AYTD just wanted to remind our readers about the reason behind showing these Qur'an Quotes. The Qur'an is the backbone of Islam - it's a gift of guidance coming directly from God Himself for us to follow Not only does it outline how best for us to live our lives, but it also validates its Truth and sincerity from start to finish via the many Ayat; undeniable proofs and evidence that back up its claims. From how a baby is formed in the womb, to expressing the floating and orbiting of planets, stars and the moons, to divulging that all moving living creatures have come from water. These and many other revelations are being discovered by science and other means Centuries after the Qur'an's disclosure to the world.
The Qur'an Quotes are just re-iterating the numerous miracles that God has Willed with the most consummate ease... And yet they still deny. Until the Day of Judgement have people been constantly doubting and trying to disprove the Truth of God and of Islam. The latest that I came across was that Allah is a moon god. The source of such statements came from what I believed to be a highly reputable place, and I admit, I was tested in my faith. So what did I do? I "done my research" and went not to any source, but the only source for restoration of my beliefs... The Qur'an.
So, what does the Qur'an have to say about Allah being a moon god? I had a look, and found out that as you may already know; Allah is no such thing. He explicitly says that He is different from the moon (as he has created and subjected them to run for an appointed term, whereas He is infinite), for us not to prostrate to the moon as we should not also to the sun - He even says in Surah 76; Al-Insan (Man or Time) that there is no sun or moon in Heaven! It delivered more than I asked for.
If you ever feel in doubt about anything, please seek comfort in Allah and His Mercy; it'll come to you at the right time.
Jordan Maxwell and Yoel Natan; these Quotes are dedicated to you.
"And from among His Signs are the night and the day, and the sun and the moon. Prostrate not to the sun nor to the moon, but prostrate to Allah Who created them, if you (really) worship Him."
(Surah 41: Fussilat (Explained in detail); verse 37)