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How many days do Muslims believe God created the world?
Muslims believe that Allah created the world in seven days
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Answer 1 Yes. (The Arabic word "Allah" literally means "the deity" and is used in approximately the same way as the phrase "THE LORD" is in the Christian Bible, to represent… the Holy Name.) There are however, some differences between the Muslim and Christian concepts of God. Answer 2 Yes, Muslims believe in God, the one and only one God, with no son, no father, no partner, no companion, and no associate. God is Allah in Arabic; the same God in Christianity and Judaism. The Arabic versions of the Bible, God is written as Allah. yes muslims believe in god.They believe in Allah the all mighty, the all merciful, the all forgiving.I am a muslim and i beilieve in god. A lot of people say that muslims dont believe in God but this isnt true.They say they dont because we believe that Jesus is a prophet not the son of god though.But Jesus never did thought he was the son of god he believed he was a prophet just liked the muslims did.But who knows i could be wrong.But yes, muslims do believe in God. Answer 3 Yes, Muslims believe in Allah (or God in English and same God worshiped on Judaism and Christianity) as the one and only one God with no partner, no son, no father, no companion, no associate, and no equivalence. They believe in all God prophets, holy books, angels, God Hell and Paradise, and the Resurrection Day. Yes, Muslims believe that there is one God and one God alone, without partners. The word for God in Arabic is Allah. This literally means 'the God.' This is the one true God's name, and it cannot be pluralized or assigned a gender. Arabic-speaking Christians also call God Allah.
Muslims believe in one God called Allah The Muslims believe in No god, but ONE Almighty God (Called Allah in Arabic). They believe that Almighty God is the Sole Creator, Susta…iner, Provider and Ruler of the Universe. He has No Parents, NO Off-Spring, No Partner, NO Associate. He and He alone deserves worship. The Jews also worship the same God. Allah.
Islam mainly revolves around the principle known as Tawhid (توحيد), also known as the 'belief in one God.' In this, it is essential for Muslims to not associate thems…elves with worshiping anyone but Allah.
God created the world in seven days, everyday creating a different aspect of the earth. On the first day, God created light and separated the light from the darkness, calling …light "day" and darkness "night." On the following day, god created the sky to separate the waters. On the third day, God created dry ground and called it "land" and gathered the water, calling it "seas". He also created vegetation. The fourth day brought the sun, moon and stars to give light to the earth and to govern and separate day and night. These would also serve as signs to mark seasons, days, and years. God created every living creature of the seas and every winged bird on the fifth day, blessing them to multiply and fill both sea and sky with life. On the sixth day God created animals to fill the earth, including the first man and woman. They are known as Adam and Eve. God blessed these people and gave them every creature and the whole earth to rule over, care for, and cultivate. By the seventh day, God had finished his creation of earth so he rested. This seventh day is known as the Sabbath day and is the holy day to Christians.
Islamic people (Muslims)believe Allah (god) almighty created the heavens and earth and Adam and Hawah (Eve) started humanity on earth.
6 days on the seventh god rested. Genesis 1:31 (King James Version) 31And God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. And the evening and the m…orning were the sixth day. Genesis 2:1-3 (King James Version) 1Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, and all the host of them. 2And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made. 3And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made. It must be remembered that the Genesis creation account was originally written as one continuous record, with no numbered verses as we have today. The account of the creation of the world in 6 days each of 24 hours ends at 2v4a and the second complimentary account which deals specifically with the creation of man begins there. There has been mush learned discussion about the meaning of yom in Genesis 1 since it can mean an indefinite period of time such as 'in my day we didn't do things that way.' However, when yom is coupled with 'evening and morning' it can only mean a day of 24 hours as we know it today. Even those who do not wish to believe that God created the world in 6 24 hour days acknowledge that this is what the Hebrew says. Yet, its been known for many decades if not centuries, that the 24hr day has not been a 24hr day for a long long time. Its totally possible for the 6 day creation to have taken more than the 6days in terms of todays timekeeping. Fact is, that in centurires past, the day was considered only 12 hours per night was not included in many calcuations per no work being done at night by farmers and etc. Per this alone a lot of socalled calcuations ignore this and other factors that definitely at least double the 'clocktime' while the noted 6day comment is valid, the actually amt of modern time value will be different than 6x24x7.
Yes. --- they only believe in one God... which is Allah. Yes. Muslims believe in the same god worship by Christians and Muslims.
Muslims got their beliefs mainly from the Bible. The Bible records that the world is created by God and hence Muslims believe that God created the world.
Just one. The Shahadah or Declaration of faith says. "There is no God but God and Muhammad is His prophet."
If you mean "do muslims believe that God created the world" then yes, they do believe that Allah created the world. Hope this helps.
because if wwe have different god for example the god of ocean of health or.... it means thea these gods are powerful just in one thing and they are weak in other aspects but …we say God is the one who is pwerful in everything and he is a creator not a creature he wasn't born and he doesn't have a child if we had several god because they are actually weak they need a creator tha it means again God or allah.
Quite a number of religions such as Christianity and Islam. Hope this helps.
Answer All religions worship some sort of deity, or a figure like the Christian God. In the Muslim faith (also known as Islam), "God" is known as "Allah." He is the supreme… being, the one and only God, the transcender of time and mankind, the creator of the universe. In the Koran (sometimes written Qur'an), which is the Islam equivalent to the Holy Bible, the reality of Allah, his names, his actions, etc., are outlined. Traditionally in the Muslim culture, there are 99 names of Allah, each portraying some characteristic of the mighty being that is so worshipped. They include Al-Rahman (the Merciful) and Al-Rahim (the Compassionate). Answer Muslim God is the one and only one God that all prophets, from start of mankind, called to worship him. All prophets; including Adam, Noah, Abraham, Ismael, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, David, Solomon, ..., Jesus, and Mohamed; called for worshiping the same one and only one God: The Creator, The All-Merciful, The All-Mighty, The All-Forgivable, The All-Wise; The All-Knowing;...
The Jewish people have a religion and virtually all religions credit the head of their religion with being responsible for all that we behold. Religions revere, and that i…ncludes the Jewish religion, what is seen as that which is responsible for all that we behold, as there can be nothing more powerful. Answer: If the question is aimed at the "why" god created the world, not many religions (such as Judaism) answer this directly. It might be the deity was lonely, wanted worshipers, did it as an idle gesture. or for purposes of its own. Jewish Answer While the above answers are interesting, they actually have nothing to do with Judaism and what Judaism teaches. In truth, Jews have historically spent a great amount of time on the question of 'Why did God create the universe'. The conclusion that Jewish thinkers came to can be summed up with the following: "It was the ultimate act of goodness. God is perfect and infinite. He has no need for a universe; He has nothing to gain from creating mankind. Thus, we can only view creation as an act of altruism -- for the sake of man." (Rabbi Dovid Rosenfeld) For a more detailed look at this question, please visit the related link below. Answer: Jews believe that God created the universe, because we possesses a tradition going back to the first man, who opened his eyes and saw a freshly-created world. He spoke to God in prophecy (Genesis ch.3) and knew who the Creator was.
I could write pages and pages to answer this, but here is my simplified answer: If you look at nature around you, isn't it beautiful?! The trees sway in the breeze, the bird…s sing by day, the sun sets the sky on fire at dusk, and the peaceful chirping of the crickets fills the air and the twinkling stars dot the skies by night. Isn't it hard to believe that just one random, unplanned bang created such order and BEAUTY?! How can chaos create order AND beauty? Chaos creates chaos. Also, scientific theories still don't fully explain everything about the creation of the world, for is not the Law of Conservation of Mass "Matter cannot be created or destroyed"? If this is true, where did the matter that made Earth come from? What created the bang in the Big Bang theory? Actually it is not just Christians who regard the universe as created by God. Christians get a bad press because some Christians (Creationists) cite Genesis 1 as the story of Creation as though it were fact. However Genesis was never meant to be taken literally - certainly most of the Jews didn't. Anf Jesus never mentions Adam, and Paul mentions him only occasionally, but also allegorically. In Hebrew Genesis is an allegorical poem (eg Adam means 'humankind') and not a statement of how the universe actually came about. To think otherwise would be like accepting CS lewis's Narnia books as an historically accurate account of a real land. That said, though, new discoveries in cosmology have raised questions about the origin of the Universe. One such problem for the atheist is the Anthropic Principle. This is a discovery which deals with the fundamental constants of the universe set at the Big Bang. As one example, the Gravitational Constant G is a set figure all over the universe. However, if it was any larger, stars would form too quickly and would burn out before life could evolve on planets around them. If too small, then stars would never be hot enough to support life, or produce heavier elements. And the difference between 'too small' and 'too large' is a tiny percentage of the value. Coincidentally G is just the right amount to enable life to exist. However coincidence goes out of the window when one realises than not just G is 'just right' but literally hundreds of fundamental constants like Boltzman's constant, Planck's constant, the mass/charge ratio of an electron and so on are just the right value for humanity to exist. One commentator once said 'the universe has bent over backwards to alllow human life to exist..... it's as if, at the Big Bang, the universe knew we were coming." One can think of one or two constants hitting the mark as coincidence, but not hundreds. This strongly suggests design in the universe. And if there is design, there must be a designer. For Christians this designer is best expressed by God as creator, and sustainer of the universe. One can cite scripture as evidence of God's creation (eg John 1), but in the story of Creation, as well as scripture backing up the idea of a Creator God, it is also backed up by hard scientific evidence in the Anthropic Principle
No. Muslims believe that Jesus was the Messiah (although they understand that term differently from Christians and Jews) and an important Prophet. However, they do not bel…ieve him to be a Divinity or part of God.
Sunni Muslims as well as Shiites Muslims have full submission and surrender to Allah (God in English and same God in Judaism and Christianity and worship Allah (or God) as the… one and only one God with no partner, no companion, no son, no father, no associate, and no equivalence. Refer to questions below for more information. Islam religion is the religion of monotheism.