Saturday, March 12, 2011

ALLAH is the only God who is Worthy to Worship, by Name, by Definition and by Attributes


A.    Introduction:
  • How do we know who is God?
  • What is the definition of God?
  • God Common Definition
B.    Who is “The God” by Name?
  • The meaning of God in Ancient Languages, Hebrew and Aramaic
  • Is YHWH name of God too?
  • Does “Jesus Christ” name mean “The God”, or is he “YHWH”?
  • Does “Krishna” name mean “The God”?
  • Does “Buddha” name mean “The God”?
 C.   Who is “The God” by Definition?
  • Was Jesus, Krishna or Buddha the Creator of the Universe?
  • Does “ALLAH” Create?
  • Does “Allah” practice as God?
D.   Who is “The God” by Attributes?
  • Did Jesus own “Divine Attributes”?
  • Jesus “Human Attributes”
  • Krishna Attributes
  • Buddha Physical Attributes
  • The 99th Attributes of ALLAH
 E.    Can we see God or it's impossible?
  • How God will look like?
  • Why we can’t see him in this life?
  • Mosses Question: “O my Lord Show me yourself?
  • Does God accept to be represented by Idols?
A- Introduction

How do we know who is God?

Let’s take the following simple example: How do we know that someone is a doctor?

If someone told you that Dr. John is a medical doctor, how do you know that it’s true?
Of course, you will not go and ask him show me your certificate, but you can know it by the following:

1- Name, if his name starts by “Dr”, then he might be a doctor, but not necessary a medical doctor, but if his starts with Eng. Or teacher, or principal then he is not a Doctor..

2- Definition, what the mean of a medical doctor?

From Free dictionary, it means:
[A physician, medical doctor, or simply doctor—practices the ancient profession of medicine, which is concerned with maintaining or restoring human health through the study, diagnosis, and treatment of disease or injury.
This properly requires both a detailed knowledge of the academic disciplines (such as anatomy and physiology) underlying diseases and their treatment, the science of medicine, and also a decent competence in its applied practice, the art or craft of medicine.]
Therefore, if Dr. John is working in Clinic or Hospital and trying to maintain or restore human health and diagnosis and treat diseases, then definitely he is a doctor.

3- By Attributes:
A Medical doctor is not an easy profession and as mentioned above in the definition, he must acquire a detailed knowledge of diseases and practicing their treatment, and this lead us the following attributes, that to be a medical doctor, he or she, must be:
  • Literate, highly educated, graduate from university or colleague for sure.
  • In his 3rd decade as younger possible, otherwise it’s impossible to be younger and doctor too.
  • Practicing his job as doctor, working with nurses, and surrounded by nurses, doctors and sick people.
  • Having the knowledge to give us the advice and do his work.
Then if he has all these attributes and work conditions, then he is doctor with no doubt, and you can ask him about your case, and don’t ask him about his certificate to check if he is a doctor or not? It will be very rude.

Now, let’s do the same for “God”

What is the definition of God?

From the following dictionaries:

1- Wikipedia - God

God = the one Supreme Being, the creator and ruler of the universe.

2- Dictionary.com


3- World English Dictionary

God = a supernatural being, who is worshipped as the controller of some part of the universe or some aspect of life in the world or is the personification of some force.

4- Collins English Dictionary

God = the sole Supreme Being, eternal, spiritual, and transcendent, who is the Creator and ruler of all and is infinite in all attributes; the object of worship in monotheistic religions.

5- Bible Dictionary

God Definition = (A.S. and Dutch God; Dan. Gud; Ger. Gott), the name of the Divine Being. It is the rendering (1) of the Hebrew _'El_, from a word meaning to be strong; (2) of _'Eloah_, plural _'Elohim_. The singular form, _Eloah_, is used only in poetry. The plural form is more commonly used in all parts of the Bible, The Hebrew word Jehovah (q.v.), the only other word generally employed to denote the Supreme Being, is uniformly rendered in the Authorized Version by "LORD," printed in small capitals. The existence of God is taken for granted in the Bible.

God Attributes = The attributes of God are set forth in order by Moses in Ex. 34:6,7. (see also Deut. 6:4; 10:17; Num. 16:22; Ex. 15:11; 33:19; Isa. 44:6; Hab. 3:6; Ps. 102:26; Job 34:12.) They are also systematically classified in Rev. 5:12 and 7:12. God's attributes are spoken of by some as absolute, i.e., such as belong to his essence as Jehovah, Jah, etc.; and relative, i.e., such as are ascribed to him with relation to his creatures. Others distinguish them into communicable, i.e., those which can be imparted in degree to his creatures: goodness, holiness, wisdom, etc.; and incommunicable, which cannot be so imparted: independence, immutability (Not subject or susceptible to change), immensity (unusual largeness in size or extent or number), and eternity. They are by some also divided into natural attributes, eternity, immensity, etc.; and moral, holiness, goodness, etc.
Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary

6- Merriam Webster Dictionary

Definition of GOD: the supreme or ultimate reality: as a: the Being perfect in power, wisdom, and goodness who is worshipped as creator and ruler of the universe b Christian Science: the incorporeal divine Principle ruling over all as eternal Spirit: infinite Mind.

7- Encyclopedia – The Free Dictionary

God is the English name given to a singular being in theistic and deistic religions (and other belief systems) who is either the sole deity in monotheism, or a single deity in polytheism.
God is most often conceived of as the supernatural creator and overseer of the universe. Theologians have ascribed a variety of attributes to the many different conceptions of God. The most common among these include omniscience (infinite knowledge), omnipotence (unlimited power), omnipresence, omnibenevolence (perfect goodness), divine simplicity, and eternal and necessary existence.

God
a. A being conceived as the perfect, omnipotent (able to do anything that it chooses to do), omniscient (capacity to know everything infinitely) originator and ruler of the universe, the principal object of faith and worship in monotheistic religions.


8- Google Dictionary

Definition: (in especially Christian, Jewish and Muslim belief) the being which made the universe, the Earth and its people and is believed to have an effect on all things.
God Noun (in Christianity and other monotheistic religions) The creator and ruler of the universe and source of all moral authority; the supreme being.

God Common Definition

After knowing all the definitions from 9 dictionaries, we find to be describe someone as “God”, he must have the following:

1- His name of Divine Being must be the “GOD” (source: Bible Dictionary).

2- And His attributes, must be the following
  • The One, Sole, Supreme, Ultimate, Supernatural, Eternal, and Spiritual Being.
  • The Creator, Originator, Ruler, Controller, Overseer, Maker of the Universe.
  • Perfect, Omni-benevolence (perfect goodness), Transcendent (beyond that of other objects), Infinite in all attributes, Immutability (Not subject or susceptible to change).
  • Object of worship, Goodness, Holiness, Wisdom, Independence, Immensity (unusual largeness).
  • Omniscience (infinite knowledge), Omnipotence (unlimited power), Omnipresence, Necessary Existence, Omniscient (capacity to know everything infinitely), have an effect on all things, Source of all moral authority.
Now, let’s compare the name and the attributes and the definition of God on:
  • ALLAH: the God who Muslims worship and say he is the Only worthy to worship God (1.6 billion).
  • Jesus: that Christians worship as son of God, or God himself, or part of God (2 Billion).
  • Krishna: That most of Hindu consider him as God (600-800 Million).
  • Buddha: that most of Chinese and East Asia religions consider him as God (1.5-2 Billion).

A- Who is “The God” by Name?

ALLAH” means in all Semitic Languages “The GOD


[The term Allāh is derived from a contraction of the Arabic definite article al- "the" and ʼilāh "deity, god" to al-lāh meaning "the [sole] deity, God" (ho theos monos). Cognates of the name "Allāh" exist in other Semitic languages, including Hebrew and Aramaic. Biblical Hebrew mostly uses the plural form (but functional singular) Elohim. The corresponding Aramaic form is ʼĔlāhā ܐܠܗܐ in Biblical Aramaic and ʼAlâhâ ܐܲܠܵܗܵܐ in Syriac.]

And Allah is the word used by Jesus Christ, when describing the God Father, and it’s the same word used in Aramaic Language to describe God, the following is snap shot from Aramaic Dictionary for the Word God, giving the meaning is: Aalaha.

To be sure, we can listen to it in the film of “Passion of the Christ” that used the Aramaic as its native language, so let’s hear it from Jesus himself: 

video

And from Aramaic Dictionary for the Word “God” in English, we find it’s “Aalaha” too, as show below


The meaning of God in Ancient Languages, Hebrew and Aramaic

Quoted and summarized from - Hebrew/Aramaic word for God?

[Now, in Hebrew there are a number of words that can mean generic "God." One of the first and oldest on record is אל ("El"), which scholars believe has its roots in the Canaanite pantheon (El, Ba`al, and Asherah). Hebrew being a descendant of the Canaanite language, it was borrowed freely for various deity names (specifically place names) and sometimes applied to the God of Israel as a descriptor (much how the word "god" in English works). El also appears in early Phoenician and early Aramaic and is related to Ilu, which appears in Old South Arabian and Ethiopic.

From there we also find two more words
אלוה ("Eloah") and אלוהים ("Elohim" sometimes spelled אלהים) whose origins are a bit cloudy, but most scholars believe that they descend from the same root as El. Eloah is singular where Elohim is grammatically plural, but in many cases is used as a singular noun (the plural, scholars believe is a plural of majesty)
The Ugaritic cognate that is found often is "'lhm" (in Hebrew letters this would be אלהם, spelled the same as Elohim, but Ugaritic plural does not need an "i").
Anyways on to Aramaic:

In Aramaic the root for God is "אלה" (Elah), but in the Emphatic state (which originally served the function of the definite article, but later subsumed most other cases) it is אלהא (Alaha). Depending on dialect, the vowels could pretty much be anything (Elaha, Eloho, Aloho, Alaha, etc.) as vowel shifts in Aramaic happen so often that many linguists have simply given up on tracking them.

Western dialects, such as Ma`loula and the dialect that Jesus of Nazereth would have spoken, the Emphatic distinction was somewhat preserved, so one would hear an occasional "Elah" in a sentence here and there, but only in a situation where it was grammatically necessary. For example the "Eloi eloi" in Mark is the Aramaic word "Elah-i" or "My God" (the "h" was dropped in transliteration as Greek cannot have an "h" sound in the middle of a word), and in Ma`loula we see it mainly in expressions like "w'khay il'alôh" ("I swear to God!") or "b'alôh ti'khalkil shmô" ("By God who created the heavens!")]

In Conclusion:

Canaanite Ancient Languages used to say: “EL” for the One or the God.
Phoenician and Early Aramaic used: Ilu
Aramaic: Elah, Alaha, Elaha, Eloho, Aloho, Elah-i
Hebrew: Eloah, Elohim, (“him” is plural of majesty)

And we see that all these words that represent “God” has the same root of “ALLAH” which proves that “ALLAH” means as Muslim say “The GOD” without any doubt.

Is YHWH name of God too?

Quoted from Wikipedia - YHWH
[It has most often been proposed that the name YHWH is a verb form derived from the Biblical Hebrew tri-consonantal root היה (HYH) "to be", which has הוה (HWH) as a variant form, with a third person masculine Y- prefix.

This would connect it to the passage in verse Exodus 3:14, where God gives his name as אֶהְיֶה אֲשֶׁר אֶהְיֶה (Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh), translated most basically as "I am that I am" (or "I will be that which I now am"). יהוה with the vocalization "Yahweh" could theoretically be a hif'il verb inflection of root HWH, with a meaning something like "he who causes to exist" or "who gives life", the root idea of the word being, probably, "to breathe," and hence, "to live." As a kal (basic stem) verb inflection, it could mean "he who is, who exists". Alternative suggestions include the root HWY, "to destroy".]

From above, it’s clear that YHWH doesn’t not mean literally “THE GOD”, but it’s for sure an attribute of God, which means the “One who gives life or take life”.

Does “Jesus Christ” name mean “The God”, or is he “YHWH”?

Quoted from Wikipedia – Jesus:

“Jesus” (pronounced /ˈdʒiːzəs/) is a transliteration, occurring in a number of languages and based on the Latin Iesus, of the Greek Ἰησοῦς (Iēsoûs), itself a Hellenisation of the Hebrew יְהוֹשֻׁעַ (Yĕhōšuă‘, Joshua) or Hebrew-Aramaic יֵשׁוּעַ (Yēšûă‘), meaning "Yahweh delivers (or rescues)".
In the New Testament, in Luke 1:31 an angel tells Mary to name her child Jesus, and in Matthew 1:21 an angel tells Joseph to name the child Jesus. The statement in Matthew 1:21 "you shall call his name Jesus, for he will save his people from their sins" associates salvific attributes to the name Jesus in Christian theology.
"Christ" (pronounced /ˈkraɪst/) is derived from the Greek Χριστός (Khristós) meaning "the anointed one", a translation of the Hebrew מָשִׁיחַ (Māšîaḥ), usually transliterated into English as Messiah. 

And from Yahoo.answers:
[A “Messiah,” in this context, is a king anointed at God’s direction or with God’s approval, and Christians identify Jesus as the one foretold by Hebrew prophets.]

Conclusion: 

Jesus means one of the following:
Yahweh (Creator) delivers or rescues = as God’s messenger.
Anointed One = God’s messenger NOT a Son, as usually no one selects his son.
Messiah = anointed at God’s direction with God’s approval.

Does “Krishna” name mean “The God”?

Quoted from Wikipedia – Krishna

[The Sanskrit word kṛṣṇa is primarily an adjective meaning "black", "dark" or "dark-blue"., sometimes it is also translated as "all attractive". It is cognate with Slavic čьrnъ "black". As a feminine noun, kṛṣṇā is used in the meaning "night, blackness, darkness" in the Rigveda, and as a demon or spirit of darkness in RV 4.16.13.

Krishna is also known by various other names, epithets and titles, which reflect his many associations and attributes. Among the most common names are Govinda, "finder of cows", or Gopala, "protector of cows", which refer to Krishna's childhood in Vraja. Some of the distinct names may be regionally important; for instance, Jagannatha (literally "Lord of the Universe"), a popular deity of Puri in eastern India.]

Conclusion:

The meaning of Krishna is “dark blue”, which doesn’t mean “The God” for sure.
Does “Buddha” name mean “The God”?

Quoted from Wikipedia – “Buddha”
[Siddhārtha Gautama (Sanskrit: सिद्धार्थ गौतम; Pali: Siddhattha Gotama) was a spiritual teacher who founded Buddhism. In most Buddhist traditions, he is regarded as the Supreme Buddha (P. sammāsambuddha, S. samyaksaṃbuddha) of our age, "Buddha" meaning "awakened one" or "the enlightened one."]
Therefore, Buddha means the “awakened one” or the “enlightened one”, which doesn’t mean “The God” for sure.

Summary for first Question (By Name):

“ALLAH” = Means “The God” in all Ancient, Semitic languages, Hebrew, Aramaic (Jesus language), and of course in the Arabic Language, (note, YHWY one of his attributes).
Jesus = Anointed One (by YHWH).
Krishna = Dark-Blue.
Buddha = Enlightened One.

B- Who is “The God” by Definition?

Was Jesus, Krishna or Buddha the Creator of the Universe?

1- Jesus: Did ever Jesus mention that he created the Universe; and he is its Ruler or Controller?

Actually, the word “Creation” was mentioned only once by Jesus and it was followed by God created in Mark [13:19]

19 For in those days shall be affliction, such as was not from the beginning of the creation which God created unto this time, neither shall be.
Which means that Jesus is not the Creator, and there is a God who created the whole universe, and this God was named by Jesus as “Aalaha” in Aramic Language.

2- Krishna:

Quoted from Wikipedia – Krishna

[Krishna belonged to the royal yadav family of Mathura, and was the eighth son born to the princess Devaki, and her husband Vasudeva. Mathura was the capital of the Yadavas, to which Krishna's parents Vasudeva and Devaki belonged. The king Kansa, Devaki's brother, had ascended the throne by imprisoning his father, King Ugrasena. Afraid of a prophecy that predicted his death at the hands of Devaki's eighth son, Kansa had the couple locked into a prison cell.
After Kansa killed the first six children, and Devaki's apparent miscarriage of the seventh (which was actually a secret transfer of the infant to Rohini as Balarama), Krishna was born.]

Conclusion:

From the above story, it’s clear that Krishna was born as normal baby for a prince and was afraid from King Kansa to kill him, which like any story, and it’s possible that God is born or being like that.

And what is the rule of his parents? They must be Gods too to deliver a God, so Why they were afraid of the king?

If they were Gods they must control and rule the whole universe and have the power enough to protect their Son..

The claim that Krishna is a God can’t fit too.

3- Buddha:

Quoted from Wikipedia – “Buddha” and summary for his life story:

His Birth:

Gautama is thought to have been born in Lumbini, in modern day Nepal and raised in the small kingdom or principality of Kapilavastu.
According to the most traditional biography, the Buddha's father was King Suddhodana, the leader of Shakya clan, whose capital was Kapilavastu, and who were later annexed by the growing Kingdom of Kosala during the Buddha's lifetime; Gautama was the family name.
His mother, Queen Maha Maya (Māyādevī) and Suddhodana's wife, was a Koliyan princess.

His Marriage:

When he reached the age of 16, his father reputedly arranged his marriage to a cousin of the same age named Yaśodharā (Pāli: Yasodharā). According to the traditional account,[which?] she gave birth to a son, named Rahula.
His Travel and Teachings:
For the remaining 45 years of his life, the Buddha is said to have traveled in the Gangetic Plain, in what is now Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and southern Nepal, teaching a diverse range of people: from nobles to outcaste street sweepers, murderers such as Angulimala, and cannibals such as Alavaka.

His Death on age of 80:

According to the Mahaparinibbana Sutta of the Pali canon, at the age of 80, the Buddha announced that he would soon reach Parinirvana, or the final deathless state, and abandon his earthly body. After this, the Buddha ate his last meal, which he had received as an offering from a blacksmith named Cunda. Falling violently ill, Buddha instructed his attendant Ānanda to convince Cunda that the meal eaten at his place had nothing to do with his passing and that his meal would be a source of the greatest merit as it provided the last meal for a Buddha. Mettanando and von Hinüber argue that the Buddha died of mesenteric infarction, a symptom of old age, rather than food poisoning.

Conclusion:
It’s obvious, that Buddha was a normal man who was born in a royal family, and lived as a teacher and died as an old man of 80, so nothing to be as the Creator or the ruler of the universe, therefore he is definitely NOT a GOD.

Does “ALLAH” Create?

Almighty God “Allah” says in his book that he is the Creator of all Heavens, Earth, Light, Darkness, Mankind, Day of Judgment, Paradise, Hell, The Jinn, Water, Rain, Rivers, Seas, Food, Cattle, Sun, Moon, day and night, and everything that we can or can’t see is of his Creation only:


Praise be to Allah, Who hath created the heavens and the earth, and hath appointed darkness and light. Yet those who disbelieve ascribe rivals unto their Lord. [6:1]
He it is Who hath created you from clay, and hath decreed a term for you. A term is fixed with Him. Yet still ye doubt! [6:2]
Yet they ascribe as partners unto Him the jinn, although He did create them, and impute falsely, without knowledge, sons and daughters unto Him. Glorified be He and High Exalted above (all) that they ascribe (unto Him) [6:100]
Have they not considered the dominion of the heavens and the earth, and what things Allah hath created, and that it may be that their own term draweth nigh? In what fact after this will they believe? [7:185]
Allah is He Who created the heavens and the earth, and causeth water to descend from the sky, thereby producing fruits as food for you, and maketh the ships to be of service unto you, that they may run upon the sea at His command, and hath made of service unto you the rivers; [14:32]
And the cattle hath He created, whence ye have warm clothing and uses, and whereof ye eat; [16:5]
And He it is Who created the night and the day, and the sun and the moon. They float, each in an orbit. [21:33]

And, he mentions in his book, that of his names: “The Creator”, as in the following verses:
Such is Allah, your Lord. There is no Allah save Him, the Creator of all things, so worship Him. And He taketh care of all things. [6:102]

Does “Allah” practice as God?

The answers “YES”, he does all God’s work, as following:

1- Allah holds the Heavens, the flying birds, and protects Earth from being hit (fallen on) by sky (i.e. asteroids):
Have they not seen the birds obedient in mid-air? None holdeth them save Allah. Lo! herein, verily, are portents for a people who believe. [16:79]
Hast thou not seen how Allah hath made all that is in the earth subservient unto you? And the ship runneth upon the sea by His command, and He holdeth back the heaven from falling on the earth unless by His leave. Lo! Allah is, for mankind, Full of Pity, Merciful. [22:65]
Lo! Allah graspeth the heavens and the earth that they deviate not, and if they were to deviate there is not one that could grasp them after Him. Lo! He is ever Clement, Forgiving. [35:41]
Have they not seen the birds above them spreading out their wings and closing them? Naught upholdeth them save the Beneficent. Lo! He is Seer of all things. [67:19]

2- Provides all his creation so they can survive:

O mankind! Remember Allah's grace toward you! Is there any creator other than Allah who provideth for you from the sky and the earth? There is no Allah save Him. Whither then are ye turned? [35:3]

3- Causes Life and Death:

Allah is He Who created you and then sustained you, then causeth you to die, then giveth life to you again. Is there any of your (so-called) partners (of Allah) that doeth aught of that? Praised and Exalted be He above what they associate (with Him)! [30,40]

4- Reveals to his Messengers and descends holy books:

Lo! We inspire thee as We inspired Noah and the prophets after him, as We inspired Abraham and Ishmael and Isaac and Jacob and the tribes, and Jesus and Job and Jonah and Aaron and Solomon, and as We imparted unto David the Psalms; [4:163]
Lo! We did reveal the Torah, wherein is guidance and a light, by which the prophets who surrendered (unto Allah) judged the Jews, and the rabbis and the priests (judged) by such of Allah's Scripture as they were bidden to observe, and thereunto were they witnesses. So fear not mankind, but fear Me. And My revelations for a little gain. Whoso judgeth not by that which Allah hath revealed: such are disbelievers. [5:44]

He hath revealed unto thee (Muhammad) the Scripture with truth, confirming that which was (revealed) before it, even as He revealed the Torah and the Gospel. [3:3]

And this proves that he is the same the God who revealed to all prophets before including prophets of Children of Israel, Mosses and Isaac, and he is the owner of the holy books given to Ibrahim, Mosses, David, Jesus and Muhammad (PBUT), which they are the Torah, Gospel, Psalms, and the Holy Quran.

5- He is the owner of the Last day, and the Hell and Paradise:

The day when they come forth, nothing of them being hidden from Allah. Whose is the Sovereignty this day? It is Allah's, the One, the Almighty.
This day is each soul requited that which it hath earned; no wrong (is done) this day. Lo! Allah is swift at reckoning. [40:16-17]

And not only the above, but we will see all in the attributes part.
To see how “ALLAH” created the Universe, please refer to the “Story of Creation” series on: http://debatewithmuslim.blogspot.com/

Summary for 2nd Question (By Definition):

ALLAH: He is the Sole Creator, Provider of all his Creation, Owner of the Last day, and He is “The God” by definition too.
Jesus: He was only a messenger of God.
Krishna: A blue boy born for a prince !!
Buddha: A Teacher.


C- Who is “The God” by Attributes?

1- Did Jesus own “Divine Attributes”?

Some like to give Jesus Divine Attributes and Human Attributes, let’s check them
Divine Attributes: such as: Eternity, Immutability (the changeless nature of Deity), Omnipotence (Omnipotence means all powerful), Omnipresence (God’s presence is wherever He wants it to be), Omniscience (means one has all knowledge)

But, did Jesus really own such Divine attributes? Let’s read from the Bible:

26 Then shall ye begin to say, We have eaten and drunk in thy presence, and thou hast taught in our streets.
27 But he shall say, I tell you, I know you not whence ye are; depart from me, all ye workers of iniquity.
31 The same day there came certain of the Pharisees, saying unto him, Get thee out, and depart hence: for Herod will kill thee.
32 And he said unto them, Go ye, and tell that fox, Behold, I cast out devils, and I do cures to day and to morrow, and the third day I shall be perfected.
33 Nevertheless I must walk to day, and to morrow, and the day following: for it cannot be that a prophet perish out of Jerusalem.
34 O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, which killest the prophets, and stonest them that are sent unto thee; how often would I have gathered thy children together, as a hen doth gather her brood under her wings, and ye would not!
35 Behold, your house is left unto you desolate: and verily I say unto you, Ye shall not see me, until the time come when ye shall say, Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord. [Luke 13]

23 Now when he was in Jerusalem at the passover, in the feast day, many believed in his name, when they saw the miracles which he did.
24 But Jesus did not commit himself unto them, because he knew all men, [John 2:23-24]

From above, Jesus says that He won’t know them, someone came and informed that Herod will kill him, he didn’t say: “I Know that”, he get information from someone one, therefore he is NOT Omniscience.
He didn’t trust people of Jerusalem, afraid on himself from Herod, so he want to go out, but where is all this power of God, if he really own it? Therefore he is NOT Omnipotence
In Mathew 27:50,Jesus, when he had cried again with a loud voice, yielded up the ghost.” Then he died on Cross, therefore he is NOT Immutability and of Course, NOT Eternal too, otherwise he won’t die whatever they do for him, he will stay alive.

Jesus “Human Attributes”:

Quoted from What Kind of Attributes did Jesus Experess?
[Love, compassion, humility, patience, longsuffering, mercy and mercifulness, graciousness, gentleness, meekness, kindness, holiness, perfection, prayerfulness, submission, obedience, divine anger, joy, peace, sensitivity to others, the ability to read into people thoughts and hearts, spiritual strength, Jesus’s nature was perfect and sinless. He was a person of impeccable (true and perfect) character. But He did have a character. He did not lack the attributes of human nature. He simply lacked sin. Jesus expressed emotions like anyone else, but in the right way. In the New Testament Gospel of John, chapter 11, the Bible records “Jesus wept.” This is the shortest verse in the Bible and shows that Jesus clearly had feelings.
Jesus’ nature expressed love, grace, mercy, compassion, kindness, goodness, understanding, righteous just and anger (i.e. He was angry at injustice, hypocrisy, unrighteousness etc.)]

These are the actual and real attributes of Jesus and all of those are for all messengers of God, as he selects only the best of Mankind to be the anointed one to carry his message, and to be believed and followed by people.

2- Krishna Attributes:

Quoted from Wikipedia - Krishna
[Krishna is often described as an infant or young boy playing a flute as in the Bhagavata Purana or as a youthful prince giving direction and guidance as in the Bhagavad Gita. They portray him in various perspectives: a god-child, a prankster, a model lover, a divine hero and the Supreme Being.
Krishna is usually shown with blue skin. He is often shown wearing a yellow silk dhoti and peacock feather crown. Common depictions show him as a little boy, or as a young man in a characteristic relaxed pose, playing the flute. In this form, he usually stands with one leg bent in front of the other and raises a flute to his lips, accompanied by cows, emphasizing his position as the divine herdsman, Govinda, or with the gopis (milkmaids).
Krishna married Rukmini, the Vidarbha princess, by abducting her,at her request, from her proposed wedding with Shishupala. Krishna subsequently married 16,100 maidens who were held captive by demon Narakasura, to save their honour.
Krishna had eight principal wives (Rukmini, Satyabhama, Jambavati, Kalindi, Mitravrinda, Nagnajiti, Bhadra, Lakshana) and total of 16,108 wives, most were captured from Narakasura, who had forcibly kept them in his harem, but all of them are considered to be incarnations of Goddess Lakshmi. Here are some famous sons of Lord Krishna]

The 82 Sons !!

[The ten sons of Queen Rukmini were Pradyumna, Charudeshna, Sudeshna, Charudeha, Sucharu, Chharugupta, Bhadracaru, Charuchandra, Vicaru, Caru.
The ten sons of Satyabhama were Bhanu, Subhanu, Svarbhanu, Prabhanu, Bhanuman, Chandrabhanu, Brihadbhanu, Atibhanu (the eighth), Sribhanu and Pratibhanu.
The ten sons of Jambavati were Samba, Sumitra, Purujit, Satajit, Sahasrajit, Vijaya, Citraketu, Vasuman, Dravida and Kratu.
The ten sons of Nagnajiti were Vira, Candra, Asvasena, Citragu, Vegavan, Vrisha, Ama, Sanku, Vasu and the opulent Kunti.
The ten sons of Kalindi were Sruta, Kavi, Vrisha, Vira, Subahu, Bhadra, Santi, Darsa, Purnamasa, and Somaka.
Madra's sons were Praghosha, Gatravan, Simha, Bala, Prabala, Urdhaga, Mahasakti, Saha, Oja and Aparajita.
Mitravinda's sons were Vrika, Harsha, Anila, Gridhra, Vardhana, Unnada, Mahamsa, Pavana, Vahni and Kshudhi.
Bhadra’s sons were Sangramajit, Brihatsena, Sura, Praharana, Arijit, Jaya, Subhadra, Vama, Ayur and Satyaka.
Diptiman, Tamratapta and others were the sons of Lord Krishna and Rohini.]

Conclusion

Krishna Attributes were: a dark-blue little boy, a young man, a prankster (acting like a clown or buffoon), a model lover. In addition to "finder of cows", or Gopala, "protector of cows"!!
Married of 16,000 women and maid, means if he had to sleep with one every night, to see the first woman again will be after 44 years, means if she was 20 years old, he will see here again in 64 years old !!

And who he got 82 Sons, this is really a record !!
Are these attributes of a GOD? Absolutely, NOT.

3- Buddha Physical Attributes

Quoted from Wikipedia – Buddha: Physical Attributes:

[An extensive and colorful physical description of the Buddha has been laid down in scriptures. A kshatriya by birth, he had military training in his upbringing, and by Shakyan tradition was required to pass tests to demonstrate his worthiness as a warrior in order to marry. He had a strong enough body to be noticed by one of the kings and was asked to join his army as a general. He is also believed by Buddhists to have "the 32 Signs of the Great Man".
The Brahmin Sonadanda described him as "handsome, good-looking, and pleasing to the eye, with a most beautiful complexion. He has a godlike form and countenance, he is by no means unattractive."(D,I:115).]

Conclusion:
Buddha was only a strong and good-looking man, hadn’t any of God Attributes.

4- The 99 Attributes of ALLAH

Let’s remember the attributes that we mentioned above in first section and that we get from World Dictionaries, where God main Attributes are the following:
  • The One, Sole, Supreme, Ultimate, Supernatural, Eternal, and Spiritual Being.
  • The Creator, Originator, Ruler, Controller, Overseer, Maker of the Universe.
  • Perfect, Omni-benevolence (perfect goodness), Transcendent (beyond that of other objects), Infinite in all attributes, Immutability (Not subject or susceptible to change).
  • Object of worship, Goodness, Holiness, Wisdom, Independence, Immensity (unusual largeness).
  • Omniscience (infinite knowledge), Omnipotence (unlimited power), Omnipresence, Necessary Existence, Omniscient (capacity to know everything infinitely), have an effect on all things, Source of all moral authority
Let’s go now to ALLAH 99th Attributes:

1- Ar-Raḥmān (الرحمن): The Exceedingly Compassionate, The Exceedingly Beneficent, The Exceedingly Gracious
2- Ar-Raḥīm (الرحيم): The Exceedingly Merciful
3- Al-Malik (الملك): The King
4- Al-Quddūs (القدوس): The Holy, The Pure, The Perfect
5- As-Salām (السلام): The Peace, The Source of Peace and Safety
6- Al-Mu'min (المؤمن): The Guarantor, The Affirming
7- Al-Muhaymin (المهيمن): The Dominator
8- Al-‘Azīz (العزيز): The Almighty, The Invulnerable, The Honorable
9- Al-Jabbār (الجبار): The Irresistible, The Compeller, The Lofty
10- Al-Mutakabbir (المتكبر): The Majestic, The Arrogant
11- Al-Khāliq (الخالق): The Creator
12- Al-Bāri' (البارئ): (The Fashioner), The Designer
13- Al-Muṣawwir (المصور): The Fashioner of Forms
14- Al-Ghaffār (الغفار): The Repeatedly Forgiving
15- Al-Qahhār (القهار): The Subduer
16- Al-Wahhāb (الوهاب): The Bestower
17- Ar-Razzāq (الرزاق): The Provider
18- Al-Fattāḥ (الفتاح): The Opener, The Victory Giver
19- Al-'Alīm (العليم): The All Knowing, The Omniscient
20- Al-Qābiḍ (القابض): The Restrainer, The Straightener
21- Al-Bāsiṭ (الباسط): The Extender / Expander
22- Al-Khāfiḍ (الخافض): The Abaser
23- Ar-Rāfi' (الرافع): The Exalter
24- Al-Mu'izz (المعز): The Giver of Honour
25- Al-Mudhill (المذل): The Giver of Dishonour
26- As-Samī' (السميع): The All Hearing
27- Al-Baṣīr (البصير): The All Seeing
28- Al-Ḥakam (الحكم): The Judge, The Arbitrator
29- Al-'Adl (العدل): The Utterly Just
30- Al-Laṭīf (اللطيف): The Gentle, The Subtly Kind
31- Al-Khabīr (الخبير): The All Aware
32- Al-Ḥalīm (الحليم): The Forbearing, The Indulgent
33- Al-'Aẓīm (العظيم): The Magnificent
34- Al Ghafūr (الغفور): The Much-Forgiving
35- Ash-Shakūr (الشكور): The Grateful
36- Al-'Alīy (العلي): The Sublime
37- Al-Kabīr (الكبير): The Great
38- Al-Ḥafīẓ (الحفيظ): The Preserver
39- Al-Muqīt (المقيت): The Nourisher
40- Al-Ḥasīb (الحسيب): The Bringer of Judgment
41- Al-Jalīl (الجليل): The Majestic
42- Al-Karīm (الكريم): The Bountiful, The Generous
43- Ar-Raqīb (الرقيب): The Watchful
44- Al-Mujīb (المجيب): The Responsive, The Answer
45- Al-Wāsi' (الواسع): The Vast, The All-Embracing, The Omnipresent, The Boundless
46- Al-Ḥakīm (الحكيم): The Wise
47- Al-Wadūd (الودود): The Loving
48- Al-Majīd (المجيد): The Glorious
49- Al-Bā'ith (الباعث): The Resurrecter
50- Ash-Shahīd (الشهيد): The Witness
51- Al-Ḥaqq (الحق): The Truth, The Real
52- Al-Wakīl (الوكيل): The Trustee, The Dependable
53- Al-Qawwīy (القوي): The Strong
54- Al-Matīn (المتين): The Firm, The Steadfast
55- Al-Walīy (الولي): The Friend, Patron and Helper
56- Al-Ḥamīd (الحميد): The All Praiseworthy
57- Al-Muḥṣīy (المحصي): The Accounter, The Numberer of All
58- Al-Mubdi' (المبدئ): The Originator, The Producer, The Initiator
59- Al-Mu'īd (المعيد): The Restorer, The Reinstater Who Brings Back All
60- Al-Muḥyīy (المحيي): The Giver of Life
61- Al-Mumīt (المميت): The Destroyer, The Bringer of Death
62- Al-Ḥayy (الحي): The Living
63- Al-Qayyūm (القيوم): The Subsisting, The Guardian
64- Al-Wājid (الواجد): The Perceiver, The Finder, The Unfailing
65- Al-Mājid (الماجد): The Illustrious, The Magnificent
66- Al-Wāḥid (الواحد): The One, The Unique
67- Al-'Aḥad (الاحد): The Unity, The Indivisible
68- Aṣ-Ṣamad (الصمد): The Eternal, The Absolute, The Self-Sufficient
69- Al-Qādir (القادر): The Omnipotent, The All Able
70- Al-Muqtadir (المقتدر): The Determiner, The Dominant
71- Al-Muqaddim (المقدم): The Expediter, He Who Brings Forward
72- Al-Mu'akhkhir (المؤخر): The Delayer, He Who Puts Far Away
73- Al-'Awwal (الأول): The First
74- Al-'Akhir (الأخر): The Last
75- Aẓ-Ẓāhir (الظاهر): The Manifest, The Evident, The Outer
76- Al-Bāṭin (الباطن): The Hidden, The Unmanifest, The Inner
77- Al-Wālīy (الوالي): The Patron
78- Al-Muta'ālīy (المتعالي): The Exalted
79- Al-Barr (البر): The Good
80- At-Tawwāb (التواب): The Ever Returning, Ever Relenting
81- Al-Muntaqim (المنتقم): The Avenger
82- Al-'Afūw (العفو): The Pardoner, The Effacer, The Forgiver
83- Ar-Ra'ūf (الرؤوف): The Kind, The Pitying
84- Mālik-ul-Mulk (مالك الملك): The Owner of all Sovereignty
85- Dhū-l-Jalāli wa-l-'ikrām (ذو الجلال والإكرام): The Lord of Majesty and Generosity
86- Al-Muqsiţ (المقسط): The Equitable, The Requiter
87- Al-Jāmi' (الجامع): The Gatherer, The Unifier
88- Al-Ghanīy (الغني): The Rich, The Independent
89- Al-Mughnīy (المغني): The Enricher, The Emancipator
90- Al-Māni' (المانع): The Withholder, The Shielder, The Defender
91- Aḍ-Ḍārr (الضار): The Distressor, The Harmer, The Afflictor
92- An-Nāfi' (النافع): The Propitious, The Benefactor, The Source of Good
93- An-Nūr (النور): The Light
94- Al-Hādīy (الهادي): The Guide, The Way
95- Al-Badī' (البديع): The Incomparable, The Unattainable
96- Al-Bāqīy (الباقي): The Immutable, The Infinite, The Everlasting
97- Al-Wārith (الوارث): The Heir, The Inheritor of All
98- Ar-Rashīd (الرشيد): The Guide to the Right Path
99- Aṣ-Ṣabūr (الصبور): The Timeless, The Patient

Obviously, all these attributes are Divine attributes of God and cover even much more than what is listed in World Dictionaries.

Therefore, the Final Conclusion of all this Comparison is that:
ALLAH is the only God who is Worthy to Worship, by Name, by Definition and by Attributes.

D- Can we See God or NOT possible?

1- How God will look like?

ALLAH described himself in Quran as following:

The Creator of the heavens and the earth. He has made for you mates from yourselves, and for the cattle (also) mates. By this means He creates you (in the wombs). There is nothing like Him, and He is the All-Hearer, the All-Seer. [42:11]
Say: He is Allah, the One! (1) Allah, the eternally Besought of all! (2) He begetteth not nor was begotten. (3) And there is none comparable unto Him. (4) [112: 1-4]

And in the Old Testament as following:

1 And God spake all these words, saying,
2 I am the LORD thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.
3 Thou shalt have no other gods before me.
4 Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth.
5 Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me;
6 And showing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments. [Exodus 20]

And by Jesus:
"My Father is greater than I." John [14:28], "My Father is greater than all."  John [10:29]
"I can of mine own self do nothing: as I hear, I judge: and my judgment is just; because I seek not my own will, but the will of the Father which hath sent me." John [5:30]

Concept of God in Hinduism:

In UPANISHADS: which considered sacred scriptures by the Hindus.
1. "Ekam evadvitiyam":  "He is One only without a second”, Chandogya Upanishad 6:2:1,1
2. "Na casya kascij janita na cadhipah.": Of Him there are neither parents nor lord, Svetasvatara Upanishad 6:9, 2.
3. "Na tasya pratima asti": “There is no likeness of Him”, Svetasvatara Upanishad 4:19,3.
4.  "Na samdrse tisthati rupam asya, na caksusa pasyati kas canainam.": "His form is not to be seen; no one sees Him with the eye.", Svetasvatara Upanishad 4:20,4
THE VEDAS: Vedas are considered the most sacred of all the Hindu scriptures. There are four principal Vedas: Rigveda, Yajurveda, Samveda and Atharvaveda.
1. "na tasya pratima asti": "There is no image of Him.", Yajurveda 32:3, 5
2. "shudhama poapvidham", "He is bodyless and pure.", Yajurveda 40:8,6
3. "Andhatama pravishanti ye asambhuti mupaste", "They enter darkness, those who worship the natural elements" (Air, Water, Fire, etc.), Yajurveda 40:9, 7]

 
Conclusion:

From all these sacred books for Islam, Christianity, Judaism and Hinduism, they describe the God, the Creator: as
None is comparable unto Him.

Even we can’t think or imagine him,

Nor we can imagine him of any natural elements.
 
Why we can’t see him in this life?

First, what happens if you look at the sun with your naked eyes?

From Yahoo Answers:

[Exposure of the retina to intense visible light causes damage to its light-sensitive rod and cone cells. The light triggers a series of complex chemical reactions within the cells which damages their ability to respond to a visual stimulus, and in extreme cases, can destroy them. The result is a loss of visual function, which may be either temporary or permanent depending on the severity of the damage. When a person looks repeatedly, or for a long time, at the Sun without proper eye protection, this photochemical retinal damage may be accompanied by a thermal injury—the high level of visible and near-infrared radiation causes heating that literally cooks the exposed tissue.]

From above answer, we understand that looking at Sun light for short time, it will burn our eyes and may lose sight for ever, although Sun is one of the smallest stars ever in our universe, and there are much bigger stars that can reach billions of times of Sun size as shown below:


Imagine how the largest stars which may burn the whole Earth just being close to them in years, even before seeing it.

And from the following Islamic resources:
سألت رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم هل رأيت ربك ؟ قال " نور أنى أراه "
الراوي: أبو ذر الغفاري المحدث: مسلم - المصدر: صحيح مسلم - الصفحة أو الرقم: 178
خلاصة حكم المحدث: صحيح

أن النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم سأل جبريل هل رأيت ربك ؟ فانتفض جبريل وقال : يا محمد إن بيني وبينه سبعون حجابا من نور لو دنوت من أدناها لاحترقت.
الراوي: عبدالله بن أبي أوفى المحدث: السيوطي - المصدر: اللآلئ المصنوعة - الصفحة أو الرقم: 1/17
خلاصة حكم المحدث: إسناده صحيح

خطبنا رسول الله – صلى الله عليه وسلم – يوما ، وكان أكثر خطبته ذكر الدجال . فأخذ يحدثنا عنه ، حتى فرغ من خطبته . وقال في الخبر : فيقول : يعني الدجال – أنا نبي ولا نبي بعدي . قال : ثم يثني . فيقول : أنا ربكم ، وهو أعور ، وربكم ليس بأعور ، ولن تروا ربكم حتى تموتوا
الراوي: أبو أمامة الباهلي المحدث: ابن خزيمة - المصدر: التوحيد - الصفحة أو الرقم: 460/2
خلاصة حكم المحدث: [أشار في المقدمة أنه صح وثبت بالإسناد الثابت الصحيح]

That Prophet Muhammad being asked when he raised to Heaven: “Did you see God?” he said: “So (much) LIGHT how can I see him ?!”

When Prophet Muhammad asked the Angel Gabriel: “Did you see God”, Gabriel trembled and said: “O Muhammad, there is 70 veils (barriers) of Light, if I being close to the lowest one, I will burn !!
And in the last Hadith, Prophet Muhammad inform Muslims: “You will Not see your God till you die.”

Conclusion:

We can’t ever be able to see our God in our physical state in our life, we will burn for sure, and the following story is additional proof too.

Mosses Question: “O my Lord Show my Yourself?

This Mosses question is mentioned in the following verse in Quran

And when Mûsa (Moses) came at the time and place appointed by Us, and his Lord (Allâh) spoke to him, he said: "O my Lord! Show me (Yourself), that I may look upon You." Allâh said: "You cannot see Me, but look upon the mountain; if it stands still in its place then you shall see Me." So when his Lord appeared to the mountain, He made it collapse to dust, and Mûsa (Moses) fell down unconscious. Then when he recovered his senses he said: "Glory be to You, I turn to You in repentance and I am the first of the believers." (Al-Araf,143)

The same story is mentioned in Old Testament with some detail:

11 And be ready against the third day: for the third day the LORD will come down in the sight of all the people upon mount Sinai.
12 And thou shalt set bounds unto the people round about, saying, Take heed to yourselves, that ye go not up into the mount, or touch the border of it: whosoever toucheth the mount shall be surely put to death:
13 There shall not an hand touch it, but he shall surely be stoned, or shot through; whether it be beast or man, it shall not live: when the trumpet soundeth long, they shall come up to the mount.
14 And Moses went down from the mount unto the people, and sanctified the people; and they washed their clothes.
15 And he said unto the people, Be ready against the third day: come not at your wives.
16 And it came to pass on the third day in the morning, that there were thunders and lightnings, and a thick cloud upon the mount, and the voice of the trumpet exceeding loud; so that all the people that was in the camp trembled.
17 And Moses brought forth the people out of the camp to meet with God; and they stood at the nether part of the mount.
18 And mount Sinai was altogether on a smoke, because the LORD descended upon it in fire: and the smoke thereof ascended as the smoke of a furnace, and the whole mount quaked greatly. [Exodus 19:11-18] 

And for Islamic resources, we know the following:

الْقَوْل فِي تَأْوِيل قَوْله تَعَالَى]: فَلَمَّا تَجَلَّى رَبّه لِلْجَبَلِ جَعَلَهُ دَكًّا وَخَرَّ مُوسَى صَعِقًا[ يَقُول تَعَالَى ذِكْره : فَلَمَّا اِطَّلَعَ الرَّبّ لِلْجَبَلِ جَعَلَ اللَّه الْجَبَل دَكًّا : أَيْ مُسْتَوِيًا بِالْأَرْضِ] . وَخَرَّ مُوسَى صَعِقًا[ أَيْ مَغْشِيًّا عَلَيْهِ. وَبِنَحْوِ مَا قُلْنَا فِي ذَلِكَ قَالَ أَهْل التَّأْوِيل . ذِكْر مَنْ قَالَ ذَلِكَ.
حَدَّثَنِي الْحُسَيْن بْن مُحَمَّد بْن عَمْرو الْعَنْقَزِيّ , قَالَ : ثني أَبِي , قَالَ : ثنا أَسْبَاط , عَنْ السُّدِّيّ , عَنْ عِكْرِمَة , عَنْ اِبْن عَبَّاس , فِي قَوْل اللَّه : { فَلَمَّا تَجَلَّى رَبّه لِلْجَبَلِ جَعَلَهُ دَكًّا} قَالَ : مَا تَجَلَّى مِنْهُ إِلَّا قَدْر الْخِنْصَر . { جَعَلَهُ دَكًّا } قَالَ : تُرَابًا .سَمِعْت سُفْيَان يَقُول فِي قَوْله : { فَلَمَّا تَجَلَّى رَبّه لِلْجَبَلِ جَعَلَهُ دَكًّا } قَالَ : سَاخَ الْجَبَل فِي الْأَرْض حَتَّى وَقَعَ فِي الْبَحْر , فَهُوَ يَذْهَب مَعَهُ.

The translation of above resources that’s only a beam of God’s light of only “little finger” width appeared on the Mountain and it was blasted into pieces and thrown onto water.

From all these references, we understand that the story is as following:
  • Mosses asked “ALLAH” to see him, and “ALLAH” told him to look at the next Mountain near “El-Tour” mountain.
  • “ALLAH” asked Mosses to protect his people and send them behind the “El-Tour” mountain, and not to be near the border of the other mountains, otherwise it will be stoned and dead whether human or animal.
  • Just a small light beam of God’s light appeared on Earth, on the next mountain to “El-Tour”, and it was blasted into pieces and thrown onto sea water.
  • People of Israel, heard the terrified sound of the thunders, lightnings, fire, heavy smoke, then after it finished, the mountain was vanished.

Let’s see the following figures from Google Earth:

The Map of Sinai and the Position of El-Tour Mountain:


Closer view of the Mountain El-Tour:


The Valley behind the Mountain of El-Tour, where Children of Israel hid behind it:


The location of blasted Mountain just next to El-Tour, to the right:


The blasted area around the mountain, because of the light fallen on the mountain still appear till now, the width of area is 2 miles in average:



Does God accept to be presented by Idols?

It’s mentioned in Quran, that making Idols and worshiping them, is from Satan:

And mention in the Book (the Qur'ân) Ibrâhim (Abraham). Verily! he was a man of truth, a Prophet. (41)
When he said to his father: "O my father! Why do you worship that which hears not, sees not and cannot avail you in anything? (42)
"O my father! Verily! there has come to me of knowledge that which came not unto you. So follow me. I will guide you to a Straight Path. (43)
"O my father! Worship not Shaitân (Satan). Verily! Shaitân (Satan) has been a rebel against the Most Gracious (Allâh) (44)
"O my father! Verily! I fear lest a torment from the Most Gracious (Allâh) should overtake you, so that you become a companion of Shaitân (Satan) (in the Hell-fire)." (45) [Maryam]
And (remember) when Ibrâhim (Abraham) said: "O my Lord! Make this city (Makkah) one of peace and security, and keep me and my sons away from worshipping idols. (35)
"O my Lord! They have indeed led astray many among mankind. But whoso follows me, he verily is of me. And whoso disobeys me, - still You are indeed Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful. (36) [Ibrahim]

And in the Bible, bowing down to Idols, will make God very angry

4 Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth.
5 Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me;
6 And showing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments. [Exodus 20]

So my friend, Hope that you are convinced enough that not to worship any other except your God and your Creator: “ALLAH” and if you have idols, whether for Jesus, Marry, Krishna, Buddha, etc, the first thing you do is to do destroy it into pieces, as Ibrahim did to the idols of his people, as described in the following verses:

And indeed We bestowed aforetime on Ibrâhim (Abraham) his (portion of) guidance, and We were Well-Acquainted with him (as to his Belief in the Oneness of Allâh). (51)
When he said to his father and his people: "What are these images, to which you are devoted?" (52)
They said:"We found our fathers worshipping them." (53)
He said: "Indeed you and your fathers have been in manifest error." (54)
They said: "Have you brought us the truth, or are you one of those who play about?" (55)
He said: "Nay, your Lord is the Lord of the heavens and the earth, Who created them and to that I am one of the witnesses. (56)
"And by Allâh, I shall plot a plan (to destroy) your idols after you have gone away and turned your backs." (57)
So he broke them to pieces, (all) except the biggest of them, that they might turn to it. (58)
They said: "Who has done this to our âlihah (gods)? He must indeed be one of the Zalimun (wrong-doers)." (59)
They said: "We heard a young man talking against them, who is called Ibrâhim (Abraham)." (60)
They said: "Then bring him before the eyes of the people, that they may testify." (61)
They said: "Are you the one who has done this to our gods, O Ibrâhim (Abraham)?" (62)
 [Ibrâhim (Abraham)] said: "Nay, this one, the biggest of them (idols) did it. Ask them, if they can speak!" (63)
So they turned to themselves and said: "Verily, you are the Zâlimûn (polytheists and wrong-doers)." (64)
Then they turned to themselves (their first thought and said): "Indeed you [Ibrâhim (Abraham)] know well that these (idols) speak not!" (65)
[Ibrâhim (Abraham)] said: "Do you then worship besides Allâh, things that can neither profit you, nor harm you? (66)
"Fie upon you, and upon that which you worship besides Allâh! Have you then no sense?" (67)
 They said: "Burn him and help your âlihah (gods), if you will be doing." (68)
We (Allâh) said: "O fire! Be you coolness and safety for Ibrâhim (Abraham)!" (69)
And they wanted to harm him, but We made them the worst losers. (70)
And We rescued him and Lut (Lot) to the land which We have blessed for the 'Alamîn (mankind and jinn). (71) [Anbiya’a]


And as Prophet Muhammad did, when they conquered Makkah, and Kaabah was filled of Idols, the first thing that he and his followers did was to destroy the Idols, as shown in the below scene from “The Message” movie about the Story of Islam.

Finally,
Allâh! Lâ ilâha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He),
the Ever Living, the One Who sustains and protects all that exists.
Neither slumber, nor sleep overtake Him.
To Him belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on earth.
Who is he that can intercede with Him except with His Permission?
He knows what happens to them (His creatures) in this world,
and what will happen to them in the Hereafter .
And they will never compass anything of His Knowledge except that which He wills.
His Kursî[Chair not Throne] extends over the heavens and the earth,
and He feels no fatigue in guarding and preserving them.
And He is the Most High, the Most Great.
[This Verse 2:255 is called Ayat-ul-Kursî.] [2:255]

Thanks to ALLAH, Lord of the Worlds


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