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Are there any prophets (in the sense of the meaning of this word, whatever may appeal to you) in Hindu, Jain or Bauddha Dharma ?.

Asked by vinay vaidya, 20 Feb '09 11:24 am
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J Krishnamurthy was the true prophet of modern times. Please follow his thought process if you want understand the TRUTH. It is also fitting that he renounced the 'prophet-hood' on the ground that he would not want to create another religion.
Answered by JK MN, 20 Feb '09 01:09 pm

 
  
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The Dharm GURUS may be taken as prophets but they never preach that their word should be taken as final word.
Answered by Ramsingh Sachan, 20 Feb '09 12:26 pm

 
  
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No Only popets
Answered by Narayana Raja, 20 Feb '09 03:30 pm

 
  
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Moses, joshua, elijah, elisha, jeremiah, joel amos, habakkuk, malachi are all prophets who forecasted to the world in their deeds
Answered by RJ Kanakaraj, 20 Feb '09 01:29 pm

 
  
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Yes
Answered by john thomas varghese, 20 Feb '09 11:29 am

 
  
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Ek hi kafi hai
Answered by alok khatore, 21 Aug '13 01:25 pm

 
  
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The fourth fundamental article of faith in Islam is belief in all the prophets. The Holy Quran speaks of the many prophets who mostly belong to the Middle Eastern line of prophethood, beginning with Adam upto the time of Muhammad, peace be upon him. But there are exceptions to the rule. There are two things which are specifically mentioned in the Quran relating to this issue:
a) Although the names and short histories of some prophets were revealed to the Holy Founder of Islam, the list is in no way exhaustive. They are just specimen names, and there are a large number of prophets do not find mention in the Quran.
b) In the list of prophets who are specifically mentioned, there are certain names which do not seem to belong to the prophets of Israel. Many commentators therefore are inclined to believe that they are non-Arab prophets who are included in the list just for the sake of representation of the outer world. For instance, Dhul-Kifl is one name in the list of prophets which is ...more
Answered by iqbal ahmed, 20 Feb '09 10:38 pm

 
  
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