See prophet.

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  • Prophethood — is the word used to reference the institution by which God sends emissaries, or Prophets , to guide mankind. Use of the word is almost always theological.Usage in IslamThe view of Prophethood (Arabic: نبوة‎ Transliteration: Nubuwwah) in Islam is… …   Wikipedia

  • prophethood — noun see prophet …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • prophethood — noun State or condition of being a prophet …   Wiktionary

  • prophethood — proph·et·hood …   English syllables

  • prophethood — ə̇tˌhu̇d noun : the position or career of a prophet …   Useful english dictionary

  • Prophethood (Ahmadiyya) — In Ahmadiyya Islam two different views of Prophethood, and its finality, are held. The larger Ahmadiyya Muslim Community holds that prophets subordinate to Muhammad can appear even after his death, but they may not bring any new law, as this has… …   Wikipedia

  • Prophethood (Twelver Shi`i Doctrine) — In Twelver Shi ah Islam Prophethood is an institution by which God sends Prophets to guide mankind and the jinn to absolute peace and perfection, or complete submission to God.It is believed that the prophets and messengers (Adam being the first… …   Wikipedia

  • prophet — prophethood, n. prophetless, adj. prophetlike, adj. /prof it/, n. 1. a person who speaks for God or a deity, or by divine inspiration. 2. (in the Old Testament) a. a person chosen to speak for God and to guide the people of Israel: Moses was the… …   Universalium

  • Ahmadiyya — Ahmadi redirects here. For the surname, see Ahmadi (surname). For the city in Kuwait, see Al Ahmadi, Kuwait. For the ancient hilltop city in Iraq, see Amadiya. For the administrative subdivision of Iran, see Ahmadi District …   Wikipedia

  • Khatme Nabuwwat — ختم النبوه or finality of Prophet hood is an Islamic belief that Prophethood has come to an end after Muhammad. Muslims believe that the line of prophets sent by God ended with the advent of Muhammad, who they believe received the final… …   Wikipedia

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