by Ms Rashid, Atlanta, US, Monday, June 25, 2012, 14:42 (2525 days ago) @ jawaid ahmed,uk

why should we stop thinking of Allah as a king, sitting on a throne, requiring worship, devotion and servititude etc etc, when these are the very things Allah is saying in al-quran???

So why does the al-quran call Allah king at least five times in al-quran? (e.g. 54:55?)
QXP - 54:55 Seated honorably in the Presence of a Mighty King.

Why does he say that he is on a throne? (arsh?)
QXP - 9:129 (O Messenger) if they turn away, then say, “God is Sufficient for me. There is no god but He. In Him I put my trust. For, He is the Lord of the Tremendous Throne.” [‘Arsh = Throne = Sky = Height = The Throne of His Almightiness of Supreme Control. 7:54, 10:3, 13:2, 20:5, 25:59, 32:4, 57:4]

Why does he say that he created man that we may worship him? [51:56]

if Allah swt is using clear types of description for arabs to understand, why should we say he Alllah swt means something different?

I like what someone else said to the type of statement you are making on another link.

"It is the need of the created, rather than the Creator, that after recognizing the Supreme Magnificent and All-Mighty Lord, he submits his will, his life, his death, and everything he possesses to Him! Once he recognizes his Lord and Creator, and the innumerable favors done upon him, his only righteous option would be to serve Him and Him Alone!"

do you want to me to stop thinking about what the al-quran is clearly saying? I do not agree with your understanding. i cannot find any truth or evidence in your statements and I also follow al-quran.

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