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Why the Ahmadiyya (Qadiani) are not outside of Islam

'And who so obeys Allah and His Messenger shall be among those on whom Allah has bestowed His blessings--the Prophets, the Truthful, the Martyrs, and the Righteous. And an excellent company they are. This grace is from Allah and Allah suffices as One Who is All Knowing.' Al Quran 4: 70/71
   1.Introduction    2.Coming of Messiah/Mahdi and his status    3.Jesus dead or alive?
INTRODUCTION I begin by informing the reader that the intention of this short paper is not to prove that Mirza Ghulam Ahmad is the Imam Mahdi and Messiah, rather it is to share vital information with nonAhmadi Muslims regarding their almost unanimous claim that the Ahmadiyya is outside the fold of Islam. Secondly, I never was and am not in any way shape or form a scholar, nor do I represent the Ahmadiyya Jamaat in any formal sense. This paper is a mere compilation of scholarly work. The Prophet Muhammad pbuh said in regards to calling a Muslim a non-believer: “Whenever someone calls his brother Muslim a …

Jesus Christ did not Die on the Cross – A Cardiologist’s Perspective

Introduction In recent years, the crucifixion of Jesus Christ(as) has stimulated considerable interest. The inspiration received from the masterpiece of the Promised Messiah, Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad(as), Jesus in India, stimulated this author to conduct an interdisciplinary investigation on the circumstances surrounding the crucifixion and to present a historical-cum-medical accurate account as to why Jesus Christ(as) went into a state of swoon and the circumstances that led to his recovery, and to explore the differential diagnosis of other clinical conditions put forward by doctors. There is a range of evidence on the process of crucifixion in literature. However, the credibility of any discussion will be determined primarily by the credibility of the source material. For this ‘theory’, the source material includes the extensive and detailed descriptions of the process of flogging and crucifixion found in the New Testament Gospels,[3] and contemporary Christian and non-Christian a…

Nazm of Promised Messiah a.s

کیوں نہیں لوگو تمہیں حق کا خیال دل میں اُٹھتا ہے مرے سَو سَو اُبال ابن مریم مر گیا حق کی قسم داخل جنت ہوا وہ محترم مارتا ہے اُس کو فرقاں سر بسر اس کے مر جانے کی دیتا ہے خبر وہ نہیں باہر رہا اموات سے ہو گیا ثابت یہ تیس آیات سے اے عزیزو سوچ کر دیکھو ذرا موت سے بچتا کوئی دیکھا بھلا یہ تو رہنے کا نہیں پیارو مکاں چل بسے سب انبیاء و راستاں کیوں بنایا اس کو باشان ِ کبیر غیب دان و خالق و حیّ و قدیر مر گئے سب پر وہ مرنے سے بچا اب تلک آئی نہیں اس پر فنا (ازالہ اوہام۔ روحانی خزائن جلد 3صفحہ513)

The Gospel of Peter says Jesus did not die on the cross

Also watch a BBC Documetary, the Lost Gospels From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gospel of PeterDateSecond-half, 2nd Century ADAttributionSaint PeterLocationIsraelSourcesEarly Passion Stories, Canon Gospels?Manuscripts8th or 9th centuryAudienceThemefirst-hand accountThe Gospel of Peter (Greek: κατά Πέτρον ευαγγέλιον), or Gospel according to Peter, is one of the non-Canonical gospels which were rejected by the Church Fathers and the Catholic Church‘s synods of Carthage and Rome, which established the New Testament canon, as apocryphal.[1] It was the first of the non-canonical gospels to be rediscovered, preserved in the dry sands of Egypt. A major focus of the surviving fragment of the Gospel of Peter is the passion narrative, which is notable for ascribing responsibility for the crucifixion of Jesus to Herod Antipas rather than to Pontius Pilate

Did Jesus survive the crucifixion? And continue his mission with the lost tribes of Israelites

IntroductionThe Theory that Jesus (peace be upon him) survived the crucifixion is as old as the event of the crucifixion itself. In the following Hub, I will site what evidence and academic research is available to support the ‘survival’ theory or what is also known as ‘The Swoon Theory’. I will also provide the available support for the theory of what was the likely discourse and relocation that Jesus sought after having survived the crucifixion, which is to continue his ministry with the lost tribes of the Israelites dispersed through South East Asia. However, I would first like to say that if you believe in Jesus as Messiah, a Prophet or a Son of God, then one has to have faith in his prophecies and statements too. In the prophecy that Jesus made in Matthew 12:39-40, he compared his predicament and his miracle to that of Jonah’s. Jonah survived his predicament, he did not die and then rise from the dead. In fact, other than the dogma of Jesus, no