Did God Become Man?

Bilal Philips
Bilal PhilipsIntro
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1 Belief in God
Bilal Philips1 Belief in God
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2 The Gods
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3 Man is God
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4 God Becomes His Creatures
Bilal Philips4 God Becomes His Creatures
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5 God Becomes One Man
Bilal Philips5 God Becomes One Man
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6 Men Become God
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7 Why?
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8 Did God Become Man?
Bilal Philips8 Did God Become Man?
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9 Can Man Become God?
Bilal Philips9 Can Man Become God?
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10 Did God Have a Son?
Bilal Philips10 Did God Have a Son?
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Bilal PhilipsOutro

Although the vast majority of human beings have always believed in the universe having a creator, concepts of God vary greatly among them today. For many people, important questions remain unresolved such as: Are religions divine in origin or man made? Can God really do “all things” like some scriptures claim? Could He create a rock too heavy for Him to lift? Who created the Creator and did God become man?

In this audiobook, Jamaican-born scholar Dr. Bilal Philips uses the light of reason to examine and challenge popular concepts of God in major world religions including Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism.



  • Belief in God
  • The Gods
  • Man is God
  • God Becomes His Creatures
  • God Becomes One Man
  • Men Become God
  • Why?
  • Did God Become Man?
  • Can Man Become God?
  • Did God Have a Son?

About the Author

Dr. Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips is a Jamaican Canadian Islamic Scholar who accepted Islam after journeying politically and intellectually from Christianity to Communism. His desire to seek in-depth knowledge has taken him to Madinah, Riyadh and the UK, where he completed his BA, MA and PhD in Islamic Theology. Considered one of the most influential English-speaking scholars today, he is the founder and chancellor of the International Open University with over 100,000 students from 207 countries.

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