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What does mean a pronoun "We" in Quran?
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Contents

1 The Opening

2 The Cow

3 The Family of Imran

4 The Women

5 The Dinner Table

6 The Cattle

7 The Elevated Places

8 The Accessions

9 The Immunity

10 Jonah

11 The Holy Prophet

12 Yusuf

13 The Thunder

14 Abraham

15 The Rock

16 The Bee

17 The Children of Israel

18 The Cave

19 Marium

20 Ta Ha

21 The Prophets

22 The Pilgrimage

23 The Believers

24 The Light

25 The Distinction

26 The Poets

27 The Ant

28 The Narratives

29 The Spider

30 The Romans

31 Luqman

32 The Adoration

33 The Clans

34 The Saba

35 The Originator

36 Yasin

37 The Rangers

38 Suad

39 The Companions

40 The Believer

41 Ha Mim

42 The Counsel

43 Ornaments of Gold

44 The Smoke

45 The Kneeling

46 The Sandhills

47 Muhammad

48 The Victory

49 The Chambers

50 Qaf

51 The Scatterers

52 The Mountain

53 The Star

54 The Moon

55 The Beneficent

56 The Event

57 The Iron

58 She Who Pleaded

59 The Banishment

60 The Examined One

61 The Ranks

62 The Congregation

63 The Hypocrites

64 The Mutual Deceit

65 The Divorce

66 The Prohibition

67 The Kingdom

68 The Pen

69 The Inevitable

70 The Ways of Ascent

71 Nuh

72 The Jinn

73 The Wrapped Up

74 The Covered One

75 The Resurrection

76 Time

77 The Sent Forth

78 The Great Event

79 The Draggers

80 He Frowned

81 The Folded Up

82 The Cleaving

83 The Deceivers in Measuring

84 The Rending Asunder

85 The Celestial Stations

86 The Nightly Visitant

87 The Most High

88 The Overwhelming Calamity

89 The Daybreak

90 The City

91 The Sun

92 The Night

93 The Brightness

94 The Expansion

95 The Fig

96 The Clot

97 The Grandeur

98 The Clear Evidence

99 The Quaking

100 The Chargers

101 The Calamity

102 Vying in Abundance

103 The Age

104 The Slanderer

105 The Elephant

106 The Qureaish

107 Alms

108 The Abundance of Good

109 The Disbelievers

110 The Help

111 The Flame

112 The Unity

113 The Dawn

114 The People

 

"What does mean a pronoun "We" in Quran? Quran this is Revelation, this is Prophecy. And given in the poetic shape that testifies that they are not at all thought up by Mohhammad. Actually they were given to him by the Divine Poets, Which Ones spoke Arabic in the poetic shape. It is impossible to think up Revelations, which are given in the poetic shape.

Quran begins from the words of God Which One speaks "I am" in the beginning, and then - "We". From some stage of a narration in Quran, the One Who gave Quran, begins to speak not "I am" about himself but - "We". And atheists in the Soviet time in Russia, which were at war against Islam, against Quran, on this basis have begun to speak: "you, Muslims, can't be monotheists if in your Quran the pronoun "We" on behalf of the God is used".

This question we already considered many times, the fact that God is Unified (God in aspect of the Creator, Allah). Actually He is Unified, because There there is no separation. In Abode of the Creator there is no separation. There All is Unified. There there is Unified Consciousness, but This Consciousness is complex. This Consciousness is Unified, consists of merged Divine Souls, which Ones achieved Divine perfection and went into Abode of the Creator and then therefrom have emanated already as Individualities Divine, as manifestation of Holy Spirit to help embodied, to participate in evolution in such a way."

 

 
 

 


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