Teachings of Islam
- Preliminary Notes
Three Conditions of Man 
- Physical
- Moral
- Spiritual
Life After Death 
- Representation by Images
- Nature of Next Life
- Value of Spiritual Facts
- Infinite Progress
Object of Man's Existence 
- Real Object
- Endowments
- Means of Attainment
Results Produced by Actions 
- Perfect Man
- Divine Oaths
- Heavenly and Earthly Waters
Sources of Divine Knowledge 
- Knowledge of Certainty
- Knowledge Through Perception
- Meaning of Inspiration
- Knowledge Through Sufferings
- Perfection In Practice

"Say O People of the Book, come to an equitable word between us and you, that we shall serve none but Allah and that we shall not associate aught with Him, and that some of us shall not take ethers for lords beside Allah..." - (3 : 63)

This book, rendered into English by late Maulana Muhammad Ali, was written by Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad under the title of The Philosophy of the Teachings of Islam; it was read at a religious conference held at Lahore in December 1896. It discusses from a Muslim's point of view the five subjects selected for discussion:

(i) the physical, moral and spiritual conditions of man.

(ii) the state of man in the life after death.

(iii) the real object of the existence of man and means of its attainment.

(iv) results produced by actions in the present life and the life to come, and

(v) the sources of Divine knowledge.

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