The Holy Qur’an states:
Muhammad (SAW) is not the father of any man amongst you, but he is the Prophet of Allah and khatam-al-nabiyyīn. (Q 33:40)
Kindly explain if he is not the father of any male child or man, then how could we justify the birth of His son who died in infancy? Your guidance in the matter shall be highly appreciated.
M. Atif Ghouri
We have heard this thing many times but I want to clear it that some people say that Prophet Muhammad (sws) was born before Hazrat Adam (sws). Is it true? Please explain it in the light of Quran and Ḥadīth.
Please clarify the following: Did Adam (sws) ask his forgiveness from Allah by using Prophet Mohammed (sws) as an intermediary (wasilah)?
Is it allowable to differ with the opinion, thinking and advice of the Prophet (sws) in minor religious matters?