Can somebody define "God" here. If someone is able to I will accept Islam
Yes, I am an atheist
In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful
Say: He is Allah, the One and Only!
Allah, the Eternal, Absolute;
He begetteth not nor is He begotten.
And there is none like unto Him.
ALLAH in this surah tells us who he is
You will not accept Islam no matter what definition anybody provides you. You knowingly disbelieve. You will only accept Islam when Allah the Almighty will open your heart. So do something to deserve that He opens your heart.
If you really need help send me a private message so I know you are serious to know Him and I will help whatever I can InshaAllah.
God is someone, who can not be defined.
It is mentioned in the Quran:He (God) is the Originator of the heavens and the earth (Quran 6:101)Is not He who created the heavens and the earth Able to create the likes of them? Yes; and He is the Knowing Creator. His command is only when He intends a thing that He says to it, Be, and it is. (Quran 36:81-82)The above verses prove that the universe had a beginning, that God was behind its creation, and all that God needs to do inorder to create is to say Be, and it is. Could this be an explanation as to what triggered off the explosion that brought about the beginning of the universe?The Quran also mentions:Have those who disbelieved not considered that the heavens and the earth were a joined entity, then We separated them, and made from water every living thing? Then will they not believe? (Quran 21:30)Muslim scholars who have explained the previous verse mention that the heavens and earth were once one, and then God caused them to separate and form into the seven heavens and Earth. Yet, due to the limitations of science and technology at the time of the revelation of the Quran (and for centuries to follow), no scholar was able to give much detail about how exactly the heavens and earth were created. What the scholars could explain was the precise meaning of each word in Arabic in the verse, as well as the overall meaning of the verse.In the previous verse, the Arabic words ratq and fataq are used. The word ratqcan be translated into entity sewn to joined together or closed up. The meaning of these translations all circulate around something that is mixed and that has a separate and distinct existence. The verb fataq is translated into We unstitched We clove them asunder We separated or We have opened them. These meanings imply that something comes into being by an action of splitting or tearing apart. The sprouting of a seed from the soil is a good example of a similar illustration of the meaning of the verb fataq.With the introduction of the Big Bang theory, it soon became clear to Muslim scholars that the details mentioned with regards to the theory go identically hand in hand with the description of the creation of the universe in verse 30 of chapter 21 of the Quran. The theory states that all the matter in the universe came into existence from one single extremely hot and dense point; that exploded and brought about the beginning of the universe, matches what is mentioned in the verse that the heaven and Earth (thus the universe) where once joined together, and then split apart. Once again, the only possible explanation is that Prophet Muhammad had truly received divine revelation from God, The Creator and Originator of the universe.
May Allah help you and me to find the right Path (Ameen)
some time u have pain in your life........................?????
if no then you dont need to believe an God,,,,,,,,,,,,,,till you experience of pain then
if yes then first you define me your pain............then i define also God....................why not welcome---------brother
The bolded part is the important one.
So if our universe came into being from yet larger universe (like described in the String theory), it can also qualify as "God"?It is the ‘CREATOR’, the producer, the Manufacturer of the whole universe and its contents. In the English language He is ‘God’, or more appropriate in the Arabic language, ‘ALLAH’
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