A Critical Appraisal for the prediction of Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w) in the Bible

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Dr GHULAM Mustafa

Abstract

The principle subject and point of this examination article is to feature the realness and poise of the prophethood of the last courier of Allah Almighty for example Muhammad (s.a.w.). Heavenly Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) is the main and best good example for the entire humanity. His approach has been brought up in every single Holy Scripture. In the predictions lying in the Holy Scriptures of different religions like Hinduism, Zoroastrianism, Buddhism, Judaism and Christianity not just the indications of the last courier have been referenced yet even his name is likewise referenced there. Despite the fact that these books are not in their unique structure the same number of adjustments have been made to them as indicated by their own researchers yet they incorporate a lot of predicting about the last courier Muhammad (s.a.w.). On the off chance that the devotees of these religions have solid confidence in their blessed sacred texts, they need to acknowledge and put stock in the last courier for example Muhammad (s.a.w.). In the event that they won't acknowledge these predictions it implies that they reject their own prophets and Holy Scriptures. He (s.a.w.) was so honest and genuine individual that his most noticeably terrible foes kept their depositaries in his guardianship and the individuals of present age likewise admit that He (s.a.w.) is the most conspicuous character in mankind's history as Michael H. Hart writes in his celebrated book "The 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential Persons ever";

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How to Cite
Dr GHULAM Mustafa. (2021). A Critical Appraisal for the prediction of Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w) in the Bible . Al Qalam, 26(1), 377-386. https://doi.org/10.51506/alQalam.26(2)1629

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