Free Quran Chapter 112: Absoluteness (Al-Ikhlaas)

Learn from GOD about the first commandment and that GOD isn’t born nor has any son or daughter. Many religions and cultures claim that GOD has a child, which consequently makes them share the same belief as Satan. Satan believes that there can be other gods beside GOD. The belief in a creator who has children presents an impossibility. It would mean that god is also born, and the god that gave birth to god was also born, and this logic would then continue on forever. And philosophically it would mean that there really is no god then. Because if gods are born then the reality is that gods are common, they are not special, but instead serve functions. Like the gods in Greek mythology, Zeus sends lightning. Apollo drives the sun, etcetera. A god for white rice, a god for brown rice, a god for black rice, a god for rotten rice, a god for sake, a god for drunkenness, a god for nonsense, a god for each letter, a god for every god. And every god needs to have their own scripture, their own prophets, messengers and commandments. Okay, that’s great! However… we only have scriptures from GOD. The other so called “gods” were invented by people who had no miracles to show as a verification. Compared to GOD, who sent Moses to teach people about the truth, and then GOD signed the teachings by splitting the sea. That’s the point of miracles, they are GOD’s signature. The Quran we have is the signed word of GOD! How amazing isn’t that!? Let that sink in.

Chapter 112: Absoluteness (Al-Ikhlaas)

[112:0] In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.

[112:1] Proclaim, “He is the One and only God.

[112:2] “The Absolute God.

[112:3] “Never did He beget. Nor was He begotten.

[112:4] “None equals Him.”

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Ahmad Wehbe

Wehbe is a creative artist and philosopher from Sweden with Lebanese roots. He uses various art forms to express emotions, thoughts and to tell stories.

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