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MUHAMMAD (PBUH)
THE NATURAL SUCCESSOR TO CHRIST (PBUH)

by Ahmad Deedat

 

Chapter 1
The final Messenger

 

MULTI-FACETED SUCCESSION

Successions are of many kinds like the birthright of the "first-born" as in Jewish law. Or the ascending of the eldest son or daughter to the kingly throne. Or by election, to select a candidate by the vote of the majority. Or Theologically, an appointment by Divine Decree of God's chosen Messengers. Like the call of Abraham, Moses, Jesus or Muhammad (May the Peace and Blessings of God be upon them all) who were appointed or "anointed"2 in consecration to their office.

Muhammad

1. Chronologically, in history as a sequence of event in time.

2. By being Chosen3 by God.

3. In the fulfillment of the prophecies of his predecessors, and but not in the least...

4. By bringing the Guidance of God to perfection ' "For he will Guide you into all Truth." said. Jesus Christ

 

1. In this book as well as in my other publications, I quote extensively from the Arabic Qur

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Short Quotes

Superiority only in Rightousness

On a certain occasion the Prophet (s.a.a.w.) was travelling on his camel over hilly terrain with a disciple, Uqba Bin Aamir. After going some distance, he asked Uqba to ride the camel, but Uqba thought this would be showing disrespect to the Prophet (s.a.a.w.). But the Prophet (s.a.a.w.) insisted and he had to comply. The Prophet (s.a.a.w.) himself walked on foot as he did not want to put too much load on the animal. [Nasai]
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