Something I've always found odd, wondering if any of the religious can explain it: why is god considered masculine in the abrahamic religions? masculine implies being 1/2 of a pair needed to procreate and produce offspring, but god is unique and can't have baby gods, so surely it is a contradiction for 'god' to be masculine? also, if god is masculine, does this mean he has gigantic god testicles and a massive god wang?
It's only a matter of linguistics defined by the grammatical gender. In Arabic, nouns are always either grammatically masculine or grammatically feminine. The Qur'an refers to God using the masculine pronouns because the word “Allah” is grammatically masculine, this has nothing to do with the biological gender.
There is nothing whatsoever like unto Him.” (Quran, 42:11)
In our prayers, we use the word "Rabb" meaning Lord/Master. 'Father' is not used in our literature. I'll let the Christians explain their case for the Bible.