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Submitted by skulldrag (United States), Feb 15, 2009 at 23:01

Where in the Qur'an does it say that Allah is a moon God? I can't find that in the Qur'an.

Also, what Bible have you read for 40 years? The Bible and Qur'an have many similarities. You may need to get new Bibles and Qur'ans.

In the King James Version of the Scofield study bible version 1909 it notes under Genesis 1:1, it states the following:

"Elohim, (sometimes El or Elah), English form "God," the first of the three primary names of Diety, is a uni-plural noun formed from El – strength; or the strong one, and Alah, to swear, to bind oneself by an oath, so implying faithfulness…"

Also please read what Elohim definition ("The same divine name is found in Arabic (ilah) and in Aramaic (elah).") is for yourself in the Jewish Encyclopedia. Here is a link. http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=52&letter=N&search=YHWH#164

Elohim is the first name of God to appear the Bible, in the first few words of Genesis;

"In the beginning God [Elohim] created the Heavens and the Earth" Genesis (1:1)

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