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Rules for dating in islam

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According to Hossein Nasr, Ali, the first imam (Shia view) and fourth Rashid Caliph (Sunni view), is credited with having established Islamic theology.

It is usually but not always in the form of idolatry and supplicating to others than Allah, or believing that they hold the same attributes as him in an equal or lesser degree.The divine names project divine attributes, which, in turn, project all the levels of the creation down to the physical plane.Aside from the supreme name "Allah" and the neologism ar-Rahman (referring to the divine beneficence that creates and maintains the universe) and a few other specific names like al-Maalik al-Mulook ('King of Kings') in an authentic narration of Muhammad, other names may be shared by both God and human beings.According to the Islamic teachings, the latter is meant to serve as a reminder of God's immanence rather than being a sign of one's divinity or alternatively imposing a limitation on God's transcendent nature.Attribution of divinity to a created entity, shirk, is considered a denial of the truth of God and thus a major sin.The first step of religion is to accept, understand and realize him as the Lord...

The correct form of belief in his unity is to realize that he is so absolutely pure and above nature that nothing can be added to or subtracted from his being.

As to the two meanings that are correct when applied to God, one is that it should be said that "God is one" in the sense that there is no likeness to him among things.

Another is to say that "God is one" in the sense that there is no multiplicity or division conceivable in Him, neither outwardly, nor in the mind, nor in the imagination. Theologians usually use reason and deduction to prove the existence, unity and oneness of God.

This is false because that which has no second cannot enter into the category of number.

Do you not see that those who say that God is a third of a trinity fall into this infidelity?

Further Tawhid requires Muslims not only to avoid worshiping multiple gods but also to relinquish to strive for money, social status or egoism.