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The basis of this claim is that the Koran claims it is so. The Koran tells some parts of the the stories of Abraham and of Moses, howbeit in mangled form, and claims to be preaching the same God. You don't have to read much of the Koran to encounter this claim, since the Koran really consists of little more than this claim, mangled retellings of Bible ...
I don't see the air or oxygen within it, but I breathe and live. My breath is sustained by God. I don't see him, but I keep breathing. I suggest you obtain a standard bible, sincerely read and study it. In so doing, you will learn about God. The more you study, the more you will learn and know about God.
This is a great question. 1 John 4:12, John 1:18, & 1 Timothy 6:16 all cross reference each other and all say that God (the Father in this case; I'll get to this later) has not been seen, and cannot be seen. It doesn't directly say formless, but we interpret it that way as something that can't be seen would logically lack form. Now, you raised some ...
This is the sort of question you could debate endlessly. Are "God" and "Allah" two names for the same being, or names for two different beings? It would be hard to logically argue that Christianity and Islam are both true, but does this mean that one or the other worships an imaginary God, or that they worship the same God but one of them is confused about ...
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