- Mar 26, 2017
There is no God but Allah. Only God is worthy of worship- only the Creator, not His creation.Christians believe in the Godhead...God the Father, God the Son/Word (made flesh—Jesus Christ), & God the Holy Spirit.
These three make up the one, true, living God.
The part of God that became flesh and dwelt among us on this earth in divine human form (both fully God and fully human) was Jesus Christ.
The Bible doesn’t describe it, but I think it is safe to assume that Jesus did use the bathroom.
The Holy Spirit is Spirit, and spirits do not use the bathroom as they have no bodily function.
God the Father probably did not use the bathroom because He, like the Holy Spirit, would have no use for it.
Only those functioning on the earthly, physical plane of existence would have need of such things.
Jesus (PBUH) did not exist. He did not exist and Allah created him.
This alone is definitive proof that Jesus (PBUH) is not God.
It is absurd to talk about a "creation" of God. God has always existed. God existed prior to all creation. God was never created.
It is a mercy from God that Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) came and warned humanity (and even jinn) against idolatry.
Worshipping other than Allah (God) is idolatry.
Turn away from idolatry. Leave it behind. Worship only our Creator. Who is greater? Jesus (PBUH) or the Creator who created Jesus (PBUH)?
Is it befitting of God's glory that God should become a human? Are we humans that exalted?
The whole doctrine of God having a son is blasphemy- it maybe suits pagan mythologies but it is not consistent with monotheism.
God is One and has no partners. Nor is there any other God. People need to to leave behind all forms of idol-worship and embrace Tawheed.
I think the situation might be different for those who have not been exposed to monotheism and believe in God while associating partners with Him- but think of how inexcusable it is for a person to have learned of God's Oneness and to yet remain upon polytheism.
I am not ascribing this to anyone specifically- but I believe that for many it is cultural nationalism or clinging to "this is what my fathers did" that leads many Christians to remain upon polytheism when they have learned about monotheism. I think anyone who looks at it objectively should be able to see that Tawheed's sheer force of logic in regard to the issue of God allegedly having a son is undeniable from an unbiased perspective.