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What distinguishes Mohammad (pbuh) from other Prophets?

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Asked by azam khan, 10 Apr '12 09:50 am
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A) He was the last Prophet of God;
(b) God revived through him the same genuine faith which had been conveyed by all the Prophets;
(c) This original message was corrupted, and split into various religions by peoples in different ages, who indulged in int erpolations and admixture. These alien elements were eliminated by God and Islam, in its pure and original form, was transmitted to mankind through Mohammad (pbuh);
(d) Since there was to be no messenger after Mohammad (pbuh), the Book revealed to him wa s preserved word for word so that it should be a source of guidance for all times;
(e) The life of Mohammad (pbuh), and the manner in which he conducted himself, was also recorded in a unique manner by his companions and by later compilers of the Traditio n. A more complete and authentic account of the life , sayings and actions of any Prophet or historical personage, has never been compiled; (f) In this way, the Quran and the authentic Sunnah of the Prophet together became a r ...more
Answered by lilliput, 10 Apr '12 09:51 am

 
  
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