Al Islam Urdu Home Page Ahmadiyya – الاسلام اسلام اردو صفحہ. Volume 1 · 1. Braheen-i-Ahmadiyya (Vol. 1 to 4) Al-Haq Ludhiana, Al-Haq Dehli, Asmani Faisla, Nishan-e-Asmani, Aik Esai Ke Teen Sawal Aur Un Ke Jawabat, _ _ _ _. Barahin-e-Ahmadiyya Part IV. by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, The Promised Messiah and Mahdi (as). Arguments in support of the Divine Origin of the Holy. al-Barāhīn al-Ahmadīyyah ‘alā Haqīqatu KitābAllāh al-Qur’ān wa’n-Nabūwwatu . Original Barahin-e-Ahmadiyya Vol I – IV · Read Online (Urdu).

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Braheen-e-Ahmadiyya – episode 1

It demonstrates the superiority of Islam over all other faiths with logical arguments. It does not impute ahmadiyy Him anything that is contrary to His Oneness or attribute to Him any blemish, shortcoming, or unworthy attribute.

Views Read Edit View history. Thereupon, as a matter of contrast with them God named me Messiah. This manner of argumentation will prove to be an excellent means of fostering knowledge and lending maturity to thought and perception. ahmdiyya

Here we present selected extracts from Parts I and II. You can help by brqheen to it. The first and second volumes are largely introductory in their nature and present an outline of the book. This page was last edited on 7 Novemberat The first two parts were published in CE, the third volume was published inthe fourth volume in and the fifth volume in Brageen Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

I would have been quite braheem to confine myself to my own faith and avoid discussing the beliefs of my opponents, but the problem is that a thorough scrutiny and comprehensive discussion of true principles and arguments is not possible without exposing the falsity of all creeds opposed to the right path.

For our physical sustenance, He appointed the sun, the moon, the clouds and the winds. Towards the end of this volume, Ghulam Ahmad claimed that he had received a sudden manifestation of God, the like of which had been received by Moses and that God addressed him saying Verily I am your Lord. Retrieved 20 September Its teachings zealously promote the Oneness, Greatness and Excellence of God; and it is filled to the brim in establishing the Oneness of the Glorious God. This is the time when many have taken on the complexion of the Jews and have not only abandoned the fear of God taqwa and purity of heart, but like the Jews of the days of Jesus, have become the enemies of truth.


The fourth volume discusses the need for the word of God revelation.

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This section needs expansion. O men of God! For instance, it proves the existence of the Creator, establishes His Unity, advances irrefutable arguments to show why divine revelation is necessary, and never fails to prove a truth or refute a falsehood. He answers objections raised by some people; the death of Jesus is also dealt with in the light of verses of the Quran. ahmadkyya

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Why do we need another book? Not only is it that I call the people urvu this age to myself, rather the age itself has called me. In these turbulent times Islam can only stand its ground if it repels the besieging forces of misguidance with an equal force and defends itself against the enemy onslaught with the mighty power of truth.

About his claim he states with which ends the fifth volume:. I read the scriptures of all faiths with a spirit of fairness and honesty and pondered and deliberated upon them. Perversion of thought and perception has greatly impaired their power to draw rightful conclusions. It is the only one whose principles regarding uedu are based on truth and human nature; whose doctrines are comprehensive and firmly grounded in truth and are confirmed by powerful arguments; whose commandments are nothing but the dictates of truth and whose teachings bear no blemish of idolatry, human innovations and false deities.

Successors of the Messiah: Thus, this age is also in need of this spiritual water.

Barahin E Ahmadiyya Old – براھین احمدیہ

In the third ahmadigya Ghulam Ahmad laments at the poor condition and plight of the Muslims and has shown great concern for them. Therefore, just as in physical terms the water of the sky also creates an effervescence in the waters of the earth, likewise, that which is the heavenly water in spiritual terms namely the revelation of God is that which bestows freshness to low intellects.


After the supplement, Ghulam Ahmad intended to add an epilogue, the notes of which have been added. Islamic theology books Works by Mirza Ghulam Udu. The work was initially intended to be a fifty-volume series in the defence of Islam, however, Ghulam Ahmad’s claim to ahmadiyga divinely appointed as the expected Mahdi and Messiah during the course of its writing and following the publication of volume four marked a major turning point in his life.

With this he declared that he no longer had any control over this book, but that it was God alone who knew how it would proceed. First published in Urdu in Qadian, India in Instead of glorifying God, they glorify themselves; instead vraheen following His guidance, they take themselves to be the guides. My sole concern and heart-felt desire is to demonstrate the truth and rectitude and lay it bare for all to see. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

I deem it necessary to say this much about my claim that I have been sent by God precisely at the time of need.

In writing the book, Ghulam Ahmad sought to rejuvenate Islam by arguing for the validity of its principles and vindicating its teachings in response to Christian and Hindu polemics against Islam as well as atheistic philosophies.

It also compares the nature of God as presented in the vedas arguing that they do not address the idea ahmsdiyya God’s oneness and leave the concept of God unclear, open and miscible.