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The book of Hadith seems to support trinity, i.e. three gods in one

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Submitted by zuma (United States), Jul 10, 2017 at 01:19

Book #040, hadith #6847, Sahih Muslim, "This hadith has been narrated through other chains of transmitters on the authority of Ibn Abbas, (and) the words are: While Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) stood up to deliver a sermon, he said: O people, Allah would make you assemble barefooted, naked and uncircumcised (and then recited the words of the Qur'an): "As we created you for the first time, We shall repeat it. (It is a promise (binding) upon us..."

As Allah was the creator of this universe, why should the phrase, we created you, be mentioned in the book #040, hadith #6847 instead of the phrase, he created you, if Allah should be the only creator of this universe? For instance, if there is the only one created this universe instead of two or more Allah, the phrase, we created you, should not be mentioned in this verse. Instead, it should mention he created you or I created you.

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