The seven layers of the earth which scientists have recently discovered was eluded to by Prophet Muhammad 1400 years ago.
The Biblical evidence that Muhammad is not a false prophet. Part 1: The difficulties faced in discussing biblical prophecies, and accounts of some scholars who attested that Muhammad has been alluded to in the Bible.
The Biblical evidence that Muhammad is not a false prophet. Part 2: A discussion on the prophecy mentioned in Deuteronomy 18:18, and how Muhammad fits this prophecy more than others.
The Biblical evidence that Muhammad is not a false prophet. Part 3: A discussion on the prophecy mentioned in John 14:16 of the Paraclete, or “Comforter”, and how Muhammad fits this prophecy more than others.
The Biblical evidence that Muhammad is not a false prophet. Part 4: A further discussion on the prophecy mentioned in John 14:16 of the Paraclete, or “Comforter”, and how Muhammad fits this prophecy more than others.
Evidence for the claim that Muhammad was a true prophet and not an imposter. Part 1: Some proofs that led various companions to believe in his prophethood.
Evidence for the claim that Muhammad was a true prophet and not an imposter. Part 2: A look into the claim that Muhammad was a liar.
Evidence for the claim that Muhammad was a true prophet and not an imposter. Part3: A look into some other false claims made by critics.
The nature of the miracles performed at the hands of prophets.
The splitting of the moon, and the Prophet’s journey to Jerusalem and ascension to Heaven.
A mention of other various miracles of the Prophet, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him.
A look into the biblical verses which set the criteria for the truthfulness of the claim to Prophethood.
Prophecies of the Prophet Muhammad which were fulfilled in his lifetime and after his death. These prophecies are clear proofs of Muhammad’s prophethoodmay the mercy and blessings of God be upon him.
There are various prophecies mentioned in the Quran which specifically addressed Prophet Muhammad. The fulfillment of these prophecies has been well documented in the books of seerah, or the biography of the Prophet as recorded by his disciples.
The background and context in which the letter was written, the message it contained and how it was received.
The portents and news of the Prophet of Islam that came to Heraclius and his checking of the author of the letter’s credentials.
The acknowledgement that Muhammad was a prophet, the invitation made by Heraclius to his subjects, and their reaction to it. A discussion of some legends concerning how the letter was handed down as an heirloom.
The stories told by Prophet Muhammad of the peoples of the past an evidence for his Prophethood.
A brief article outlining what constitutes the Sunnah, and its role in Islamic Law. Part One: The definition of Sunnah, what it constitutes, and the types of revelation.
A brief article outlining what constitutes the Sunnah, and its role in Islamic Law. Part Two: How the Sunnah differs from the Quran, and the position of the Sunnah in Islamic Law.
The setting of the start of the journey, and some details about the Prophet Muhammad’s early life, may the mercy and blessings of God be upon him.
Prophet Muhammad reaches the Masjid al-Aqsa and meets some of the previous Prophets of God.
The Prophet Muhammad’s journey through the heavens.
Prophet Muhammad meets Prophet Abraham, and witnesses the realm wherein the angels are most densely arrayed in worship
In the presence of His Lord, Muhammad receives the commandment of establishing the five daily prayers.
This great miracle and honour becomes a chance for the disbelievers to attack Islam as well as a test of faith for the Muslims.
Prophet Muhammad’s life was guided by God and this was demonstrated even from a very young age.
Prophet Muhammad’s life changed drastically after the revelations began. How he adjusted was one of the clearest signs of Prophethood.
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