Muhammad bin Lyin wrote:I think it means the heavens and earth ARE Allah's throne, and that's why that hadith says the sun goes underneath the throne. It thinks the sun sets underneath the flat earth just like most thought back then.
There is a hadith that tells us that initially there was just throne of Allah on water and later Allah created heavens and the earth so throne must be different from earth and heavens.
So there was water before the heavens and earth??
See?? See what an obviously stupid person this is??? And they ignore it
I think the hadiths regarding this issue are clear and Muhhamad really meant the throne which is seperate from earth and heavens . He seems to have imagined Allah as some sort of ruler .Just go through the quotes from hadiths here regarding the throne of Allah. Well you can never trust Muhhamad to say something sensible. Gibberish was hardcoded into his brain. http://www.faithfreedom.org/Articles/ab ... throne.htm
The problem is that we have to remember that after Muhammad does not give the correct answer as to where the sun goes when it sets, where the only correct answer would be "nowhere", and instead he says it goes somewhere and prostrates, he DOES say that the sun goes underneath
the throne, and this is why I'm thinking that the throne in this case means all of the heavens and earth, and ultimately the sun is going underneath the flat earth and hence the entire throne, to it's daily resting place whereby it prostrates to Allah and asks Allah for permission to rise again and continue on it's course.
Isn't that a beautifully poetic idea?? And that's what it intended to do while it thought is was explaining the truth of things and therefore confirming Muhammad was legitimate, while never realizing how this would be in error in later times.
It's so obvious that it might as well pluck you in the nose. One might as well simply look at their hand if they would like to see something less obvious.