Al Islam Urdu Home Page Ahmadiyya – الاسلام اسلام اردو صفحہ. Volume 1 · 1. Braheen-i-Ahmadiyya (Vol. 1 to 4) Al-Haq Ludhiana, Al-Haq Dehli, Asmani Faisla, Nishan-e-Asmani, Aik Esai Ke Teen Sawal Aur Un Ke Jawabat, _ _ _ _. Barahin-e-Ahmadiyya Part IV. by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, The Promised Messiah and Mahdi (as). Arguments in support of the Divine Origin of the Holy. al-Barāhīn al-Ahmadīyyah ‘alā Haqīqatu KitābAllāh al-Qur’ān wa’n-Nabūwwatu . Original Barahin-e-Ahmadiyya Vol I – IV · Read Online (Urdu).
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The fourth volume discusses the need for the word of God revelation. My sole concern and heart-felt desire is to demonstrate the truth and rectitude and lay it bare for all to see. Thus, this age is also in need of this spiritual water.
Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya – episode 1
The excellence and uniqueness of Al-Fatiha opening brahedn of the Qur’an and other verses of the Quran are discussed. It demonstrates the superiority of Islam over all other faiths with logical arguments. Here we present selected extracts from Parts I and II.
Ahmdiyya subject of external and internal proofs of the truth and excellences of the Quran are dealt with at length. The book elaborates upon the divine origin of the Holy Quran and truthfulness of the Holy Prophet Muhammad may peace and blessings of Allah be upon him.
I would have been quite happy to confine myself to my own faith and avoid discussing the beliefs of my opponents, but the problem is urfu a thorough scrutiny and comprehensive discussion of true principles and arguments is not possible without exposing the falsity of all creeds opposed to the right path.
This is the time when many have taken on the complexion of the Jews and have not only abandoned the fear of God taqwa and purity of heart, but ahmadiyua the Jews of the days of Jesus, have become the enemies of truth. O men of God! Follow us on twitter.
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First published in Urdu in Qadian, India in The fifth volume of the Barahin ends with an explanation of certain revelations which Ghulam Ahmad claimed to have received in which he was addressed as Jesus.
Islamic theology books Works by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad. Certain prophecies are made of which many people were told of beforehand. Part of a series on: The Gracious and Beneficent, who gave us poor mortals, without any merit of our own, all that we needed. A comparison is made between the teachings of the Quran and those of the New Testament.
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You can help by adding to it. It also compares the nature of God as presented in the vedas arguing that they do not address the idea of God’s oneness and leave the concept of God unclear, open and miscible. You people know that when rain is held back and a long period goes without rainfall, then the final result of this is that even the wells begin to dry up.
Articles to be expanded from November All articles to be expanded Articles using small message boxes. In writing the book, Ghulam Ahmad sought to rejuvenate Islam by arguing for the validity of its principles and vindicating its teachings in response to Christian and Hindu polemics against Islam as well as atheistic philosophies.
He adds that living miracles and signs and not merely the stories of bygone ages are the sure sign of a living religion. In these turbulent times Islam can only stand its ground if it repels the besieging forces of misguidance with an equal force and defends itself against the enemy onslaught with the mighty power of truth.
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Its teachings zealously promote the Oneness, Greatness and Excellence of God; and it is filled to the brim in establishing the Oneness of the Glorious God. Towards the end of this volume, Ghulam Ahmad claimed that he had received a sudden manifestation of God, the like of which had been received by Moses and that God addressed him saying Verily I am your Lord. The work was initially intended to be a fifty-volume series in the defence of Islam, however, Ghulam Ahmad’s claim to be divinely appointed as the expected Brahsen and Messiah during the course of its writing and following the publication of volume four marked a major turning point in his life.
This manner of argumentation will prove to be an excellent means of fostering knowledge and lending maturity to thought and perception. Ghulam Ahmad explains the unusual delay of 23 years to write the 5th Part of Barahin-e-Ahmadiyya ; after the initial four partsduring which period he wrote more than 80 other books, Ahmad explains that the delay was the Will of God, so that many of the Revelations, he received ahmadiyyaa years earlier and published in the initial parts, would have been fulfilled.
This section needs expansion. I read the scriptures of all faiths with a spirit of fairness and honesty and pondered and deliberated upon them.