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Prophethood and the Prophet of Islam


Title: Prophethood and the Prophet of Islam

Author(s): Ayatullah Ibrahim Amini

Translator(s): Sayyid Athar Husayn S. H. Rizvi

Publisher(s): Ansariyan Publications - Qum

Category: Prophethood amp; Imamate Prophet Muhammad Prophets Image:nbsp;Miscellaneous information:nbsp;Prophethood and the Prophet of Islam Ayatullah Ibrahim Amini

Translator: Sayyid Athar Husain S. H. Rizvi

ISBN: 978-964-219-174-1

Appearance: 208 p

Congress Classification: BP220/الف85پ904952 1390

Dewey decimal classification: 297/43

National bibliography number: 2275199

Publisher: Ansariyan Publications

First Edition 2011 - 1432 - 1390

پیامبری و پیامبر اسلام

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عنوان قراردادی : پیامبری و پیامبر اسلام. انگلیسی.

عنوان و نام پدیدآور : Prophethood and the Prophet of Islam / Ibrahim Amini; Athar Husain S. H. Rizvi.

مشخصات نشر : Qum: Ansarian, 2011= 1390.

مشخصات ظاهری : 208ص.

شابک : 978-964-219-174-1

وضعیت فهرست نویسی : فیپا

یادداشت : انگلیسی.

موضوع : محمد (ص)، پیامبر اسلام، 53 قبل از هجرت - 11ق.

موضوع : Muhammad, Prophet, d. 632

موضوع : نبوت

شناسه افزوده : رضوی، سیداطهرحسین، مترجم

شناسه افزوده : Rizvi، Sayyid Athar Hussain S.H

رده بندی کنگره : BP220/الف85پ904952 1390

رده بندی دیویی : 297/43

شماره کتابشناسی ملی : 2275199


This book discusses about general prophethood and particularly to the prophethood of The Holy Prophet Muhammad (S) and the description of his proclamation as well as a sketch of his character and life history.


In the name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful

This world has not come into being on its own; on the contrary, it has a wise and an intelligent creator, who has created the universe with knowledge, power, intention and from the aspect of wisdom and He never does anything that is aimless and vain.

Creation of man and the world also is not vain and aimless. Man has not come into this world to live for a brief period of time, so that he may eat, drink, fulfill his sensual desires and then die and get annihilated. On the contrary, the wise Almighty Allah had a lofty aim in the creation of man.

Man is created so that he may nurture his soul with faith, good deeds and fine morals and to prepare for the beautiful and everlasting life of the hereafter. Therefore man is not annihilated with death. Instead, he is transferred from this world

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