Four Questions Answered:
by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian
An interfaith comparative study of: 1. Salvation, 2. Monotheism, 3. Love of God and God's love of humanity, and, 4. Light of the founders of Christianity and Islam
Four Questions Answered [PDF]
Table of Contents:
- The First Answer: Salvation:
Question: According to the Christian belief, Christ came to the world for the love of mankind and to offer himself as sacrifice for its sake. Can the mission of the Founder of Islam be described in similar terms? Or can his mission be described in words even better than 'love' and 'sacrifice'?
- The Second Answer: Monotheism:
Question: If the aim of Islam is to guide mankind toward monotheism, then why is it that religious battles took place in the early period of Islam with the Jews, when their revealed Books teach nothing extraneous to monotheism? What is jihad? Or why should it now be considered essential for the Jews and other monotheists to accept Islam for their salvation?
- The Third Answer: Love of God and God's Love of Humanity:
Question: What verses of the Quran deal especially with the love of man and God, and the love of God for man?
- The Fourth Answer: Light of the Founders of Christianity and Islam:
Question: Christ said, "Come to me, you who are tired and weary, I will give you comfort," and, "I am the light, I am the way, the life and the truth." Did the Founder of Islam also make these or similar statements about himself?