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    Posted: 15 March 2016 at 5:15am
Asalam Walekum

I was thinking about this while I was doing some LSAT questions. The azan says "Ash hadu Allah ilaha ilallah" meaning there is no god but God. But logically it means that saying something can be thought of, it gives it existence. Does by saying "Ash hadu Allah ilaha ilallah"or "La ilaha illallah, Muhammadun rasulullah" says there is god, and then there is The God. By saying that there is god, it exists. If you think about it, it exists. Does this mean the same here? Isn't god and God two different identities?
Logically does this make sense?
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