Allah was the Messenger of Muhammad
Most of the Quran is focused on getting people to follow Muhammad. Aisha, the child wife of Muhammad accurately stated that the Quran was created to meet Muhammad’s personal wishes and desires.
“Aisha reported. ‘I feel that your Lord hastens in fulfilling your wishes and desires.’” (Sahih al-Bukhari 4788)
“Say, (O Muhammad, to mankind). If ye love Allah, follow me; Allah will love you and forgive you your sins. Allah is Forgiving, Merciful.” (Quran 3.31)
In the above verse it is Muhammad who is asking people to follow him, but he is using Allah (via the Quran) as his messenger. Why doesn’t Allah say his teachings himself, why ask Muhammad to say it? ‘Allah is forgiving, merciful’ is stated in many Quranic verses. This is clearly the words of Muhammad. It makes no sense for Allah to say, ‘Allah is forgiving, merciful’. Why not just say ‘I am forgiving and merciful’? Also, how can Allah be merciful if he orders women to be taken captive, raped, and burned people eternally? How can Allah be called forgiving, if he gives only one chance (only one life)? How can Allah be called compassionate if he orders animals and people to be killed?
“Allah has said. “Take not (for worship) two gods: for He is just One Allah: then fear Me (and Me alone).”” (Quran 16.51)
The above are clearly the words of Muhammad. It makes no sense for Allah to say, ‘Allah has said’.In many Quranic verses it states “Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah…” These are clearly the words of Muhammad. Why doesn’t Allah say, ‘Muhammad is My messenger’?