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How does the Koran define God's nature?

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Submitted by John W. Milor (United States), Jan 22, 2007 at 00:00

Putting aside all intellectual debates, I ask this basic question; can the Koran be boiled down into a simple sentence, and if so, what is that sentence? If you think you know the answer to this question, and especially if you're a Muslim, please let me know what it is: jmilor@yahoo.com.

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