Did Prophet Issa (عليه السلام) die?

Below is a small book that proves only from the Qur’an that Prophet Issa (peace be upon him) did not die and he will most definitely return.

Introduction

Being deceived

Being taught the Qur’an

A sign for all mankind

Conflict and dominance before the Day of Judgment

Prophet rejecting nations were destroyed

People in trouble beg for a savior

A thing already decided

Sign of the hour

Belief in him before his death

Belief in his death is blasphemy

Raised up alive

Reaching age of maturity

The believers prevailed

Betrayal of Judas

The Prophet also for the Aakhireen

Argument of those who believe he died

Verses and references presented by proponents of death theory

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Below is a small book that proves from the Ahadith (sayings of the Prophet) that Prophet Issa (peace be upon him) will definitely return and that these Ahadith are not metaphorical.

Introduction

View of Sahaaba and scholars of the past

The prophecies and their explanations

Narrations presented by ‘death theorists’

Detailed explanations of narrations presented by ‘death theorists’

Two separate descriptions for the Messiah?

Metaphorical explanations

Is Dajjal a metaphor?

Conclusion

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Below are a few articles that relate to Prophet Issa (peace be upon him), the third one deals with the ‘no virgin birth’ theory of Lady Maryam (May peace be upon her):

Arguments about Prophet Issa (peace be upon him)’s death refuted

Ahmadi misconceptions about death of Prophet Issa (peace be upon him)

An email to an Ahmadi website about Prophet Issa (peace be upon him)

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May Allah guide us all to the truth and keep us steadfast on it. Aameen.

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