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The Sons of the Lord God in Bible compared to Quran (eight)

This is the eighth posting of the sequence:” The Sons of the Lord God in Bible compared to Quran”. 

The Bible says that you will die if you stay according to the flesh and you will stay if by the Spirit you put to dying the deeds of the physique since individuals who are led by the Spirit of God are sons of God. For you did not acquire a spirit that would make you a slave yet again to dread, but you received the Spirit of sonship. And by him we cry, “Abba, Father.”

On the other hand, the Quran says that Allah, the Almighty Creator, has neither a son nor a lover.

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The Sons of the Lord God in the Bible (eight)

The Bible says that you will die if you stay according to the flesh and you will stay if by the Spirit you put to dying the deeds of the physique since individuals who are led by the Spirit of God are sons of God. For you did not acquire a spirit that would make you a slave yet again to dread, but you received the Spirit of sonship. And by him we cry, “Abba, Father.”

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Romans eight:13-fifteen in 5 distinct variations of the Bible:

Romans eight:13-fifteen

New Intercontinental Model

13For if you stay according to the sinful mother nature, you will die but if by the Spirit you put to dying the misdeeds of the physique, you will stay,

14because individuals who are led by the Spirit of God are sons of God.

15For you did not acquire a spirit that would make you a slave yet again to dread, but you received the Spirit of sonship. And by him we cry, “Abba, Father.”

New American Conventional Bible

13for if you are dwelling according to the flesh, you need to die but if by the Spirit you are putting to dying the deeds of the physique, you will stay.

14For all who are becoming led by the Spirit of God, these are sons of God.

15For you have not received a spirit of slavery top to dread yet again, but you have received a spirit of adoption as sons by which we cry out, “Abba! Father!”

English Conventional Model

13For if you stay according to the flesh you will die, but if by the Spirit you put to dying the deeds of the physique, you will stay. 14For all who are led by the Spirit of God are sons of God. 15For you did not acquire the spirit of slavery to drop again into dread, but you have received the Spirit of adoption as sons, by whom we cry, “Abba! Father!”

King James Model

13For if ye stay soon after the flesh, ye shall die: but if ye through the Spirit do mortify the deeds of the physique, ye shall stay.

14For as numerous as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God.

15For ye have not received the spirit of bondage yet again to dread but ye have received the Spirit of adoption, whereby we cry, Abba, Father.

Young’s Literal Translation

13for if according to the flesh ye do stay, ye are about to die and if, by the Spirit, the deeds of the physique ye put to dying, ye shall stay

14for as numerous as are led by the Spirit of God, these are the sons of God

15for ye did not acquire a spirit of bondage yet again for dread, but ye did acquire a spirit of adoption in which we cry, `Abba — Father.’

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The Sons of the Lord God in the Quran (eight)

On the other hand, the Quran would make it really obvious and says that Allah, the Almighty Creator, has neither a son nor a lover.

The Quran decisively forbids declaring that Allah has a son.

It is not befitting for the Majesty of Allah to take to Himself a son.

Allah has not taken any son possibly from the Small children of Adam or from the angels.

if there have been a god alongside with Allah, each god would have taken away what he established, he would have created it exclusively his and prevented the other [god] from getting any mastery above it and some of them would surely rise up in opposition to other people, in challenge, just as the kings of this planet are wont to do.

Allah is the Knower of the Unseen and the noticeable, what is hidden and what is noticed.  And exalted, magnified, be He above what they affiliate!, with Him of son or companions.  Allah is considerably transcendent above all that they ascribe unto Him!

In Islam, this issue is really vital religion intelligent.

  1. All over again, it is unforgivable sin to say or to imagine that the Just one Almighty Creator [who is Allah or God or the Lord or Jehovah or no matter what name(s) you are supplying Him] has a son or Sons.

From the Islamic issue of view, the conclusion of this vital subject that may possibly create or wipe out the religion is that:

Any a person who imagine that the Almighty Creator has a son or Sons he messes his religion up and is regarded as as a disbeliever and in the afterlife he will conclude up as an eternal inhabitant of the hell.

Any a person who believes that the Almighty Creator has neither a son nor a lover he has a good religion and is regarded as as a believer and in the afterlife he will conclude up as an eternal inhabitant of the paradise.

Verses 25:1-3 make the issue of the son(s) of God obvious.

  

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The meanings of verses 25:1-3

The meanings of verse 25:1

Blessed is Allah who uncovered the Criterion (Al-Furq?n), the Quran.  Al-Furq?n is the pronunciation of an Arabic term that is derived from the root faraqa.  Faraqa signifies to differentiate or to discriminate concerning two factors.  Hence, the Quran is called Al-Furq?n since it has discriminated concerning real truth and falsehood.

Blessed is Allah who despatched The Angel Gabriel with the Quran unto His servant, Muhammad, so that he may possibly warn, all the worlds and threatens of Allah’s chastisement. All the worlds herein mean mankind and the jinn, but not the angels.

What is the that means of Blessed is (Allah who uncovered the Quran)?

It signifies that Allah is the Possessor of grace and He is exalted and transcendent above and exonerated from getting a son or lover.

The meanings of verse 25:2

Unto Allah belongs the kingdom of the heavens and the earth, and He has not taken a son, nor has He any lover in sovereignty and He established almost everything, which was intended to be established, and then identified it in a exact and a distinct measure, He fashioned it in a well balanced sort.

The meanings of verse 25:3

However they, the disbelievers, have taken other than Allah, gods, from among the the idols, who produce almost nothing but have on their own been established, and who have no damage for on their own, that is, [the electric power] to repel it, nor any profit, that is, [the electric power] to catch the attention of it, nor do they have [any electric power above] dying or lifetime, that is, [nor do they have the electric power] to make a individual die or to give him lifetime, they have no skill to diminish one’s lifetime nor to improve one’s lifetime.  It is also said that this signifies: they are unable possibly to produce a sperm drop or to position therein the spirit, nor do they have electric power to increase the lifeless soon after they die, the resurrection.

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Verses 25:1-3 of the Noble Quran in 4 distinct translations:

Verse 25:1

QARIB: blessed is he who has despatched down the criterion to his worshiper (Prophet Muhammad), that he is a Warner to all mankind

SHAKIR: blessed is he who despatched down the Furqan upon his servant that he may possibly be a Warner to the nations

PICKTHAL: blessed is he who hath uncovered unto his slave the criterion (of correct and erroneous), that he may possibly be a warner to the peoples.

YUSUFALI: blessed is he who despatched down the criterion to his servant, that it may possibly be an admonition to all creatures-

Verse 25:2

QARIB: to whom the kingdom of the heavens and the earth belongs, who has not taken a son, nor does he have an affiliate in the kingdom, and he established almost everything, then he ordained it really precisely.

SHAKIR: he, whose is the kingdom of the heavens and the earth, and who did not take to himself a son, and who has no affiliate in the kingdom, and who established almost everything, then ordained for it a measure

PICKTHAL: he unto whom belongeth the sovereignty of the heavens and the earth, he hath decided on no son nor hath he any lover in the sovereignty. he hath established almost everything and hath meted out for it a measure.

YUSUFALI: he to whom belongs the dominion of the heavens and the earth: no son has he begotten, nor has he a lover in his dominion: it is he who established all factors, and requested them in due proportions.

Verse 25:3

QARIB: nevertheless they worship, other than him, gods which can’t produce anything at all and have been on their own established. they have neither damage nor profit for on their own, neither do they have dying nor lifetime, nor a resurrection.

SHAKIR: and they have taken moreover him gods, who do not produce anything at all though they are on their own established, and they control not for on their own any damage or profit, and they control not dying nor lifetime, nor increasing (the lifeless) to lifetime

PICKTHAL: nevertheless they pick out beside him other gods who produce naught but are on their own established, and have not damage nor profit for on their own, and have not dying nor lifetime, nor electric power to increase the lifeless.

YUSUFALI: nevertheless have they taken, moreover him, gods that can produce almost nothing but are on their own established that have no control of damage or good to on their own nor can they control dying nor lifetime nor resurrection.

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Back again to my dilemma to the wise and interested reader:

Is the Quran quoted from the Bible?


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