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Philosophy of Teachings of Islam

Philosophy of Teachings of Islam

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 THE PHILOSOPHYOFTHE TEACHINGSOF ISLAM
H
a
d
rat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad
 
 The Promised Messiah and Mahdi
as
 Founder of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jam
a
‘at Translated into English by Sir Muhammad Zafrulla KhanIslam International Publications Ltd.
 
 “The Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam”by 
H
a
d
rat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad
as
of QadianEnglish rendering of “
Isl 
su 
l K 
Philosophy 
” (Urdu)By Sir Muhammad Zafrulla KhanFirst Urdu edition published in 1905, followed by several editions.First English edition published in UK by  The London Mosque in 1979Reprinted by Islam International Publications Ltd.in 1989, 1992, 1996, 2007Present revised edition (with a new format) printed in UK 2010
©
Islam International Publications Ltd.
No part of this book may be reproduced or used in any form or by any means graphic, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying,recording, copying or information storage and retrieval systems withoutpermission of the publisher.
Published by Islam International Publications Ltd.,‘Islamabad’, Sheephatch Lane Tilford, Surrey GU10 2AQ UK.Printed in UK atBritish Library Cataloguing in Publication data Ahmad, Mirza Ghulam, 1835-1908 The philosophy of the teachings of Islam. 1. AhmadiyyatI. Title297. 2046ISBN 1-85372-193-X ISBN 1-85372-198-0 Pbk ISBN 978-1-84880-055-7
 
 About the Author
Born in 1835 in Qadian (India),
H
a
d
rat MirzaGhulam Ahmad, the Promised Messiah and Mahdi
as
,remained dedicated to the study of the Holy Quran andto a life of prayer and devotion. Finding Islam thetarget of foul attacks from all directions, the fortunes of Muslims at a low ebb, faith yielding to doubt andreligion only skin-deep, he undertook vindication andexposition of Islam. In his vast corpus of writings(including his epoch-making 
Bar 
n-e-A
madiyya 
 ), hislectures, discourses, religious debates etc., he arguedthat Islam was a living faith and the only faith by following which man could establish contact with hisCreator and enter into communion with Him. Theteachings contained in the Holy Quran and the Law promulgated by Islam were designed to raise man tomoral, intellectual and spiritual perfection. Heannounced that God had appointed him the Messiahand Mahdi as mentioned in the prophecies of the Bible,the Holy Quran and A
ha
d
i
th. In 1889 he began toaccept initiation into his Community which is now established in one hundred and ninety-eight countries.His ninety-one books are written mostly in Urdu, butsome are in Arabic and Persian. After his demise in 1908, the Promised Messiah
as
  was succeeded by 
H
a
d
rat Maulaw 
i
N
u
r-ud-D
i
n
ra
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