(footnotes are separate linked pages on this site. The paper volume spans about 190 pages)
Proofs that are Internal and External Evidence of the Truth and Superiority of the Holy Quran
Before writing the proofs of this theme, it is important to mention certain preliminary matters that are basic principles for finding out the meaning of the following arguments, and to understand their context and substance. Here I write these preliminaries:
Whatever comes into being with just Divine Power, even if it is one of His creation or a book from among His pure books that are literally and figuratively emanating from Him, has to have the characteristic that none from Creation is capable of creating something similar. This principle, that is true of each thing that emanates from God, is proven in two ways:
First, by reason: because based on correct and solid reasoning it is essential that God be Unique, without peer, in His person, attributes and actions, and it is not allowed that any of creature should be equal in any of His creation or word or action. The proof of this is: if there was any creation or word
in mid-sentence on page 150 Footnote 11 begins and this footnote is about 90% of the rest of the book. In the footnote, the author tries to bridge the gap between God's words and human words and starts to lay the argument for the author's claims of Divine communications.
or action in which a creature was allowed to be His equal, then it would be allowable in all His attributes and actions, and if it is allowed in all attributes and actions, then the appearance of another God should also be allowable for the thing in all the Divine attributes are found is named god.
And if some attributes of the Exalted Nurturer are found in something, even then it is equal to the Exalted Nurture in something, and being equal to the Nurturer is prima facieforbidden by reason. Therefore, by this argument, it is proven that God, in all his attributes and words and actions, is essentially without peer and His person is free from all base matters which lead towards the emergence of an equal to the Nurturer.
The second proof is through inductive reasoning: (tbd continue from page 153)