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God in Islam: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: Islam teaches that God as referenced in the Qur'an is the same God worshiped by the members of other ________ such as Christianity and Judaism (29:46).
Bahá'í FaithSamaritanAbrahamic religionsJesus

Question 2: According to Francis Edwards Peters, "The Qur'an insists, Muslims believe, and historians affirm that ________ and his followers worship the same God as the Jews [see Qur'an 29:46].
IslamMosqueAliMuhammad

Question 3: [4] According to tradition there are ________ (al-asma al-husna lit.
Shia IslamCriticism of IslamMu'taziliNames of God in the Qur'an

Question 4: Ludovico Marracci (1734), the confessor of ________, states:[20]
Pope Clement XPope John Paul IIPope Innocent XIPope Alexander VII

Question 5: Oneness of God or Tawīd is the act of believing and affirming that God (Arabic: ________) is one and unique (id).
ShariaMuhammadAllahIslam

Question 6: Islam vigorously rejects the Christian belief that God is three persons in one substance (see ________).
Biblical canonTrinityChristologyGod in Christianity

Question 7: The Quran's Allah is the same Creator God who covenanted with ________".
DavidJacobIsaacAbraham

Question 8: Bawa, (1976), "Asma'ul Husna - The 99 Beautiful Names of Allah: The 99 Beautiful Names of Allah", Publisher:The ________ Fellowship, ISBN 0-914390-13-9 [3]
Idries ShahAbdul-Qadir GilaniKhoja Akhmet YassawiBawa Muhaiyaddeen

Question 9: [1][2] Islam puts a heavy emphasis on the conceptualization of God as strictly singular (________).
Islamic theologyTawhidMuhammadShia Islam

Question 10: In Islam, God, known in Arabic as ________, is the only real supreme being, all-powerful and all knowing Creator, Sustainer, Ordainer, and Judge of the universe.
AllahShariaMosqueMuhammad
















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