Author Topic: Can someone refute this statement on whether Muhammad SAW produced miracles  (Read 1440 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline Introvert98

  • Hero Member
  • *****
    • View Profile
e world) are a certainty.

The second issue which gives us evidence that Muhammad did not split the moon (with his index fingers) is that the Quran gives us clear evidence that Muhammad did not have any personal miracles. In 17:90-93 God tells us how the disbelievers went to Muhammad and asked him to produce any miracle to prove to them that he is a genuine messenger, but God commanded Muhammad to just say that he is no more than a human being who was given a message from God, or in other words he does not have any personal miracles to show them:

17:90 They said, "We will not believe you unless you cause a spring to gush out of the ground.

17:91 Or unless you own a garden of date palms and grapes, with rivers running through it.

17:92 Or unless you cause masses from the sky, as you claimed, to fall on us. Or unless you bring God and the angels before our eyes.

17:93 Or unless you own a luxurious mansion, or unless you climb into the sky. Even if you do climb, we will not believe unless you bring a book that we can read." Say, "Glory be to my Lord. Am I any more than an ordinary human and a messenger?"

The same assurance, that Muhammad did not have any miracles, is given in the following verses:

10:20 “They say, "How come no miracle came down to him (Muhammad) from his Lord?" Say, "The future belongs to God; so wait, and I am waiting along with you."”
6:37 They said, "If only a miracle could come down to him (Muhammad) from his Lord!" Say, "God is able to send down a sign, but most of them do not know."”



God told us in the Quran about the miracles of many previous messengers like those of Moses (9 miracles), Jesus (e.g. raising the dead), Abraham (the birds which he split and placed on hill tops) and others. It would make no sense whatsoever for God to give personal miracles to Muhammad then keep them a secret from us, and instead tell us that Muhammad had no personal miracles

Offline submit

  • Hero Member
  • *****
    • View Profile
Splitting of a moon is clearly a miracle.

Quote
17:93 Or unless you own a luxurious mansion, or unless you climb into the sky. Even if you do climb, we will not believe unless you bring a book that we can read." Say, "Glory be to my Lord. Am I any more than an ordinary human and a messenger?"

Ascension in a night to meet God is clearly a micracle despite the prophet didnt elevated up to be witness by all.
Book of Quran is clearly a miracle despite it didnt drop down from the sky to be witness by all.