Are there similarities between the prophets in the length of time between their migration and return to a certain place?
What is the difference between nabi and rasool?
Can more prophets come after the Promised Messiah?
What is the difference between jamaali prophets and jalaali prophets?
What is the exact phenomenon in which prophets have prudence and wisdom to prevent them from making errors like the common man?
Were Luqman and Dhul Kifl prophets?
Can two prophets come at the same time?
Is it possible for prophets to come after the Promised Messiah (Ahmad)?
Does the Arabic word "lau" in the saying of Muhammad's son's death refer to the son's prophethood?
Will prophets that come after Ahmad be greater than him because they come later?
Can we infer from the words of the durood sharif that Abraham is superior to Muhammad?
Is it a saying of Muhammad that prophets should be buried where they die?
Why did the prophets feel they were "sinners" while they in fact innocent?
Is there a reason behind the large concentration of prophets coming to the Middle East region?
What is the analogy, if any, between Mirza Ghulam Ahmad and Jesus?
If Mirza Ghulam Ahmad is supposed to be similar to Jesus Christ, then why did he not bring a new law like Jesus did?
Is it possible to infer from the words of durood that Abraham has a higher status than Muhammad?
What is the significance of the gourd plant in relation to Jonah as mentioned in the Quran, "And We caused a gourd plant to grow over him" (37:147)?
Did God show favors to other prophets like He did to Muhammad?
How can one determine if a prophet exhibits jamaali or jalaali qualities?
Is it permissible to commemorate prophets by holding processions on their birthdays?
Is there a contradiction in the Quran as to the chronology of events in regards to Ishmael?
Is there a relationship between Abraham and Brahma?
Which country did Jonah belong to?
Can prophets, in some sense, be considered superhuman because God has decreed that they can do no wrong?
apparent contradiction between one verse about "do no differentiate between any prophets" and then later it says "these are the prophets who are exalted in status over others"
Did the prophets know that their message was only for a specific area and, if so, what did they do if they were forced to leave that specific area?
Why were all of the prophets in the Quran sent to the Israelites while there were many people living in other parts of the world?
Were there any law-bearing prophets mentioned in the Quran apart from Moses and Muhammad?
What is the different between a ghayr-shari prophet in contrast to ghayr-tashri prophet?
If God loves His prophets, then why does He cause them to endure a longer period of suffering and a relatively shorter period of relief and victory?
Did the prophets Adam, Joseph and Jonah commit sin according to the Quran?
Why was the prophet Zakaria surprised when his prayer for a son was accepted?
In the book Zarurat til Islam, page 31, does the term Awal-lil-momineen (the best of the believers) refer to Muhammad or Abraham?
Which prophets came to the people of Ad?
How many years did Noah live according to the Quran?
What evidence is there for the Muslim claim that Ishmael was the son of Abraham who was nearly sacrificed and not Isaac?