to heaven in the night journey and the ladder.

Prophet Muhammad ascended to heaven in Al-Isra wal Al-Miraj.

307 English https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/prophet-muhammad-ascended-to-heaven-in-the-night-journey-and-the-ladder 

307A Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/prophet-muhammad-ascended-to-heaven-in-the-isra-and-the-miraj

307B Arabic https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/prophet-hadhrat-hadrat-hazrat-muhammad-ascended-to-heaven-in-al-isra-wal-al-miraj

 

 

8.16 Who is to blame for the death of Jesus?

Who is to blame for the death of Isa?

Who is to blame for the death of Prophet Jesus Isa?

309 god https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/who-is-to-blame-for-the-death-of-jesus 
309A 
allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/who-is-to-blame-for-the-death-of-isa 
309B 
allaah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/who-is-to-blame-for-the-death-of-prophet-hadhrat-hadrat-hazrat-isa-jesus

 

 

8.17 Genesis and Enoch Idris reveal what happens when humans die.

Prophet Idres revealed what happens when humans die.

Prophet Enoch revealed what happens when humans die.

314 god https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/genesis-and-enoch-reveal-what-happens-when-a-human-dies 
314A 
allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/genesis-and-idris-idres-idrees-idress-edris-idriss-reveals-what-happens-when-humans-die 
314B 
allaah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/when-did-allaah-first-reveal-what-happens-when-humans-die

 

 

8.18 Elijah Ilyas showed what happens when a human dies.

Elisha Al-Yasa showed what happens when humans die.

Prophet Elijah revealed what happens when humans die.

Prophet Ilyas revealed what happens when humans die.

Prophet Elisha revealed what happens when humans die.

Prophet Al-Yasa revealed what happens when humans die.

315 god https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/elijah-showed-what-happens-when-a-human-dies

315A allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/elias-shows-what-happens-when-humans-die 
315B 
allaah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/elisha-showed-what-happens-when-humans-die

 

 

8.19 Psalms 37 Allaah first promised eternal life after death in the Jewish Bible.

Psalms 37 Allaah first promised everlasting life after death in the Hebrew Bible.

Psalms 37 Allaah first promised life after death in the Old Testament.

313 god https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/psalms-37-god-promised-eternal-life 
313A 
allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/psalms-37-allah-promised-everlasting-life 
313B 
allaah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/psalms-37-allaah-promised-life-after-death

 

 

 

9. Correcting the error of the Trinity.

 

 

9.1 Why Allaah gave the Quran to the Jews and Christians when Allaah had already sent Moses Musa with the Torah Taurat and Jesus Isa with the Gospel Injil?

Judaism, Christianity, Islam and why Allaah gave the Quran to the Jews and Christians when Allaah had already sent Prophet Moses Musa with the Torah Taurat and Prophet Jesus Isa with the Gospel Injil?

301 god https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/why-did-god-give-the-quran-to-jews-and-christians

301A allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/why-did-allah-give-the-quran-to-jews-and-christians 
301B allaah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/why-did-allaah-give-al-quran-to-jews-and-christians

 

 

9.2 Who is Allaah?

When the human made story hadith of Trinity which is not mentioned in the Gospel Injil is forgotten then the description of Allaah as the creator and the only one with the power to hear prayer is exactly correct as it is described in all Allaah’s books the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Koran Quran.

 

See 1. Allaah protects the Quran, Torah and Gospel. 

Allaah protects Quran, Taurat and Injil

No one can change the word of Allaah because all of Allaah’s books confirm each other.

318 god https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/torah-gospel-quran-are-from-one-god 
318A 
allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/torah-gospel-quran-are-from-one-allah 
318B 
allaah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/taurat-injil-quran-are-from-one-allaah

 

See 2. Stoning to death for adultery is not in the Quran.

When the human story hadith of stoning to death for adultery which is not mentioned in the Quran is forgotten then all of Allaah’s books the Torah Taurat and the Gospel Injil and the Quran all agree that Allaah removed stoning to death for adultery.

How Allaah removed stoning to death for adultery in the Torah, Gospel and Quran.

How Allaah removed stoning to death for adultery in the Taurat, Injil and Koran.

How Allaah removed stoning to death for adultery in the Koran.

How Allaah removed stoning to death for adultery in the Quran.

See: The error of stoning to death for adultery.

24 god/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-24-stoning-to-death-for-adultery-is-not-in-the-quran   

24a allah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-24-stoning-to-death-for-adultery-is-not-in-the-koran 

24b allah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-24-stoning-to-death-for-adultery-is-not-in-the-quran

24c allaah/verse http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-24-stoning-to-death-for-adultery-is-not-in-al-koran

24b allaah/ayah http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-24-stoning-to-death-for-adultery-is-not-in-al-quran    

 

 

9.3 Jewish Christian Muslim interfaith dialogue.

The key to Jewish Muslim Christian interfaith dialogue.

The key to Muslim Jewish Christian inter faith dialogue.

302 god https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/jewish-christian-muslim-interfaith-dialogue 
302A 
allah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/jewish-muslim-christian-interfaith-dialogue 
302B 
allaah https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/muslim-jewish-christian-inter-faith-dialogue

 

 

 


10. The Gospel Injil explains why Allaah is not a Trinity. 

 

The Gospel of Mark.

The Gospel of Mark explains why Allaah is not a Trinity.

Chapters 1 – 5. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-mark-1-5    

Chapters 6 – 10. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-mark-6-10    

Chapters 11 – 16. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-mark-11-16   

 

The Gospel of Matthew.

The Gospel of Matthew explains why Allaah is not a Trinity.

Chapters 1 – 7. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-matthew-1-7      

Chapters 8 – 11. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-matthew-8-11      

Chapters 12 – 15. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-matthew-12-15      

Chapters 16 – 18. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-matthew-16-18      

Chapters 19 – 22. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-matthew-19-22      

Chapters 23 – 24. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-matthew-23-24      

Chapters 25 – 26. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-matthew-25-26      

Chapters 27 – 28. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-matthew-27-28   

   

The Gospel of Luke.

The Gospel of Luke explains why Allaah is not a Trinity. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-377-signs-of-prophet-muhammad-in-the-gospel-of-luke    

Chapters 1–2. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-luke-chapters-1-2

Chapters 3–6. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-luke-chapters-3-6          

Chapters 7–8. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-luke-chapters-7-8          

Chapter 9. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-luke-chapter-9           

Chapters 10–11. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-luke-chapters-10-11

Chapters 12–15. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-luke-chapters-12-15           

Chapters 16–18. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-luke-chapters-16-18            

Chapters 19-21. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-luke-chapters-19-21    

Chapters 22-23. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-luke-chapters-22-23               

Chapter 24. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-luke-chapter-24       

      

The Gospel of John.

The Gospel of John explains why Allaah is not a Trinity.

Chapters 1–3. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-1-3          

Chapters 4–6. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-4-6           

Chapters 7–10. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-7-10            

Chapters 11–12. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-11-12              

Chapters 13–14. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-13-14               

Chapters 15–16:10. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-15-16a                

Chapter 16:11. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapter-16b

Chapters 16:12–18. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-16c-18                   

Chapters 19–20. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapters-19-20                    

Chapter 21. https://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/the-gospel-of-john-chapter-21                  


 

 

INDEX:

Error of the Trinity.

Error of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost Trinity.

Error of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit Trinity.

Error of the Nicaea Trinity.

Error of the Nicaea Creed.

Error of the Nicaea Belief.

Error of the Nicea Trinity.

Error of the Nicea Creed.

Error of the Nicea Belief.

Error of the Nicene Trinity.

Error of the Nicene Creed.

Error of the Nicene Belief.

Allaah is one not three.

Trinity of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit

Is the Trinity true?

Is Allaah three people inside one?

Is Allaah in a partnership of three?

Trinity is misunderstanding Allaah.

Trinity is wrong.

Trinity is correct.

Is Trinity true or false?

Is Trinity fact or fiction?

Is the understanding of Trinity correct or incorrect?

The Allaahhead Trinity.

The Allaah head Trinity.

What is the Trinity?

What is the Allaahhead Trinity?

What do Father, Son and Holy Spirit mean?

What do Father, Son and Holy Ghost mean?

Who are the Father, Son and Holy Spirit?

Who are the Father, Son and Holy Ghost?

What are the Father, Son and Holy Spirit?

What are the Father, Son and Holy Ghost?

In Trinity Jesus, Allaah and the Holy Spirit are one and the same.

In Trinity Isa, Allaah and the Holy Spirit are one and the same.

In Trinity Jesus is Allaah.

In Trinity Isa is Allaah.

Trinity is the belief that Jesus is Allaah.

Trinity is the belief that Isa is Allaah.

Trinity is the belief that Prophet Jesus Isa is Allaah.

Allaah forbids human idol worship so why would Allaah appear as a human?

Angels appear as humans.

Allaah sends human prophets.

Allaah sends human messengers.

Why would Allaah appear as a human?

Allaah is the one creator.

Every human is created.

Every angel is created.

Every devil is created.

When Moses asked to see Allaah, Allaah revealed that no creation can see Allaah without being destroyed.

Allaah told Moses Musa that no creation can see Allaah without being destroyed.

If no human can see Allaah then Jesus cannot be Allaah.

If no human can see Allaah then Isa cannot be Allaah.

Jesus must be human.

Isa must be human.

All humans are created by Allaah.

Calling a creation a Allaah is the religion of idol worship.

Allaah forbid human idol worship for all time in the Torah.

Allaah forbid human idol worship for all time in the Torah Taurat.

Allaah is not a man so Allaah cannot be the son of man.

Genesis and Enoch Idris revealed what happens when humans die.

Elijah Ilyas showed what happens when a human dies.

Who is Allaah?

Is Eesa Allaah?

Eesa is Allaah.

Eesa is not Allaah

Is Eesaa Allaah?

Eesaa is Allaah.

Eesaa is not Allaah

Is Eesaah Allaah?

Eesaah is Allaah.

Eesaah is not Allaah.

Is Eesah Allaah?

Eesah is Allaah.

Eesah is not Allaah.

Is Eessa Allaah?

Eessa is Allaah.

Eessa is not Allaah.

Is Eessaa Allaah?

Eessaa is Allaah.

Eessaa is not Allaah.

Is Eessaah Allaah?

Eessaah is Allaah.

Eessaah is not Allaah.

Is Eessah Allaah?

Eessah is Allaah.

Eessah is not Allaah.

Is Esa Allaah?

Esa is Allaah.

Esa is not Allaah.

Is Esaa Allaah?

Esaa is Allaah

Esaa is not Allaah.

Is Esah Allaah?

Esah is Allaah.

Esah is not Allaah.

Is Esaah Allaah?

Esaah is Allaah.

Esaah is not Allaah.

Is Essa Allaah?

Essa is Allaah.

Essa is not Allaah.

Is Essaa Allaah?

Essaa is Allaah.

Essaa is not Allaah.

Is Essaah Allaah?

Essaah is Allaah.

Essaah is not Allaah.

Is Essah Allaah?

Essah is Allaah.

Essah is not Allaah.

Is Isa Allaah?

Isa is Allaah.

Isa is not Allaah.

Is Isâ Allaah?

Isâ is Allaah.

Isâ is not Allaah.

Is Isaa Allaah?

Isaa is Allaah.

Isaa is not Allaah.

Is Isah Allaah.

Isah is Allaah.

Isah is not Allaah.

Is Isaah Allaah?

Isaah is Allaah.

Isaah is not Allaah.

Is Issa Allaah?

Issa is Allaah.

Issa is not Allaah.

Is Issâ Allaah?

Issâ is Allaah.

Issâ is not Allaah.

Is Issah Allaah?

Issah is Allaah.

Issah is not Allaah.

Is Issaa Allaah?

Issaa is Allaah.

Issaa is not Allaah.

Is Issaah Allaah?

Issaah is Allaah.

Issaah is not Allaah.

Is Iesa Allaah?

Iesa is Allaah.

Iesa is not Allaah.

Is Iesaa Allaah?

Iesaa is Allaah.

Iesaa is not Allaah.

Is Iesah Allaah?

Iesah is Allaah.

Iesah is not Allaah.

Is Iessa Allaah?

Iessa is Allaah.

Iessa is not Allaah

Is Iessaa Allaah?

Iessaa is Allaah.

Iessaa is not Allaah.

Is Iesus Allaah?

Iesus is Allaah.

Iesus is not Allaah.

Is Yasu Allaah?

Yasu is Allaah.

Yasu is not Allaah.

Is Yasuu Allaah?

Yasuu is Allaah.

Yasuu is not Allaah.

Is Yeshu Allaah?

Yeshu is Allaah.

Yeshu is not Allaah.

Is Yeshua Allaah?

Yeshua is Allaah.

Yeshua is not Allaah.

Is Yeshuaa Allaah?

Yeshuaa is Allaah

Yeshuaa is not Allaah.

Is Jesus Christ Allaah?

Jesus Christ is Allaah.

Jesus Christ is not Allaah.

Is Jesus of Nazareth Allaah?

Jesus of Nazareth is Allaah.

Jesus of Nazareth is not Allaah.

Is Messiah Jesus Allaah?

Messiah Jesus is Allaah.

Messiah Jesus is not Allaah.

Is Jesus the Messiah Allaah?

Jesus the Messiah is Allaah.

Jesus the Messiah is not Allaah.

 

 

 

 

 Interpretations of the Quran (Al-Quran, Al Quran).

 

This is an interpretation of some of the meanings in the Quran. 
This is not a perfect translation of the Quran because the Quran is in the Arabic language. 
The Arabic language in the Quran must be understood as it was understood over 1400 years ago. 
Allaah guides who He wills to the correct understanding of the Quran. 
In the English language the word Allaah is God. 
Allaah (God) is the creator of the Jews, Christians, Muslims and everyone and everything that exists.

 

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Forgive me for my errors, misinterpretations, misunderstands and omissions. 
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