The Triangle of Monotheism Quran

This is not just another book, these people are now going to the next level and are taking verses from the holy book and twisting them into another book. Work towards its correction. around and looking at it very casually and not talking or doing anything about it.

Those who are watching this happen and do nothing about it will be asked on the Day of Judgment whether you were helpless in the face of these things. Wake up people, open your eyes, read the Qur’an in your own language. Find it written in what is happening around us today.

The Quran, the holy book of Islam, emphasizes monotheism throughout its chapters, affirming the oneness of God and denouncing any form of polytheism or associating partners with Allah.

Most of the Qur’anic verses on this subject emphasize the oneness of Allah in relation to creation, order (ordering of the world) and worship. They first draw the attention of man to the fact that the creator of the world is Allah alone. He alone has dominion over it. Then they conclude that only He is worthy of worship.

What is triangle in Islam?

In the religious context of Islam, the term “triangle” has no particular or universally accepted meaning. Fundamental ideas, practices, and beliefs centered on monotheism (Tawhid), submission to God’s will (Islam), and good acts are at the heart of Islamic teachings.

What Quran says about monotheism?

“That is Allah, your Lord!. There is no god but He, the Creator of all things. Then worship Him, and He has power to dispose of all affairs” [Al-An’am 6:102]

“This is the creation of Allah. So show Me that which those (whom you worship) besides Him have created. Nay, the Zalimun (polytheists, wrongdoers and those who do not believe in the Oneness of Allah) are in plain error.” [Luqman 31:11]

“And they rejected those signs in iniquity and arrogance, though their souls were convinced there of…” [An-Naml 27:14]

“O mankind! Worship your Lord (Allah), Who created you and those who were before you so that you may become Al-Muttaqun(the pious). Who has made the earth a resting place for you, and the sky as a canopy, and sent down water (rain) from the sky and brought forth therewith fruits as a provision for you. Then do not set up rivals unto Allah (in worship) while you know (that He Alone has the right to be worshipped)” [Al-Baqarah 2:21,22]

“Then anyone who violates his oath does so to the harm of his own soul. And anyone who fulfils what has been covenanted to Allah; Allah will soon grant his a great reward” [Al-Fath 48:10]

“And indeed We sent Nuh (Noah) to his people, and he said: “O my people! Worship Allah! You have no other Ilah(God) but Him. Will you not then be afraid (of Him i.e. of His punishment)?” ” [Al-Mu’minun 23:23-4]

“whoever assigns partners to Allah, it is as if he had fallen from the sky, and the birds had snatched him, or the wind had thrown him to a far off place.” [Al-Hajj 22:31]

What does 3 triangles in a triangle mean?

Tawhid al-Rububiyyah: This aspect refers to the belief in the oneness of God in His lordship or sovereignty. It acknowledges that God is the Creator, Sustainer, and Controller of the universe.

Tawhid al-Uluhiyyah (or Tawhid al-Ibadah): This dimension of monotheism involves the belief in the oneness of worship. It signifies that all acts of worship and devotion must be directed exclusively to Allah without associating any partners with Him. The Quran highlights the one-and-only worship of Allah, denounces idolatry, and underlines that only He is worthy of worship.

Tawhid al-Asma’ wa al-Sifat: This element is the conviction that Allah’s names and characteristics are one and the same.

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