As we all know, Ahmadis stole all of their beliefs from Sir Syed in terms of miracles and Esa (as) his birth, his death and etc…the only exception would be the Ahmadiyya theory of “Jesus in India” and that MGA was actually the messiah. Other then those, almost every belief came from Sir Syed. Further, Nooruddin brought all of those beliefs over and began inserting them into Ahmadiyya books around 1891. The Lahori-Ahmadis seem to have stuck with this belief, even though MGA seemed to be against it by 1904, he even scolded Noorudin on this matter. Nonetheless, as Nooruddin became Khalifa, he began asserting this belief again, the Lahori-Ahmadis then kept it as they split from Qadian. Moreover, the Qadiani Khalifa never objected to this part of the Lahori belief, i.e. that Esa (As) had a biological father. Obviously, Mirza Basheeruddin Mahmud Ahmad hadn’t made up his mind yet on this topic.
Noorudin’s comments in 1911
“There is another debate, as to whether the Messiah was born without father or not. I say: Did 124,000 prophets have fathers or not? The Shariah has not laid upon us the obligation to make investigation about the mothers, fathers, sisters and brothers of prophets. These matters are not a part of your spiritual progress.” (Badr, 24th August 1911)
“waladat e Masih” written by Dr Basharat Ahmad of Lahori ahmadiyya branch, written in 1930
He claims that he is writing this, after the extensive study of the Holy Quran and Holy Bible. Basically Dr Basharat (by the way readers might not know that he was father in law of Moulana Muhammad Ali) is saying, that Hazrat Eisa had a father, Dr Basharat does not believe in miracle birth of Hazrat Eisa, and how it is possible that he could be born without a human father, and how was it possible that Hazrat Maryam got pregnant with out a Male partner/husband.
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