You can help by adding to it. November The first and second volumes are largely introductory in their nature and present an outline of the book. Ghulam Ahmad listed six points to which the book adheres. Parts I and II[ edit ] Announcement detailing the form, conditions and criteria, of the challenge. Appeal to the Muslims to support the publication of this book Introduction and Preface to the book written by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Part III[ edit ] It contains all the truths based on the principles of the knowledge of religion; all the truths put together can be called Islam It is claimed to contain arguments for truth of Islam It contains answers to the allegations, accusations, objections and whimsical views of the opponents of Islam, like Jews, Christians, Magians, Aryas, Brahmins, idol worshippers, Atheists, Aaturalists and non-religious people. It contains a discussion on the basic religious beliefs of other religions.
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But BA1—4 only covers one argument, that is, that MGA receives divine revelation from his God, and this is 1 argument of In , in Haqiqatul Wahy, MGA and his team of writers mentioned how BA5 was in the works see page and it would contain signs, but if you look at BA5, it has nothing of the sort. This is the preface. We ll, back in , MGA promised 40 parts of Arbaeen, however, he stopped a few months later at 4 and called it ev en. PDF Pages 11—42 MGA and his team of writers seem to have published a poem here, this is basically the beginning of the book.
Sandilands was caught with a young girl in his room and immoral behavior, he seems to have left British India to the UK. MGA claims that it was found out that this person had 17 young girls with which he was acting like a sexual predator with.
Ho wever, what about MGA and his night-watch-women? Who also massaged hi m? MGA then talks about the signs that have been given in his support. He also mentions how Esa as never did any miracles that are attributed to him by Christians and Muslims. MGA then mocks the islamic belief that esa as will physically descend onto a white minaret. MGA then returns to his regular and classic argument that esa As is not alive in heaven.
MGA covers again. Imam Malik may have believed that esa as died, however, he still believed in the physical return of Esa as as we all as his physical lifting to Allah. MGA then asserts that Muslims believe that when Esa As will physically return, he will be the last of the prophets, however, this is untrue, Muhammad Saw is the final prophet to be born. Pages 79—85 Chapter 1 seems to start here. So far, all we have seen are old poems by MGA and old arguments that were made in It seems like another separate booklet altogether.
This chapter ends abruptly. MGA talks about his divine revelation as a non-law bearing prophet and the controversy which this claim has caused. He also confirms that Muslims do not believe in any revelations after the Quran, and thus this is why they have treated MGA as such.
MGA gives 7 arguments, which are signs or predictions, he emphasizes that these are the true way to discern truth. Pages consist of another poem. MGA then asserts that his God has kept him alive for almost 30 years after his initial claim of divine revelation, and this was so that MGA could witness his signs and arguments completed. MGA continues to explain how amazingly he has transformed from a nobody to a Messiah. He then gives 7 prophecies and arguments for their fulfillment.
MGA claims that the Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya contains many predictions and signs for the future. He talks about the 2 yellow sheets again, this has to be the 10th time that he has mentioned it in his various books, nothing new. He mentions that he has 4 sons, who are still alive and this is per a prophecy, however as we all know, one would die tragically in , Mirza Mubarak Ahmad. He then compares himself to Adam again. He also claims that all the humans in the world were spiritually dead, just like when Adam came to Earth.
Clark and a few others. He continues to argue that all prophets were slandered, and thus the allegations against himself are normal. MGA goes on to clearly call himself a Prophet. He then relates the story of Yusuf As and tried to point out similarities. He mentions the Karam-Din case again and makes a parallel to the life of Yusuf as. He even goes to the extent of claiming that he had predicted these earthquakes back in BA1—4 He then gives addresses to his converts in the USA which are lies.
He then makes his oft-repeated argument about how the Imam will be from the ummah and he attributes it to himself. He mentions that he mistakenly believed in the physical return of Esa as while BA 1—4 was published, but then his God opened his eyes.
He then returns to comparing himself with Adam as Abraham and Yusuf and others. He then claims to have been given parts of prophethood of all prophets, in a complicated method.
He creates many parallels and even claims all of the quranic verses that were for Dhul Qarnain, for himself. He mentions Karam Din in this poem. However, 60 years? Which actually adds up. This book was published in Oct of , this is all very strange, however, it seems like a slip-up from the ghost writer. The Appendix starts from here, it is unclear if this was published in the original or if it was added later on.
MGA and his earthquake predictions. MGA responds by saying that in he was referring to just normal Earthquakes or normal floods, that anyone could predict, however, after , MGA was referring to the greatest Earthquake the world has ever seen.
MGA also seemed to make a grammatical error in one of his Earthquake prophecies, which is also discussed. Related Essays and links.