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Definition of Prophethood
1. [n -S]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prophethood
Literary usage of Prophethood
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Five Years in a Persian Town by Napier Malcolm (1908)
"... and Sunnis—Laxity distinguished from infidelity —Central doctrines of Islam—The Divine Unity—The prophethood—Behal view of the prophethood—The Bab —The ..."
2. Five Years in a Persian Town by Napier Malcolm (1905)
"... and Sunnis—Laxity distinguished from infidelity —Central doctrines of Islam—The Divine Unity—The prophethood— ..."
3. The New Epoch for Faith by George Angier Gordon (1901)
"The prophethood of Jesus is not generally recognized as it should be. The perfection of his utterance of the wisdom of God, the supremacy of his mind upon ..."
4. The New Epoch for Faith by George Angier Gordon (1901)
"... of life is for all forms of existence ; the fruits of the tree of life man alone can reach; they fall only at the touch of his hand. The prophethood of ..."
5. A Gift for Muslim Women by Muḥammad ʻĀshiq Ilāhī (2001)
"The denier of the finality of prophethood Many people are so ignorant that after ... They even regard the deniers of Finality of prophethood (^JL~jj, ..."
6. Report of the Proceedings by Church congress (1890)
"A living recognition, such as this would be, by any man of his own personal call to prophethood, based as this must be on the prophethood of his race, ..."