Its worth noting that User ik999 posted a book using this link ( download/file.php?id=3423
) on March 28.
Page 7 of the book reads as follows:
"WHAT OF THOSE WHO DENY GOD'S ATTRIBUTES? Jabir asked, "My lord, what does it mean when fallen creatures say that god cannot be described and he is without attributes?" Baqir answered, "Jabir, these are god's words of wrath. The high king is near and is called near and rejects the worship of cursed Iblis: 46 'They see him distantly; we see him close.' 47 Watch out, Jabir. I tell you, when the Qur'an states, 'Say, he is one god
;48 this is the speech of unbelievers. What do you say to that?" Jabir said, "Lord of all lords, you know best." Baqir said, "God is as we have described him, as he appeared to Iblis. The cursed Iblis said, and full of loathing, 'You are not our lord. There is only one god and a godhead, but he is in heaven. There is no likeness or image of him.'
Yet this is a shallow explanation of the verse, 'Say, he is one god
.' The words also signify enormous anger. May Iblis be far from you, from all Muslims and believers. Jabir, for all the faithless he is far and difficult, but for believers he is near and plain. Believers know he is, but the unbelievers see nothing there. "When you worship what is not, it rejects your worship. When something is not, the worship is refused. As it is written, 'He rejects repentance of the unbelievers.' 49 Jabir, for us there is no room for what is not. Apart from god as he's described, we see no other. The high king is the spirit in the godhead. In light he is the sun coming from god. From realm to realm that light kisses light all the way down into the holy seat of the believers' brain, like rope or path. When light and spirit fade, believers wed the truth, and through the light return to body."