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MGA’s prophethood

From 1891 to 1900, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad denied his own prophethood 50-100 times

Intro
Most Ahmadi’s haven’t read enough to understand MGA’s prophethood. In the BA1-2, which was published in 1880, MGA was indirectly claiming prophethood. In fact, in the BA2, MGA quoted 18:109 (18:110, in the Ahmadi quran)(see also 31:27, the verse is identical) and says that “”Say, ‘If the ocean became ink for the words of my Lord, surely, the ocean would be exhausted before the words of my Lord came to an end, even though We brought the like thereof as further help.’. Thus, MGA was arguing from the Quran that Allah will continue talking (prophethood) to Muslims until the Day of Judgement and this Islam was superior to all other religions. In volume 3, MGA quoted 9:32, and essentially was claiming prophethood for himself. In fact, MGA’s first argument in the BA was that of the continuation of divine revelation, however, MGA wasn’t being clear. Continue reading “From 1891 to 1900, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad denied his own prophethood 50-100 times”

Can Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s prophethood be proven from the Quran?

Intro
Before MGA claimed to be the Messiah (1891), he had written Barahin-i-Ahmadiyya Vol. 1-4 and was indirectly claiming prophethood and was thus declared a Kafir by his own sect, the ahl-e-hadith. In 1879, in the BA2, MGA quoted 18:109 (18:110, in the Ahmadi quran)(see also 31:27, the verse is identical) and says that “”Say, ‘If the ocean became ink for the words of my Lord, surely, the ocean would be exhausted before the words of my Lord came to an end, even though We brought the like thereof as further help.’. Thus, MGA was arguing from the Quran that Allah will continue talking (prophethood) to Muslims until the Day of Judgement and this Islam was superior to all other religions. In volume 3, MGA quoted 9:32, and essentially was claiming prophethood for himself. In fact, MGA’s first argument in the BA was that of the continuation of divine revelation, however, MGA wasn’t being clear. Continue reading “Can Mirza Ghulam Ahmad’s prophethood be proven from the Quran?”

Before he claimed prophethood, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad said that ANYONE from a good family can become a Prophet/Rasul (1899)

Intro
MGA quietly claimed prophetood in November of 1901. He published the famous announcement called “Eik Ghalti Ka Izala”, which eventually turned into a small booklet. About a year later, a book which was 99% written in 1899, was also published, its the famous publishing case of “Tiryaq ul Qulub”, this book would be discussed in the split of 1914 and subsequent polemics between the Lahori and Qadiani-Ahmadi’s. Nevertheless, in Tiryaq ul Qulub, MGA gives some weird story wherein he argues that ANYONE can become a Prophet (Nabi) and Messenger (Rasul), even a person with the worst morals. MGA goes on to argue that everyone has the potential to become a prophet or messenger, however, Allah has never done this, nevertheless it is possible (mumkin in urdu). Interestingly, in September of 1898, MGA claimed that in the time of the Messiah, women will also get Ilham’s and children will even get prophethood, which was a total lie, nevertheless, MGA seems to have been laying the ground work for his eventual claim of prophethood. This is the same book wherein MGA claimed that the denier of his Messiah/Mahdi/metaphoric-prophethood was not a Kafir, Kafir’s were only those people who denied law-bearing prophets (which is a lie). Continue reading “Before he claimed prophethood, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad said that ANYONE from a good family can become a Prophet/Rasul (1899)”

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