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Muhammad in World Scriptures (Vol. 1) [US Edition]:

by Maulana Abdul Haq Vidyarthi

The Advent of the Holy Prophet Muhammad Foretold in the Old and New Testaments


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Table of Contents:
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Two kinds of testimony to the Holy Prophet's truth
    • The testimony of the Lord
    • Belief in the Holy Prophet alone ensures universal peace
    • "The Lord of the worlds" — a Quranic conception only
    • Testimony of God in the form of Divine support
    • The Promised Prophet
    • The testimony of the People of the Book
    • A strong evidence on the Finality of Prophethood
    • A prophet after the Finality of Prophethood causes dissension
    • A word to Hindu, Christian, Jewish, Zoroastrian and Buddhist friends
    • Some characteristics of the prophecies about the Holy Prophet
    • Some important conventions about prophecies

    Part 1: Muhammad in Jewish Scriptures (The Old Testament)

    • Chapter 1: The Early Prophets
      • 1. Prophecies in the Book of Adam
        • Adam and the Bible
        • Jesus Christ's own testimony
      • 2. The prophecy of Idris or Enoch
      • 3. Noah's prophecy
        • Noah's flood as described in the Hindu scriptures
        • Noah and Manu
        • This prophecy applies to the Holy Prophet
        • The common factors in all the Deluge stories
        • The Promised Ship and the world's Rescuer
        • Does this ship signify Vedic Dharma?
        • The ship stands for the Holy Quran
        • Prophecy fulfilled in the Prophet Muhammad
    • Chapter 2: Abraham
      • Brahma of Hindus is the same as Abraham
      • Sweet water and salt water — temperaments of the sons
      • The world's unique spiritual Teacher
      • Conclusion
    • Chapter 3: Jacob and Joseph
      • Christian attempt to apply prophecy to Jesus
      • Fabricated lineage of Jesus
      • Discomfiture of the compilers of the Gospels
      • Mistake of the compilers of Gospels
      • The prophecy does not apply to Jesus
      • The prophecy relates to Muhammad (peace be on him)
      • Further proof of the Holy Prophet's likeness to Joseph
      • How the prophecy was fulfilled in the person of the Holy Prophet
    • Chapter 4: Moses
      • A Prophet in the likeness of Moses
      • Jesus was not in the likeness of Moses
      • Refutation of Christian claim
      • The prophecy applies to none but the Holy Prophet
      • 'That Prophet' expected after Jesus
      • How the Holy Prophet was like Moses
      • That Prophet will be more exalted than Moses
      • The arrival of Moses in Midian
      • The origin of Madina
      • Moses is an Arabic word
      • The Holy Prophet himself claims to be like Moses
      • The last prophecy of Moses
        • 1. Coming of the Lord from Mount Sinai
        • 2. "The Lord … rose up from Seir"
        • 3. "The Lord … shined forth from Mount Paran"
        • 4. Paran is the name of a Makkan hill
        • 5. "He came with ten thousands of saints
        • 6. The original text in the Hebrew
        • 7. "From his right hand went a fiery law"
        • 8. The prophecy does not relate to Jesus
    • Chapter 5: Prophecy of Job
      • Prophecy of Job relating to Anti-Christ
      • Behemoth and Leviathan
      • Significance of sacred legends
      • Significance of Babylonian tablets
      • Significance of the Biblical prophecy
    • Chapter 6: Psalms of David
      • The Psalms of David and the Holy Prophet
      • The first sign of David — the son of David
      • The prophecy of Ezekiel: What Holy Prophet did for the Israelites
      • Holy Prophet was the Shepherd of the Lost Tribes of the Israelites
      • The second sign of David
      • The third sign of David
      • The fourth sign of David
      • The fifth sign of David
      • The sixth sign of David
      • The seventh sign of David
      • The eighth sign of David
      • The ninth sign of David
      • The tenth sign of David
      • The eleventh sign of David
      • The twelfth sign of David
    • Chapter 7: Solomon's Mahamaddim
      • Bible foretells Holy Prophet's advent by name
      • Some objections met
      • The prophecy word by word
      • Conclusion
      • Solomon's 'Mahamaddim'— a Jewish savant's criticism examined
      • Yishrael Messenger's criticism
      • Solomon's prophecy
      • Testimony of Jewish scholars
      • The second point of criticism
      • Is mahamaddim plural?
      • -im indicates majesty
    • Chapter 8: Prophecies of Isaiah
      • 1. Isaiah's First Prophecy
        • First significance of the prophecy: When it is to be fulfilled
        • Second: Country in which they will have glory
        • Third: bestower of glory will be the Last Prophet
        • Fourth: emancipator of Israelites called 'Prince of Peace'
        • Fifth significance: he shall have power over throne of David
      • 2. Second Prophecy of Isaiah
        • The Promised Prophet shall be from the progeny of Ishmael
        • Errors and misinterpretations of these glad tidings
        • Be not misled by the name 'Jesse'
        • 'Jesse' is a contraction of 'Ishmael'
      • 3. Third Tidings: One banner for all humanity, and the mention of 'Madina'
        • The second sign: the assembling of the scattered and outcast of Israel under the ensign of Islam
      • 4. Fourth Tidings: Prophecy about Arabia
        • First sign: the tidings have direct connection with Arabia
        • Second sign: an address to the Arabian nation
        • Third sign: community of Tema ordered to welcome refugees
        • Fourth sign: the oppressive condition of those who migrated
        • Fifth sign: the oppressors vanquished in a short time
      • 5. Fifth Prophecy of the Prophet Isaiah
        • Second sign: the revelation of the Holy Quran will not be in one single period of time
        • Third sign: the language of the law shall be Arabic
        • Fourth sign: That Book will redeem the people
        • Fifth sign: the Book shall be given to an ummi (unlettered)
      • 6. The Sixth Tidings of Isaiah: Reference to Makka and the Ka'ba
        • The laying of the foundation
        • The significance of Zion
        • The Promised Zion
        • It is a tried and tested stone
        • The corner headstone
        • "He who believes in him will not be put to shame"
        • Which religion is on the right path
        • Righteousness the plummet
        • The end of the opponents
      • 7. Seventh Prophecy of the Prophet Isaiah
        • Parts of the prophecy
      • 8. Eighth Prophecy of the Prophet Isaiah: Straight path in desert land
        • Good relationship of the Promised Prophet with Egypt
      • 9. The Ninth Prophecy: spiritual revival of desert Arabia
      • 10. The Tenth Tidings: Concerning the Ka'ba
      • 11. The Eleventh Tidings: The mercy of God upon the Children of Ishmael for the second time
      • 12. The Twelfth Tidings: Prophet David's Inheritors
      • 13. The Thirteenth Tidings: the signs of the laws of Islam
      • 14. Fourteenth Tidings: the Light and Blessings of the Ka'ba
        • Second sign concerning the Ka'ba
        • Third sign
        • Fourth sign: "A multitude of camels"
        • Fifth sign: "The gathering of Kedar in the Ka'ba"
        • Sixth sign: "It shall remain open at all times"
        • Seventh sign: Gate of salvation for the Jews
        • Eighth sign: Deliverance from idolatry forever
        • Ninth sign: the new name of the House of God
      • 15. Fifteenth Tidings: Mention of the Community of Muslims
    • Chapter 9: Jeremiah's Prophecies
      • Book of Jeremiah
      • First prophecy of the Prophet Jeremiah
        • First point concerning this prophecy
      • Second point of the prophecy: Which community is mentioned?
      • Third point of the prophecy: Arabia's unparalleled reform
      • Second tidings of Jeremiah: Makka — nucleus of all nations
      • Third tidings of Jeremiah: the bravery of the Arabs
      • Fourth tidings of Jeremiah
      • Fifth prophecy: Why the Bani Nadir did not accept Islam
        • The second vision of Jeremiah in this prophecy
        • Third vision in prophecy: Waywardness of the Bani Nadir
      • Jeremiah's sixth prophecy
    • Chapter 10: Ezekiel's Prophecy
      • The Promised David, the resurrector of dry bones
      • Jerusalem's revival
      • Ten lost tribes of Israel in Kashmir and Afghanistan
      • The Children of Joseph and Ephraim
      • Prophet Ezekiel, the sign of the truthfulness of Islam
    • Chapter 11: Prophet Daniel's wisdom
      • Truth triumphs over strength
      • Interpretation of the king's dream
      • Heavenly hand, the breaker of idols of gold and silver
      • Daniel's Second Prophecy
        • The dream of Belshazzar, Nebuchadnezzar's son
        • Importance of the Sabbath with the Jews and the Christians
      • Prophet Daniel's Last Word
        • The King of all nations and languages
    • Chapter 12: The Minor Prophets
      • 1. Prophet Hosea's Prophecy
        • The deliverer of the Israelites from idolatry
      • 2. Prophet Joel's Prophecy
      • 3. Powerful Revelation of Prophet Amos
      • 4. Prophet Obadiah's True Vision
      • 5. Prophet Jonah's life-giving message
        • Jonah's prophecy fulfilled, not in the Messiah, but in the Holy Prophet
      • 6. Prophet Micah's Prophecy
        • In whom was the prophecy of Micah fulfilled?
      • 7. Prophet Nahum's Message of Delight
        • Comments on the above statement
      • 8. Prophet Habakkuk's prophecy: The just shall live
        • A mention of Makka and Madina in this prophecy
      • 9. Prophet Zephaniah's true vision
      • 10. Prophet Haggai's word regarding the Ka'ba
      • 11. Revelation to Zechariah
      • 12. Prophet Malachi's final word

    Part 2: Muhammad in the Gospels of Jesus

    • Introduction
    • Chapter 1: Who is Immanuel: Jesus or Muhammad?
      • Problems of the Gospel account
      • Our comments
      • Whose son is meant in Isaiah's prophecy?
      • Analysis of the prophecy
      • Prophecy not fulfilled in Ahaz, but relates to the future
      • Work of the fulfiller of the prophecy
      • Prophet Muhammad, and not Jesus, fulfils the prophecy
      • How the promise 'God is with us' was manifested in Holy Prophet
      • Incident of Suraqa and Holy Prophet's prophecy of Muslim conquests
      • Comparison with promises to disciples of Jesus
      • Other attributes of Immanuel
      • Conclusion
    • Chapter 2: Prophecies in the infancy of Jesus
      • 1. The Wise Men's Testimony
        • Difficulties in accepting the literal interpretation
        • Christian writers' comments on authenticity of this story
        • Prophecy in the scriptures of the Magi
        • Language of the gifts
        • Jesus as "morning star" heralded coming of the Prophet
        • Kingdom inherited by Muslims
        • The real heirs to the throne of David
      • 2. Muhammad, the Real Son of David
      • 3. "Out of Egypt have I called my son"
      • 4. A great prophecy in angels' hymn
    • Chapter 3: In whom was the preaching of John fulfilled?
      • Who is "least in the kingdom of heaven"?
      • Baptizing with water, fire and the Holy Ghost
      • The real significance of baptism
      • "Prepare the way" prophecy of Malachi
    • Chapter 4: Various prophecies in the teachings of Jesus
      • 1. The coming of the real 'Son of Man'
      • 2. The Prophet zealous for Divine Unity
      • 3. The blind see and the deaf hear
      • 4. His brethren received him not
      • 5. A mercy to the nations
      • 6. He was oppressed, yet he opened not his mouth
      • 7. Who emerged triumphantly from severe trial and ordeal
      • 8. The conquest of Makka
      • 9. Honour in his own house and country
      • 10. The Lord's Prayer
        • The Quranic explanation of the Lord's prayer
        • Neither Jesus nor Christianity can be that everlasting bread
      • 11. The Sermon on the Mount
      • 12. The Kingdom of God is at hand
      • 13. The Chosen Servant of God
    • Chapter 5: The parables of Jesus
      • General comments on parables of Jesus
      • The secret of ancient parables
      • The parable of the house built on a rock
      • The parable of the bride, bridegroom and ten virgins
      • New patch on old garment, new wine in old bottles
      • Parable of the sower
      • The parable of weeds among the wheat
      • The parable of the mustard seed
      • Like leaven
      • Like treasure hidden in a field
      • The parable of the labourers
      • The parable of the two sons
      • The parable of the vineyard
      • The Last Stone of the edifice of prophethood
        • The imaginary rock of the Christian Church — Peter, a fictitious name
        • Rock of the Church
        • The Book of the Dead
        • The Holy Prophet's Kalima on Peter's chair
      • The Prince's marriage
      • The parable of the fig tree
      • The parable of the wise servant
      • The parable of the ten virgins
      • The wise and the foolish servants
      • Comparison of the Gospel and Quranic parables
      • Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit shall not be forgiven
      • The religion of rapid growth
      • The light put on a candlestick
      • He shall come suddenly
      • The blind leaders
      • He who blamed not others
      • The Holy Prophet is the fruit of a good tree
      • Which of the two debtors did God forgive most?
      • Who is my neighbour?
      • The One who came at midnight after Jesus
      • The parable of a foolish rich man
      • The foolish scientist
      • The parable of the fig tree
      • "Every one who exalts himself will be humbled"
      • Who will triumph in the fight between truth and falsehood?
      • Those who preserved their salt
      • Parables of lost sheep, piece of silver, and prodigal son
      • Slaves of the belly
      • Intoxication of wealth restrains acceptance of truth
      • Prayer for the advent of the Son of Man
      • What is prayer?—only the Son of Man can tell
      • Jesus did not bring the Kingdom of Heaven
      • The good shepherd
    • Chapter 6: Prophecy fulfilled in Kashmir
      • Interpretations of this verse
      • Beginning of the story — covenant of Abraham
      • Kings among the Israelites
      • The Ten Tribes embraced Islam and settled in Kashmir and Afghanistan
      • Evidence of archaeology supporting the Holy Quran
      • Evidence of Western travellers to Kashmir
      • 'Kashmiri' in reality the name of the Israelites
      • Why the unitarian became idolater
      • The Tribe of Joseph
      • Lamentation of Joseph's mother over his separation
      • Jesus' blessed name and sacred mission
      • The Gospel arguments
      • Résumé and appeal
    • Chapter 7: Jesus prophesied advent of Holy Prophet by name
      • Prophecy of the coming of the Paraclete
      • Did Jesus speak of the coming Ahmad?
      • The Promised Paraclete is the Spirit of Truth (emet(h) or Ahmad)
      • Prophet Muhammad is the Spirit of Truth
      • Signs of the Paraclete
      • The term 'Paraclete'
      • Meaning of Paraclete as 'prophet'
      • Christian scholars differ on significance of 'Paraclete'
      • Early Christians considered the Paraclete to be a person
      • Analysis of the prophecy in the Quran
      • Good news for a widowed, orphaned and divorced nation
      • Combined prophecy of world scriptures
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