Printed in The Review of Religions, January 1994 It has been explained in Part I published in last month’s issue of the Review, that according to the Holy Quran, the laws of nature can be deployed, under Divine Will, to reward or punish man. Regarding the latter, we observe that the Holy Quran has mentioned the following
Printed in The Review of Religions, February 1994 II. Distinguishing Features of Divine Punishments 1) The foremost feature to distinguish a divine punishment from natural disaster is that divine punishment is foretold before it is afflicted. Indeed, not only is it foretold but the precise nature of the punishment is described in great detail. A
Printed in The Review of Religions, March 1994 This series of articles by the present Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community were first published in the Al Furqan of Rabwah, Pakistan in 1976. The first two parts dealing with how natural laws are harnessed by God to afflict punishment have been published in the December
Printed in The Review of Religions, April 1994 The following article is the concluding part of the present series of five articles being published in the Review of Religions since December, 1993. These articles were written by Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad, before his election as the Caliph of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and were originally
Some distinctive features of islam was a lecture delivered by Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad(rh) at the University of Canberra, Australia.
The speaker builds up his lecture on the thesis that the most distinctive feature of Islam is twofold. First, it is the only religion which claims to be, and is, the final, the universal and eternal religion for all times and for all peoples. Second, it is the only religion which acknowledges, and bears witness to, the veracity of every other religions and claims that the truth is not the monopoly of Islam alone — whereas every other religion claims that it alone contains the Divine truth.