Allah of the Koran tells us that he could have a son but he would have to find a suitable consort first. This tells us that Allah’s absoluteness does not preclude him having a bodily shape or form which could be capable of procreation

The Cattle

  1. [6.101] Wonderful Originator of the heavens and the earth! How could He have a son when He has no consort, and He (Himself) created everything, and He is the Knower of all things.

The Jinn

  1. [72.3] And that He– exalted be the majesty of our Lord– has not taken a consort, nor a son:
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2 Responses to Allah of the Koran tells us that he could have a son but he would have to find a suitable consort first. This tells us that Allah’s absoluteness does not preclude him having a bodily shape or form which could be capable of procreation

  1. θ says:

    Throughout Qur’an the Arabic word Sahib is never translated literally as the wife (Nisa) or the consort (Zawj).
    A Moslem child has to keep accompanying (Sahibu-huma) his heathen parents, in Q.31, v.15. The verse can’t be meant “to consort” his parents.

    Moses asks Khidr to not accompany him with the word “La Tusahibany” (Not accompany me) in Q.18, v.78. The verse can’t be meant “to consort” Khidr.

    Jonas is called “Sahib al-Huwt” (friend of the whale) in Q.68, v.48. The verse can’t be meant Jonah is a consort of the whale.

    Joseph says to his friend in prison “Sahiby” (my company) in Q.12, v.39. The verse can’t be meant “Joseph is a consort of the inmate.

    Prophet Muhammad is called as “Sahibu-kum” (your company) of the Makkah in Q.7, v.184, Q.34, v.46, Q.53, v.2. The verse can’t be meant Prophet Muhammad is a consort of the Makkah people.
    Abu Bakr who accompanies Prophet Muhammad to migrate from Makkah to Madinah is called “Sahibu-hu” (his company) in Q.9, v.40.

  2. madmanna says:

    These are human relationships governed by law.

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