Who Is Allah?
Who is Allah in Islam? I have heard a religious teacher explain the meaning to the name of God, that is Allah. He explained that the name Allah originated from Arabic words which is Ilah which means God. It consists of three Arabic letters namely alif, lam and ha. If added two more letters which are alif and lam at the beginning of a word then it will form the words of Allah.
If added by alif and lam, these words become names. Therefore, God calls himself by the name of Allah which means God to be worshiped. I think in other books such as the Torah, the Bible and others, the name of God is also mentioned in the original language of the book which is in the same meaning as the words of Allah which means the worshiped god.
Therefore, the Bible after being translated into English, the words in the original language that represent God that is worshiped have been translated to God in English. Whether Allah is in the Al-Quran, God is in the Bible or Eloh in the Torah or else, it is referring to the same entity which is the God that is worshiped.
This book is intended to explain about God according to the Al-Quran. Allah introduced himself through His message in the Qur'an and as well as in other revelation books. I think there is no difference in the explanation of Allah or God in all these books because it is the words from the same entity that is the Lord of the universe. Or maybe you can make a comparison of the details about God as explained in this book with your revelation books.
In this book, it is also explained how the attitude of people who believe and do not believe in Allah. How do Muslims believe in worshiped God and realize their faith in worship. This book also explains how Muslims develop a close relationship with a worshiped God or Allah through prayer.
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