Please read my informative post again:Mohammed was self-appointed and that isn't a lie. The oldest Gospels in the Peshetta predate islam hundreds of years. You can see that the concepts are already there at the time of moh because he struggles to understand it as an ignorant ummi and argues based on his own conjecture of things such as that 'God' would need to have sex to manifest as the Savior (with a concubine) etc.
It doesn't contradict that YHWH God is one and that verse proves that your 'allah' is a fraud. The concept that the Messiah that was expected would be YHWH God is in the prophecy (Isaiah) and confirmed in the Gospels that predate the death cult and are the same today.
You are mohammedans, without mohammed you would have NO allah since you rely completely on his (paganized confusion of)'allah' falsely associated with the Biblical God.
That the terms God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit were recognized hundreds of years before Muhammad was appointed, IS a lie. Please do not bullshit!
You do not have any of those terms in your gospels, not even in the letters of Paul and not even in the letters of James.
The absurd terms came only 450 plus years after Jesus was gone.
" The New Encyclopedia Britannica 1976
"Neither the word trinity, nor the explicit doctrine as such, appears in the New Testament, nor did Jesus and his followers intend to contradict the Shema in the Old Testament:'Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God is one Lord'(Deut. 6:4)...
The doctrine developed gradually over several centuries and through many controversies...
By the end of the 4th century ... the doctrine of the trinity took substantially the form it has maintained ever since."
No lies please, we are Muslims.
All prophets were appointed by the LORD Almighty. However, no one carried a certificate of appointment.
There was only one self-appointed person and that was the motor mouth Paul, who came out of the blue, filled the vacuum left by Jesus and his disciples, who had gone into hiding. Paul spoke a lot more than Jesus did.
If you extract the real words spoken by Jesus, they would not amount to even ten percent of the quantum that Paul spoke.
And the biggest joke is that you never question Paul's self-appointment and take over Jesus in absentia.