In modern times it is claimed Allah (God in Islam) historically originates as a Moon God.
Therefore this Moon God was worshipped in pre-Islamic Arabia originates in early 20th-century scholarship, most prominently advocated by American evangelicals from the 1990s. The idea was proposed by archeologist Hugo Winckler in 1901. It was proliferated in the USA in the 1990s, first via the publication of Robert Morey's pamphlet The Moon-god Allah: In Archeology of the Middle East (1994). Morey argues that "Allah" was the name of a moon god in pre-Islamic Arabic mythology, the implication being that "Allah" as the term for God in Islam implies that Muslims worship a different deity than the Judeo-Christian one. Joseph Lumbard, a professor of classical Islam, has stated the idea is "not only an insult to Muslims but also an insult to Arab Christians who use the name 'Allah' for God."
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