In Surah Ankabut (29:19), it is said

See they not how Allah originates the creation, the repeats it. Verily, that is easy for Allah.

At first, I wondered if this means that he will create the like of mankind again after the Day of Judgement, but I doubted this personal interpretation after reading then next verse which says

... originated the creation and then Allah will bring forth the creation of the Hereafter.

So I'm guessing that the "repeats" part is in reference to resurrection, not new beings.

In any case, I am wondering if there is any evidence in the Qur'an or Hadith for Allah creating once again after the Day of Judgement. Similarly, do we know whether there there creations (other than angels) before humans?

  • Hereafter is a creation but not the same as the creation of this world, this unicerse. Only Allah is uncreated. Commented Dec 20, 2020 at 20:33
  • @MoziburUllah that does not answer my question. And for whoever downvoted the question, kindly explain your reason for it as the question is quite reasonable as far as I can tell.
    – Favst
    Commented Dec 20, 2020 at 20:48
  • If you haven't noticed It wasn't an answer. However, it is correct. Moreover, despite your protestations, it does answer your question which shows a deep lack of understanding of the Qu'ran - but why is this surprising from someone who calls himself Faust? You do know the story of Faust, the guy who sold his soul to Satan? Commented Dec 20, 2020 at 21:33
  • @MoziburUllah I chose the name because the Creator was merciful to Faust in the end, exemplifying that he may choose to redeem anyone. Instead of being condescending, perhaps you can respond with a full answer. If it makes sense, I would be happy to accept it.
    – Favst
    Commented Dec 20, 2020 at 22:30
  • It's a strange choice because Faust is a byword in the language for the bargain he made with Mephistopheles, the one I referred to above - selling his soul to Satan. I'm not being condescending and nor am I interested in writing an answer as in my opinion, the question shows a poor understanding of the Qu'ran and Islamic theology, despite the quotes, because as the phrase goes - the devil can quote scripture for his own purposes. Commented Dec 20, 2020 at 22:45


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