How does Allah describe Himself in the Quran?
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Dear Brother / Sister,
Allah defines Himself in the Quran
God Almighty introduces Himself to us as follows in the Quran:
God Almighty is pre-eternal, post-eternal, the first and the last. There is nothing or nobody similar to, equal to and like him; He has no partners. His attributes come from His essence. He created everything. He was not created. He did not give birth and He was not born. He is free from space. That is, He is not limited with any place. He is everywhere. He is closer to everything than anything. Everything is infinitely far away from Him.1
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