GOD IS ONE and any other Gods are false gods and fake

THE ONENESS OF GOD in the holy books.

Elohim in Genesis 1;1  like God is telling us he is one. In Arabic Elohim= Allahoma=one god for all .

الرَّحِيمِ الرَّحْمَٰنِ  اللَّهِ   بِسْمِ  = The Basmala, also known by its incipit Bi-smi llāhⁱ, is the Islamic phrase bi-smi llāhi r-raḥmāni r-raḥīmⁱ, “In the name of God, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.” This is the phrase recited before each surah of the Qur’an. Only in the first chapter first verse of AL FATIHA it comes as number 1, the first verse part of the 7 verses. It is like everywhere God is indicating to us that he is one.

Monotheism is a prominent theme of the Quran, affirming that God is one without any partners. In a concisely-worded Quranic chapter, God commands, “Say, ‘He is God the One, God the eternal. He begot no one nor was He begotten. No one is comparable to Him’” (112:1-4) and you can see number 1 verse asking to trust, believe in one God and that is Allah , and always say that God is one.

The first of the ten commandments, on which all others are founded and without which is chaos, destruction and death, is “Worship no god but me” (Exodus 20:3).

According to the one millennial rule, it says that if more than one will exist then there will be no peace only conflicts and disharmony. This is the reason of unrest and conflicts everywhere be it families, parties or nations. The number one occurs 1898 times in the Bible.

The most fundamental teaching of Islam is to believe in the Oneness of God, in the sense of His being the only Creator, Preserver, Nourisher, etc. But this belief is not enough. Many of the idolaters knew and believed that only the Supreme God could do all this and yet they associated other gods with Him. Therefore, one must acknowledge the fact that it is God alone who deserves to be worshipped, and thus abstain from worshipping any other thing or being. Likewise, Muslims believe that God has no father or mother, no son or daughter. None is equal to Him. He is God of all humankind, not of a special tribe or race

Christ referred to God as the first or Alpha (the first letter of the Greek language) several times in the book of Revelation (1:11, 17, 22:13) as God is the Alpha and omega, the first and the last. But later many writers translate and change the word and they say that Jesus say he is the one and the last. In reality Jesus said to them God is the first and the last.

That is, the word alone, by itself, in that form, is a grammatically plural WORD, but in that sentence, it functions as a singular noun.

Hebrew grammar is not the same as English grammar. There are other words which have a plural form but which refer to a singular ‘thing’. A well known example is the Hebrew word for ‘water’, which is ‘mayim’ (a plural form). In fact, that is as common as a word for water, that Hebrew never uses a SINGULAR form for ‘mayim’, except – oddly or not so oddly – in girls names (Maya). In Arabic is the same the word Maia is a singular and if it becomes a plural it will be a sea of water AL YAM. OR MAa

Elohim – as a word – doesn’t mean ‘god’ and it isn’t a name. It is a kind of title, and it refers to something or someone who is ‘high’. Gods are ‘high’, but so are important people in society. Sometimes the word ‘Elohim’ in the Bible refers to God, but sometimes it refers to the aristocrats of a city, or the judges of a city – the high, or important, people. When used that way, ‘Elohim’ is usually paired with a verb in the plural form, and it gets translated as a plural word. And in that situation, it IS a plural word.

But when paired with a verb which is singular, then ‘Elohim’ is clearly a referent for a single ‘thing’ – a single ‘high’ thing or entity – and it is translated as ‘God’ Singular, in that situation.

We think – possibly or very likely – that the plural form is used as a kind of intensifier – that is not only this entity referred to ‘high’ (important), but it is in fact VERY high, maybe the HIGHEST.

Hence: ‘God’: the highest of high beings, gets the honor of the plural – or intensified – word form. But the sentence contains singular verb forms, so we know not to think the word is supposed to refer to more than one God, but it is only Just one God – only one, but really important one.

God is one and no more is to it ,It was mentioned in the Bible in so many places but people choices to close their eyes .

 In order to explain why the Biblical term God (Elohim) is plural, I want to give background regarding the distinction between the two central Biblical terms for God – YHVH (the Hebrew letters constituting the name of God usually translated as the Lord) and Elohim (usually translated as God). The distinction between these two terms is a fundamental distinction of the Hebrew Bible and a key to understanding the Bible and Jewish tradition. The distinction between Elohim and YHVH is reflected in a number of important Biblical sources, in Talmudic sources and in our traditional prayer books and prayers.

The differing terms for God are reflected in the two opening accounts of creation in the Bible. In the opening account of the creation of the entire universe (Genesis 1, 1 – 2, 3), Elohim is depicted as the transcendent God of power who has created the universe, as reflected in the opening verse of the story (Genesis 1, 1) – “In the beginning God (Elohim) created the heavens and the earth”. In the following account of the creation of the primordial human being (Adam) and the eating of the tree of knowledge of good and evil (Genesis 2, 4 – 3, 24) YHVH is depicted as a source of morality, in which the terms for God are joined YHVH Elohim, as reflected in the opening verse of the second story (Genesis 2, 4) – “These are the generations of the heavens and the earth when they were created, in the day the Lord God (YHVH Elohim) made the earth and the heavens”.

YAHO, YAHOWA, JEHOVAH  IN ARABIC MEAN THE ONE AND ONLY ONE , ALLAH LA ELAH ELLA HOWA , THERE IS NO Gods but one God and that is ALLAH =ELAH, YAHO. THE LETTER Y=J    AND J = Y

The term YHVH represents the very name of God. The essence of the name YHVH (the Lord) is that YHVH demands morality, as expressed in Psalm 23 – “the Lord (YHVH) is my shepherd…He restores my soul, He leads me in paths of righteousness for the sake of His name” (Psalm 23, 1-3). This is the essence of the revelation to Moses at the burning bush (that YHVH demands morality) where God first reveals God’s nature as a God of history and redemption as opposed to a power of nature – “Thus shall you say to the children of Israel, the Lord (YHVH) God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, has sent me to you; this is My name for ever…I have surely visited you, and seen that which is done to you in Egypt” (Exodus 3, 15-18). YHVH, in the verse here, is depicted as having seen the oppression and persecution that the people Israel have suffered in Egypt, and the mentioning that YHVH is the name of God in the verse signifies God’s moral opposition to such oppression and persecution.

The primary characteristic, above all else, which represents the essential nature of YHVH as a God, is that YHVH demands morality (in distinction to Elohim who is primarily a God of power). Thus, Elohim is conceived as the transcendent and universal God of nature and power who has created the entire universe. The term Elohim is associated with judgment or law), and the Hebrew term is sometimes understood as justice – but, it is better translated as judgment or law as it is a function of God’s power (implied in the terms judgment and law) rather than God’s morality (implied in the term justice).

In Islam there are 99 names of God all are an adjective of God names. The only name he is known with is ALLAH, and the no one knows the secret name of God only he and few prophets like Solomon, Jesus, and Mohammad.

By contrast, YHVH is conceived as the God who acts in the world (within history) as a God of revelation and redemption (redeeming the people Israel from slavery and giving them commandments on Sinai to guide them), and most importantly demands morality. The name YHVH is associated with compassion and love, and the image of YHVH is that of a parent whose compassion and love for his or her child is unconditional.

A judge may be willing to be lenient and understanding in imposing a sentence in a trial. However, such leniency and compassion is conditional, depending upon circumstances of the case, and signs of remorse and change on the part of the accused.

 A parent’s love for his or her child is unconditional, regardless of the behavior of the child. Incidentally, the word for compassion contains within it the word womb. The image of YHVH is that of a parent who loves his or her children unconditionally like the mother’s love for the child of her own womb.

Before Islam the greeting of people of Mecca was besmeka Elohim (besmeka allahuma) = in the name of God. Later Mohammad asked them to put it as God ordered him to change it to bismillah alrahman alraheem when  you start to write anything or do anything you have to mention that  and it means in the name of God the most merciful and gracious.

The Hebrew word for love has a numerical value of 13; and thus, on the basis of the verse “love to your neighbor as yourself”, when there is love (13) in a moral sense between two people (13 x 2), then the continuation of the verse is fulfilled, “I am the Lord (YHVH)” – as the numerical value of YHVH is 26. That is, YHVH, the God of revelation and redemption, is revealed in the world, and redemption is experienced, when there is love in a moral sense between human beings.

In Quran At another point, God says, “Say, ‘Why do you take protectors other than Him, who can neither benefit nor harm even themselves?’ Say, ‘Are the blind equal to those who can see? And are the depths of darkness equal to the light?’ Have the partners they assign to God created anything like His creation so that their creation is indistinguishable from His? Say, ‘God is the Creator of all things: He is the One, the All Compelling.’” (13:16)

“YHVH is God (Elohim)”. The idea expressed here, which is also expressed in the second story of creation (Genesis 2, 4) in the joining of the terms for God, YHVH Elohim (the Lord God), is that the true God (Elohim) who has created (and has dominion over) nature and the entire universe is a moral God (YHVH), who demands morality. This is an experiential and orthopraxy (correct deeds) expression of moral commitment to live a moral way of life that God (YHVH) demands, rather than a philosophic and orthodox (correct belief) affirmation; and, comes in response to an experiential question as to who is truly God in the Biblical world, and deserving of loyalty and worship among the many gods demanding loyalty and worship.

My mathematical training taught me that the good reason for 1 not being considered prime is the fundamental theorem of arithmetic, which states that every number can be written as a product of primes in exactly one way. If 1 were prime number we would lose that uniqueness. We could write 2 as 1×2, or 1×1×2, or 1594827×2. Excluding 1 from the primes numbers smoothes that out. Ninth-century Arab mathematician AL Kindi  wrote that it was not a number and therefore not even or odd. The view that 1 was the building block for all numbers but not a number itself lasted for centuries, Number one is a unique unit and that’s what God attended for him.

The number one is far more special than a prime! It is the unit (the building block) of the positive integers, hence the only integer which merits its own existence axiom in Peano’s axioms. It is the only multiplicative identity (1· a =a ·1 = a. is for all numbers a). It is the only perfect n the power for all positive integers n, it is the only positive integer with exactly one positive divisor. But it is not a prime. Why not? Below I have four answers, each more technical than its precursor.  

It is like number one is God telling us he is one, he is unique, he is the creator of all, and he is the building block of mankind and the universe.

Answer One: By definition of prime!

The definition is as follows.

An integer greater than one is called a prime number if its only positive divisors (factors) are one and itself

Clearly one is left out, but this does not really address the question “why?”

Answer Two: Because of the purpose of primes.

The formal notion of primes was introduced by Euclid in his study of perfect numbers (in his “geometry” classic The Elements). Euclid needed to know when an integer n factored into a product of smaller integers a none trivially factorization, hence he was interested in those numbers which did not factor. Using the definition above him proved:

The Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic

Every positive integer greater than one can be written uniquely as a product of primes, with the prime factors in the product written in order of no decreasing size.

Answer Three: Because one is a unit.

Don’t go feeling sorry for one, it is part of an important class of numbers call the units (or divisors of unity). These are the elements (numbers) which have a multiplicative inverse. For example, in the usual integers there are two units {1, -1}. If we expand our purview to include the Gaussian integers {a+ bi | a, b are integers}, then we have four units {1, -1, i, – i}. In some number systems there are infinitely many units.

So indeed there was a time that many folks defined one to be a prime, but it is the importance of units in modern mathematics that causes us to be much more careful with the number one (and with primes).

Answer Four: By the Generalized Definition of Prime.

(See also the technical note in the prime Glossary ‘ definition).

There was a time that many folks defined one to be a prime, but it is the importance of units and primes in modern mathematics that causes us to be much more careful with the number one (and with primes). When we only consider the positive integers, the role of one as a unit is blurred with its role as an identity; however, as we look at other number rings (a technical term for systems in which we can add, subtract and multiply), we see that the class of units is of fundamental importance and they must be found before we can even define the notion of a prime. For example, here is how Borevich and Shafarevich define prime number in their classic text “Number Theory:”

An element p of the ring D, nonzero and not a unit, is called prime if it cannot be decomposed into factors p =ab, neither of which is a unit in D.

Sometimes numbers with this property are called irreducible and then the name prime is reserved for those numbers which when they divide a product ab, must divide a or b (these classes are the same for the ordinary integers–but not always in more general systems). Nevertheless, the units are necessary precursors to the primes, and one falls in the class of units, not primes.

 ‘I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the Ending,’ says God the creator,’ (Revelation 1:8, NKJV). Number 1

The number one is of great significance, be it in any language it always stands for unity. It can said to be having two aspects, one as a cardinal number where it represents unity and other as an ordinal number where it denotes primacy. Since number one is indivisible and is not made up of other numbers, this shows its self sufficiency.

It is also the source of all other numbers. The same is with the God; God is self sufficient, independent and is the source of all. All need Him and He does not need anybody. One does not either stay in harmony with any other number neither is in conflict with any, hence this number excludes all differences that exist.

In the Bible it is written “Hear, O Israel, the Lord thy God, is ONE Lord”. This is the bible saying not me so you go and make God 3. Trinity is false and fake that introduces to the New Testament later in history, and the Jewish never ever believe in it. The Jewish also mentioned that there are no references at all to Jesus in their torah and that later some scholars insert it and changed the bible.

Thus number one is the number of the God and the Bible denies the existence of another God. So number one is God’s number. The first commandment among the Ten Commandments says “Thou shalt have no other Gods”.

So in every occurrence number one represents One God and says another God cannot exist.

The number one is always the beginning and thus marks the commencement of all. So we should always begin with the God. Anything that does not start with the God does not give good results.

The song of the angels began with the Glory of God and then they sang of the good deeds towards man. This meant that God cannot be glorified without doing good deed to man.

The first book of the Bible is called the “seed plot of the Bible” and it contains all other books in itself. The title of the book is Divine “the beginning”. Thus it also says that God is first.

God made Eve from only one rib and stamped the number on it. God took a part of Adam from near his heart so that both of them would love each other and a part from his side so that they would embrace each other forever.

God was preaching unity to all by doing this. The first ministerial words of Jesus are also very significant. When he fasted for forty days not a single word uttered by him is recorded in the scriptures.

The first words that are recorded are “it is written”. By this Jesus was trying to teach us the lesson that God is the beginning and the end of all ministry. It is only the first commandment and not any other that talks about One God. Therefore it is seen that with every occurrence of the number one the fact that is revealed is the self sufficiency and independence of God.

A few other significant occurrences of the number one are “The First Day”, “The name of the first in Pison”, “He took one of his ribs” and “They two shall be one flesh”. The modern methods of man are all wrong because they begin with man and are pivoted around man.

The Divine method is to begin with God. So man has to suffer failure everywhere and so there is unrest everywhere.

The first occurrence of the word Hallelujah everywhere be it the Old Testament or the New Testament it signifies judgment and so is significant of God.

The first occurrence of the word Prophet is related to Abraham. So we understand that Prophet is not only one who foretells but he is one who can witness God.

The word Holy occurs first time in the Book of Redemption when God comes to redeem His people in Egypt. The Day of the Lord where it occurs first speaks of the Day when Lord will arise and shake the earth and man will feel humble and low that day.

The first question of the Old and the New Testament are very significant. “Where art thou?” Lord asked this question to the sinner when he was hiding and escaping Lord’s Holy presence.

Thus we see that number one denotes unity and independence and self sufficiency. Everywhere with its occurrence the number one points out to the lesson that God is one and it completely denies the existence of any other God.

The number one always marks and represents the beginning and thus the scriptures teach the people to begin with the God, but scholars changed the bible words and twisted God words.

Imagine if there were 3 kings in the same city judging same place and same people ,do you think they will unite ?

SAAD RAMZI ISMAIL – ALBERTA- CANADA

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