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And peace was on me the day I was born, and peace there will be on me the day that I shall die, and the day I shall be raised up to life again” (Chapter 19 Verse 34) In this verse three things have been mentioned: 1) his birth 2) his death 3) his resurrection. If he had physically ascended to the heavens, then why did Allah not mention it in this verse? Many Non-Ahmadis say that the verse states that “the day that I shall die” which clearly means that Isa as is still alive. But in the same surah the exact same verse has been used for Hz. Yahya as : “And peace was on him the day he was born, and the day he died, and peace there will be on him the day he will be raised up to life again.” (Chapter 19 Verse 16) So if the above-mentioned verse means that Isa as is still alive then the same should apply to Hz. Yahya as. So, either we accept that both are alive – which isn’t true as all agree that Hz. Yahya as has already died- or we must accept that as Yahya as has died so has HZ. Isa as. If the argument is that Hz Isa’s as death has been mentioned in the future tense, then if we have a look at the Holy Qur’an we find many verses where the future tense has been used as in the following verse: “Surely thou wilt die, and surely they too will die” (Chapter 39 Verse 31) Here the verb is also used in the future tense which doesn’t imply that no one has died yet.
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