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And God said, ‘Let there be light,’ and there was light.
~ Genesis 1:3, Holy Bible NIV.
Say: He is Allah, the One. Allah, the eternally Besought of all. He begetteth not nor was begotten. And there is none comparable unto Him.
~ Surah Ikhlas, Quran.

God is the overarching protagonist in all three major monotheistic religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam), the overarching protagonist of the Bible and the Quran, and also the overarching protagonist of many other strictly monotheistic faiths. He is the one true god of the universe/multiverse according to the Abrahamic faith.

In Christianity, he has a "son" named Jesus who is also the Messiah in Christianity and Islam. In Islam, Christ is one of his chosen prophets, the penultimate (second to last) before Muhammad, the noble messenger, a teacher, ruler, one of the two messiahs (along with Hujjat-Allah al-Mahdi) and mercy to the worlds. His arch-enemy is the fallen archangel/jinn Satan.

The entire human race is believed to be created in His image. In Christianity, he is represented by the Trinity, where the father is the creator, supreme authority and the first person while the other two persons are God the Son, who is Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit, also known as the Holy Ghost according to the Christian narrative and he is known as the Lord of The Heavens and the Earth where he is the creator of everything in existence according to the Islamic narrative.

Base Information

God is the English name given to a singular being in theistic and deistic religions (and other belief systems) who is either the sole deity in monotheism or a single deity in polytheism. God is most often conceived of as the supernatural creator and overseer of the universe. Theologians have ascribed a variety of attributes to the many different conceptions of God.

The most common among these include omniscience (infinite knowledge), omnipotence (unlimited power), omnipresence (present everywhere), divine simplicity, and eternal and necessary existence. God has also been conceived as being incorporeal (immaterial), a personal being, the source of all moral obligation, and the "greatest conceivable existent". These attributes were all supported to varying degrees by the early Jewish, Christian and Muslim theologian philosophers, including Maimonides, Augustine of Hippo, and Al-Ghazali, respectively.

Many notable medieval philosophers and modern philosophers have developed arguments for the existence of God and in modernity against. God is known for His kindness towards His children and His fellow angels in Heaven and loves to have people praise Him. God also gave man the knowledge to name all the animals. The Bible and the Quran are the most important books in the world as they were made through the revelation from god.

Battle with the Devil

In the End Times, God only intervenes at the last minute, because He is a fair God and will even let evil have its own way, because it is needed to maintain balance, hard as it may be for humans to understand this.

However, God will not stand His own followers being slaughtered, so in Christianity, he manifests as Jesus, and comes into the world millennia after Jesus' crucifixion in order to set all wrongs right. God leads the righteous souls and those Raptured to the final battle and He duels and kills the Antichrist, then clashes with the Devil.

The Devil and his followers rally to attack Jesus by firing at them but Jesus/God blasts the armies of darkness out of the way. Vultures come and feast on those wicked humans who followed the Antichrist. Some believe that the Devil will be left corned, and he will be thrown into the deepest pits of Hell, bound and restrained for all eternity, never to return to tempt humanity, being as close to death as he can be in this pit because there is no escape from the tortures which await him.

Others believe the Devil will be finally destroyed and obliterated from the Universe, never to return to wage war on God again.

Good Deeds

  • Created the Universe.
  • Fine tuned and designed the universe to sustain Human life.
  • Created humans and bestowed them wisdom and a noble anatomy.
  • Regularly takes care of humans every day.
  • Shown many miracles.
  • Is an enemy of Satan, the ultimate evil.
  • Forgives all of the Earth's sins.
  • Allows those who worship and have faith in Him to get to go to Heaven, the most gorgeous and majestic place in all of creation.
  • Freed the Israelites from slavery in Egypt and led them (via Moses) to their promised land, Canaan.
  • Gave Adam and Eve what would have been Heaven had they not betrayed Him due to them being deceived by Satan, who took the form of a serpent.
  • Allowed Solomon's line to continue despite him committing idolatry (only in Christianity).
  • Allowing several civilizations such as Sodom and Gomorrah several chances to repent despite how sinful and carnal they were (though this failed, which resulted in God destroying those civilizations).
  • Allowed all of the prophets to live in Heaven.

Appearance

Note: This isn't meant to offend anybody of faith by revealing God's true image. Please don't take this as an attack on your religion. This is research from The Bible. Please respect this before proceeding further.

God's appearance is something He was proud of until The New Testament. Before that, God only revealed Himself to a handful of prophets (Moses, Elijah, Enoch, and Ezekiel). God's true face was largely unknown until the time of Ezekiel, for Moses did not reveal what he saw - having been struck radiant with amazement! So Ezekiel was unharmed when he saw the Lord; because he was living in a time God was more open with mankind about His identity.

Islamic depiction of God's appearance

In Islam, the appearance of God is unknown, no person can see the true appearance of God without perishing, an example of this was when Allah showed a projection of his greatness onto a Mountain when meeting Moses, which both knocked Moses out and shattered the mountain. However, this doesn't mean humanity will never see God, it is said the people of Paradise will see openly see Allah.

However, he has notable stated attributes, these include a hand, face, and eyes. The interpretation of these attributes varies between school of thought, although the majority of muslims on principle reject them being appendages or body parts. Other attributes regard his essence, which include highness over the Throne, and his ability to speak, both which also have varying interpretations.

Allah is shown as compassionate, and capable of great love so long as one repents their sins and turns back to submission. However, Allah is swift in retribution and tolerates obstinate rebellion from humans. He constantly lists disbelieving nations He made an example of as an example of His mighty power and willingness to do anything He desires.

Christian depiction of God's appearance

He revealed Himself to Ezekiel as a humanoid form; wearing crimson robes and golden armour, enshrouded in a beautiful rainbow, encircled in beauty.

God's true appearance was revealed by Jesus; because when Jesus ascended back to Heaven upon His Resurrection; Jesus had aged and was now depicted with long flowing white hair and a white beard. Once he had fully ascended to Heaven, he had lost all his hair except on his head but grew it back on when revealing himself to humanity. This can be taken as meaning God's true face finally revealed. He was wearing all white.

God, Himself is revealed in the finale of Revelation when He descends to cleanse Earth of its sins. He is wearing all white on a white throne. A truly beautiful Master of Creation.

Personality

Note: This isn't meant to offend anybody of faith by revealing God's true image. Please don't take this as an attack on your religion. This is research from The Bible. Please respect this before proceeding further.

God's personality is something which is very sensitive to a lot of people. They view His personality as something above all human comprehension and that to even attempt to decipher His inner thoughts is blasphemy. However, what has been revealed about His personality (by Himself, through The Bible) is surprising. Fitting God's speech that we were made in His image; God declares that He is capable of human emotions. He can feel great wrath, love, peace, unrest, unease and even ruthlessness (towards His enemies only). What little is revealed about God's character is that He absolutely hates the notion of other deities, viewing them as demons, and says that this polytheism (and murder) are among the worst sins. God loves all life; which is why He gives us prophets, to save us and sway us back to Good. However, when a person is so steeped in evil, God's heart grows sad, and He reluctantly hands us over to Satan as the wicked are the Devil's property.

God has very strict (yet simple) rules on how we ought to live. These include basic values such as preserving life (no murder) living a clean spiritual life (no lust or listening to deceit) and aiding others (encouraging evil-doers to repent). These are basic rules yet He has established higher rules too. For instance, a recurring theme in His rules is that we ought not to touch unclean animals, for instance, pork, shellfish, sea creatures which live on the bottom of the ocean (eels) and numerous birds (although this was strictly for the Jewish people as Christians are largely exempt from this rule). However He still values these creatures (as He told Noah to rescue unclean animals as well as clean ones). God absolutely hates unclean items and if one of His people touches them, they are defiled (spiritually unclean) and have to go through a ritual to become pure again. Cleanliness is next to Godliness, and for this reason God wishes us to not be envious, put aside all impure sexual lusts, and to aid and redeem others.

God allows evil because to Him everything ought have its own place in the world. It is the will of God in this world that life is not perfect, partly our own fault, and we ought to grow up and learn from our mistakes, thereby countering darkness and evil. As the saying goes, we learn from our mistakes, and God knows this better than anyone. He knows life is not all sunshine and rainbows but there will be challenges afoot. The theme of Abrahamic religions is to sin, then be cleansed through repentance. One cannot simply live a clean life. We are all sinners, said Paul, and we must face this if we seek God. Also, God knows that evil is limited and He waits for the day He can set all to rights. However, Satan is still the Prince of This World and God has acquitted the world to him, so God must wait until Satan’s reign is over so He can kill the Devil. Satan is from where all evil comes, and all impure thoughts, and only through the Devil's demise can a perfect world be established.

Because of His strictness, willingness to use violence and allowance for evil, God has been viewed by many maltheists as being a flawed entity, a popular view in the Enlightenment. Alternatively, they see this as a flawed human interpretation of who God actually is.

Trinity

The Trinity

The Father: The father is first person of the Trinity, as well as the source for the other 2 persons. Sometimes classified as God Himself. The Father is generally the main reference that we, humans, use to refer to God, even though some faiths believe that God is beyond having children, no matter whether we participate in Judaism, Christianity and Islam and the Most High is known as God, Yahweh or Allah. He is our heavenly Father and shown us as having always existed in the Bible.

The Son: The Son is Jesus Christ, the second person of the Trinity. Jesus Christ is said to be both the son of God, and at the same time God himself. He is known to be the incarnation of God Himself along with us, humans, so we may know what if God would be as a human. Being born by Mary, Jesus Christ is the central figure and founder of Christianity, and also the incarnation of god. In Islam he is the penultimate prophet and messenger of Allah (God the father in Christianity). In Christianity, he is also technically a demigod, a deity reincarnated and a divine avatar. He also possesses the same essence as the archangel Michael and the prophet Adam.

The Holy Spirit: The Holy Spirit, also known as the Holy Ghost, is the third and final person of the Trinity. Like God the father, it appeared before the second person, Jesus Christ. It's the main messenger of God for the good and bad deeds to humans. It's produced by the Father, while Jesus is born by Him. Saying that the Holy Spirit is produced is an underestimation of the Holy Spirit. He is the intermediary between God and man and the outpouring grace of God and the effulgent rays that emanate from His Manifestation. In Judaism, he is the divine force, quality, and influence of God over the universe or over his creatures and in Islam, he acts as an agent of divine action or communication. In Islam, he is also known as Ruh al-qudus and possesses the same essence as the angel Gabriel and the prophet Noah. Ruh embodies a person's immortal essential self (spirit/soul). Sometimes Ruh has been used to refer to Jesus in Islam, although Jesus is denied by Muslims to be the incarnation of God (Allah). The Holy Spirit has also appeared as a few other distinct beings, forms and parts such as the burning bush to Moses, the dove to Jesus Christ, the sacred fire to Jesus's apostles and the maid that resides in Heaven.

Famous Quotes

And I am come down to deliver them out of the hand of the Egyptians, and to bring them up out of that land unto a good land and a large, unto a land flowing with milk and honey; unto the place of the Canaanites, and the Hittites, and the Amorites, and the Perizzites, and the Hivites, and the Jebusites.
~ Exodus 3:8, Holy Bible KJV.
Call to me and I will answer you and will tell you great and hidden things that you have not known.
~ Jeremiah 33:3, Holy Bible ESV.
Moses said to God, “Suppose I go to the Israelites and say to them, ‘The God of your fathers has sent me to you,’ and they ask me, ‘What is his name?’ Then what shall I tell them?” God said to Moses, “I AM WHO I AM. This is what you are to say to the Israelites: ‘I AM has sent me to you.’ ”
~ Book of Exodus 3, 14-15 Holy Bible NIV.
Allah! La ilaha illa Huwa (none has the right to be worshipped but He), the Ever Living, the One Who sustains and protects all that exists. Neither slumber, nor sleep overtake Him. To Him belongs whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on earth. Who is he that can intercede with Him except with His Permission? He knows what happens to them (His creatures) in this world, and what will happen to them in the Hereafter. And they will never compass anything of His Knowledge except that which He wills. His Kursi extends over the heavens and the earth, and He feels no fatigue in guarding and preserving them. And He is the Most High, the Most Great
~ The Throne Verse (Also known as Ayat Al-Kursi)

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El Cochero sin Cabeza | El Camionero Fantasma | The Gray Man of Pawley's Island | La Pascualita | La Planchada | La Niña de Las Monedas

Cryptids
Arcturnians | Andromedans | Butterfly People | Bigfoot | Ghosts | Mothman | Nordic Aliens | Yeti | Pérák

Modern Legends
Long Horse | Sally Williams | Quentin the Clown

Possessed Objects
Caroline the Doll | El Camionero Fantasma | Quentin the Clown | Gargoyles

See Also
SCP Foundation Heroes

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