|You are admonishing the son|
|For example: Allah says: So Allah having a son is an impossibility, let alone a doubtful matter||So the fact that they do transgress, although true, is being brought to the level of impossibility|
Clearly chances are that the earth is still going to be spinning tomorrow.29
|The idea here is to show that given all the signs Allah has shown them, it is pretty impossible to remain transgressing||In more formal terminology you can call the condition the protasis, and you can call the consequence the apodosis|
|So not only has Allah having a son been restricted to the realm of the hypothetical, but the listener has been rendered completely speechless because we have covered all scenarios, possible and impossible||So the Quraysh were people who transgressed, therefore this is an occasion of certainty, not doubt|
You know she is available but you pretend there is doubt, for whatever motive.
|He is implying that the work is so impossibly strenuous, that it makes outrageous things, like the earth stopping from spinning, seem completely possible||Now, in balagha we are going to look at it from a different point of view|
|Now this is interesting, and it is hard to understand without an example||Conditionals are primarily associated to predicates|
So here we have just mentioned 3 popular anomalies.