A Critical Study
By S. Abul Hasan Ali Nadwi
Translated from Urdu by Zafar Ishaq Ansari
Paperback 152 pages
Publisher : Academy of Islamic Research, Lucknow, India
Rare Book and therefore Old Print Quality, Good English Translation
About The Book
The writer wishes to impress on his readers one thing: wisdom requires that a person should refrain from risking even as trivial a thing as one's monetary savings and should be careful in choosing the people to whom such things should be entrusted.
If wisdom demands such precaution in worldly affairs, it should not be difficult to guess what a tremendous amount of precaution should be exercised in the matter of faith on which depends a person's salvation and his felicity in the eternal life of the Hereafter.
It is evident that in such a matter one should exercise extreme precaution; one should try to use one's discretion to the utmost, and to divest oneself of all emotional predilections, worldly attachments and material interests.
This book, through its authentic and systematically arranged information obtained from the statements and writings of the founder of Qadianism himself and through authentic historical information about the movement, can prove of help to many a person to arrive at an intelligent appreciation of Qadianism.
Part I - The Historical Background of the Rise of Qadianism
Chapter I - Muslim India in the Nineteenth Century
Chapter II - Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani
Chapter III - The Qadiani St. Paul
Part II - On the Road to Prophethood
Chapter I - Mirza as Champion of Islam
Chapter II - The Mirza Becomes Messiah
Chapter III - From Messiah to Prophet
Part III - Some Aspects of Life and Character
Chapter I - Mirza's Life after the spread of his Message
Chapter II - Seedling of the British
Chapter III - Prophet as Mud-Slinger
Chapter IV - An Unfulfilled Prophecy
Part IV - The Qadiani Movement - A Critical Analysis
Chapter I - Independent Religion and a Parallel Community
Chapter II - Revolt against Muhammad's Prophethood
Chapter III - The Lahori Branch
Chapter IV - Contribution of Qadianism to the Muslim World
About Syed Abul Hasan Ali Nadvi
During the twentieth century, Muslim India has produced great Islamic theologians, interpreters of the Quran, scholars of Hadith, Islamic jurists, historians, propagators of the faith, social reformers and educationists, but one cannot name another Islamic scholar whose concerns covered the entire spectrum of the collective existence of the Muslim Indians as a living community in the national and international context, who, for decades, enjoyed universal respect, and who was accepted by the non-Muslims, at the highest level, as the legitimate spokesman for the concerns and aspirations of the entire community.
Maulana Syed Abul Hasan Ali Nadvi was indisputably one of the great exponents of Islam in the second half of the twentieth century and because of his command over Arabic, through his writings and speeches, he had a wide area of influence extending far beyond the Sub-continent, particularly in the Arab World.
The Maulana was a founder member of the Muslim World League (Rabita), a member of the Organisation of Islamic Conference (OIC), a member of the World Supreme Council of Mosques, and a member of the Fiqh Council of Rabita.
He was also a member of Advisory Council of the Islamic University of Madinah al-Munawwarah, a member of its Supreme Council, and a member of the Academy of Arts and Letters of Damascus, Syria.
He was also a founder member of the League of the Islamic Literature in India. Perhaps better known as a member and rector of Nadwatul Ulama (India), and president of the Academy of Islamic Research and Publications.
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