‘allah’ — the god of ‘Perhaps’ (Part 4)

   Let me remind you what we have learned about Allah, the god of Mohammed, who claimed to be “all knowing,” but in fact, we discovered in our previous three articles that he did not know too much about almost anything.  For example, he did not know the simple accounts of the prophets in the Bible. As we read Scripture in the Bible, we know the prophets’ accounts accurately, with the details of their lives. We encourage our dear Muslim friends to read their accounts to know the difference between Allah, “the god of perhaps,” and the God of the Bible, who knows everything.

   The great evidence from the Qur’an that Allah did not know the past, the present, and the future, we see that he uses the phrase “perhaps” beyond our imagination, and that is why we call him “Allah, the god of perhaps.” However, when we examined the Holy Bible, we discovered that the true God of the Bible knows completely everything, not only the past, present, and future but He also knows the thoughts of man. The Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, the three Persons of God is truly all-knowing.

   I searched in the Scripture (Holy Bible) for the word “perhaps.” We discovered that in the KJV translation it was mentioned only three times in the New Testament. First, we read in Acts 8:22: “Repent therefore of this thy wickedness, and pray God, if perhaps the thought of thi ...

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