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
I believe in finality of prophethood, and I have read the same from Ghamdi Sahib's Meezan, but one of my friends believes that prophethood has not terminated on Muḥammad (sws). He says BAB and BAHULLAH are the prophets who followed Muhammad. He gives following verse of the Qur’an in support of his argument:
Is it correct that the Prophet (sws) answers those who send blessings on him in the grave? I have been told that the Prophet (sws) himself has said that whenever someone invokes Allah’s blessings for him, Allah returns the soul to his body until he replies to his salutation. Is the Hadīth authentic?
Is it correct that the Prophet (sws) answers those who send blessings on him in the grave. I have been told that the Prophet (sws) himself has said that whenever someone invokes Allah’s blessings for him, Allah returns the soul to his body until he replies to his salutation. Is the Hadith authentic?
For your consideration, I will present to you some verses of Quran which Ahmadis believe refer to Ghulam Ahmad. But as I said before, the Jews deny the verses in Taurah which refer to Muhammad (sa), and the Muslims deny the verses in Quran which refer to Ghulam Ahmad.
I am not going to give you the Ahmadi translation of these verses, I am going to give you a word for word translation of these…
What is your opinion about milaad (Celebrating the Prophet’s (sws) Birthday)?
The Holy Qur'an states that Noah (sws) preached for almost nine and a half centuries. I believe that average life and physical body traits of mankind has always been the same. A difference of five to ten years is understandable. But what the traditions report about the body structure of Awj b. Aunuq seems far beyond the reality. We can deny it because it has not been affirmed by the Holy Qur'an. But the life…
I have a question regarding true dreams. I myself have experienced true dreams especially after I changed and came close towards Allah. I started experiencing true dreams first precisely when I prayed istikhara and I myself have experienced how the Almighty guides you. Each of the dreams that I saw as a warning happened to be true and I got to experience His miracles. But aren't true dreams a part of prophethood? There is even a…
Are there any individuals other than the Prophets who received the Divine guidence?
I would like to have the privilege of the Ziyarat of Holy Prophet (sws) in my dream. I would just like to add that I have had mystical/spiritual experiences in the past. But this seems to be the goal of my mystical life.
What is the factual position when people say that Muhammad (sws) is the beloved of Allah and the leader of the Prophets and Messengers?
Mention the occasions in the Holy Quran where Allah Almighty has commanded His servants to follow the Sunnah of the Holy Prophet (sws).
Did the Prophet (sws) ever remain under a magical spell?
Why do we know about maximum 30-40 Prophets whereas we know that the world had seen 124,000 Prophets since its inception. Even Quran is silent about rest of the Prophets?
Second, an automatic question of why all Prophets came in an around a particular geographical area, I mean Arab peninsula. Why not in China, Canada or South America?