34. The Quran chapter 34 and the First Jewish Temple in Jerusalem (English).


June 2011 (1432 AH).


The Quran chapter 34. 

Prophet Solomon and the first Jewish Temple to God in Jerusalem. 
See Quran 34:13 

The purpose of Satin is to show who truly believes in God. 
See Quran 34:21 

Nothing that God creates is God because God only creates creations. 
See Quran 34:22 

On the Day of Judgement there shall be no judgement made that is not according to what God has willed. 
See Quran 34:23 

Which is correct, praying to something that God created or praying to God the creator? The creator is correct. 
See Quran 34:24 

On the Day of Judgement God’s judgement shall only be based on what each creation has done in their life. 
See Quran 34:25  

God has no partners in making His decisions. 
See Quran 34:27 

Why must you believe in the Quran, the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil))? 
If you do not believe in the Quran, the Torah (Taurat) and the Gospel (Injil)) then you do not believe in God. 
See Quran 34:31 

The guidance of the Quran. 
See Quran 34:32 

Praying to angels. 
No creation has the power of God to be able to hear pray. 
See Quran 34:41 

This (Quran) is only an invented lie. 
This (Quran) is clearly only magic. 
This (Quran) is only from a man who wants to turn you away from what your fathers used to worship. 
See Quran 34:43 

Prophet Muhammad is not mad
See Quran 34:46 

God is near to all God’s creations because God sustains each one. 
See Quran 34:50 

Those who disbelieve in God clearly doubt God by rejecting the messengers of God. 
See Quran 34:54  




See: Quran chapter 34. Why did God (Allah, Allaah) put Rabbinic Jewish literature in the Quran?

34 English http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-chapter-34-why-did-god-put-rabbinic-jewish-literature-in-the-quran

34a Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-34-why-did-allah-put-rabbinic-jewish-literature-in-the-quran

34b Arabic http://sites.google.com/site/islamandthequran/quran-surah-34-why-did-allaah-put-rabbinic-jewish-literature-in-the-quran