According to the Quran, Muhammad is the last in a chain of prophets sent by Allah (33:40).
Does the Quran say Muhammad is the final prophet?
Muhammad is the final prophet in Islam, known as the ‘Seal of the Prophets’. This means that Muslims regard Muhammad as Allah’s final messenger. The Qur’an is formed from the revelations Muhammad received from God through the Angel Jibril.
Who is the last prophet in Quran?
The last prophet in Islam is Muhammad ibn ʿAbdullāh, whom Muslims believe to be the “Seal of the Prophets” (Khatam an-Nabiyyin), to whom the Quran was revealed in a series of revelations (and written down by his companions).
What does Quran say about prophet Muhammad?
The Quran asserts that Muhammad was a man who possessed the highest moral excellence, and that God made him a good example or a “goodly model” for Muslims to follow (Quran 68:4, and 33:21). The Quran disclaims any superhuman characteristics for Muhammad, but describes him in terms of positive human qualities.
Why was Muhammad chosen as the final prophet?
Background. Muslims believe Allah chose Muhammad to be his prophet because he was a fair and wise man and because he was concerned for the people. Allah continued to reveal his word to the prophet for the next 23 years. The revealed teachings were written down by the Prophet Muhammad’s close friends and followers.