The Teaching and Propagation Methods of the sacred Life, Character and Conduct of the holy prophet in the Quranic context

  • Aman ullah Federal Urdu University, Abdul Haq Campus, Karachi.
  • Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Sani Federal Urdu University, Abdul Haq Campus, Karachi.
  • Dr. Nosheen Zaheer Sardar Bahadur Khan Women University, Quetta
Keywords: Holy Quran, Preaching of Islam, Methodology, Contemporary Era.

Abstract

The main and silent features of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) distinctive Prophet hood are his teachings and Propagation of the religion of Islam to the humanity. Allah sent him as the last of this Prophets. The teachings and invitations of religion as imparted and extended to human kind are the eternal arguments showing that the message given by the Prophet (SAW) is the last, and his Prophecies are eternal establishing the religion Islam as the eternal rule for mankind from the Creator. This research undertakes the Principles and methods of preaching and propagation adopted by the Prophet. They are studied and researched scientifically, analytically and logically in the context of the Holy Quran and the life, character and conduct of the Prophet. The research brings out the witnesses that the principles and method practically applied by the Prophet for teaching, preaching and propagation Islam as the eternal religion provide eternal source of guidance, betterment and solution for human beings irrespective of any sort of differences. So, they are the principles and methods which can be applied successfully for preaching and propagating Islam, as the only religion meant for human kind throughout the world.

Author Biographies

Aman ullah, Federal Urdu University, Abdul Haq Campus, Karachi.

PhD Scholar, Department of Islamic Studies, Faculty of Islamic Sciences

Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Sani, Federal Urdu University, Abdul Haq Campus, Karachi.

Head, Department of the Quran and The Holy Traditions, faculty of Isalmic Sciences

Dr. Nosheen Zaheer, Sardar Bahadur Khan Women University, Quetta

Dean, Faculty of Humanities

Published
2020-10-30
Section
Articles