[qadianism] Re: The Finality of Prophethood - Concensus of Scholars
By umaraadil @excite.com
5:02am
Wed
17
Feb

Answer:

The proof is in the pudding. 

This is an English language expression that means that to test the truth of
something, you look at its results.

What was the result of mirza? He tried to change Muslim beliefs. He tried to
outlaw jihad (Islamic self-defense).

While it is true that many Muslims have abandoned themselves to modernity,
that does not mean that the message is unavailable. The Qur'an is more
available to mandkind today than at any previous time in history. And it was
always the point in sending prophets without messages that they would
restore the original message. We have the original message in all its
purity, and there is no need for someone to restore it.

So, what need for mirza?

On Mon, 15 Feb 1999 10:05:02 -0000,  han-@thedoghousemail.com  wrote:

> Dear Mr. Rashid,
> 
> May Peace be upon you.
> 
> The prominence and the importance of the prophethood of Hazrath Muhammed
(SAS) is not under-rated by anybody.  Any sane person, who has faith in the
Holy Quran would vouch for the same.  However, I dont understand what is
wrong in another prophet coming in Islam, especially when it it with bearing
to the Holy Quran and saying of the Holy Prophet himself.
> 
> The Holy Prophet himself having stated that a period would come in Islam
when faith would have been discarded by its followers, and the same would be
re-established in it by Imam Mahdi, how come you people are of the opinion
that noone should come??
> 
> And how does it bear with the teachings of Holy Quran????
> 
> Just trying to prove that the Holy Prophet was the last prophet would not
solve the plight of the present day muslims.  The Holy Prophet himself
having stated that these people would one day resemble the jews (who
rejected prophets who came unto them) are you guys not just following them
word for word, step for step????
> 
> 
> Hanz. 
> < 36c4872b.f6179dd-@emirates.net.ae > wrote: 
> Original Article: http://www.egroups.com/list/qadianism/?start=176
> > Mr Farhan
> > Wa alaikum assalam
> > 
> > Farhan Qureshi wrote:
> > 
> > > Asslaamu Alaikum,
> > > Let me ask you this: What Great Haqq, or Big entitlement does being
> > > the Last Prophet give to the Holy Prophet (saw). He is the SEAL: Al
> > > Khatam. To be the last Prophet is a sad statement. That means Allah
> > > (SWT), does not want to guide us any-more:
> > 
> > I think with a slight paradigm shift you can see a better picture. The Last
> > Prophet is an honour not a sad statement, The Message of Rasoolullah, the
> > Greatness of Rasoolullah, The Prophethood of Rasoolullah, transcends all
> > boundaries of time and space till the Day of Qiyamah and beyond. Allah
> > completed His favour upon His creations by sending His Final Prophet, who is
> > so complete and perfect in every sense of the word, that to send someone
> > after him for further guidance is cast a shadow of doubt on the completeness
> > of his Message and Prophethood.
> > 
> > Of course if Holy Prophet Muhammad SAAW is not enough for his guidance,
> > Allah no longer wants him to guide.
> > 
> > > All respect is Due to the Greatest Prophet, Al Khatuman Nabiyyan,
> > > Muhammad Mustufa bin Abdullah bin Abu Mutalib Rasuulullahe
> > > (SAW)!!!!!!!!!!!!
> > > Love for all Hatred towards None.
> > > I bear witness: There is none worthy of worship exept Allah and I bear
> > > witness: Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.
> > 
> > Dear Farhan Beware of the following verse from Quran:
> > "When the Hypocrites come to thee, they say "We bear witness that thou art
> > indeed the Apostle of Allah." Yes Allah knoweth that thou art indeed His
> > Apostle and Allah beareth witness that the Hypocrites are indeed liars.
> > (AlQuran 63:1)
> > 

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