How many years has prophet yayha lived?
for about hundreds of years but was not stated anything about him in the quran
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In Islam: Only some two dozen Prophets are mentioned by name in the HolyQur'an. However, there are many Islamic traditions that place thenumber at 124,000, which were sent b…y Allah at different times, todifferent locations, and to various people throughout the tenure ofhuman beings on this planet. It is universally accepted in Islam that Adam[upon whom be peace]was the first Prophet; and Muhammad[peace and blessings be uponhim] was the last Prophet, and there will be no other Prophet afterhim. . Judaism: According to Judaism, everyone at Sinai briefly experiencedprophecy. Since then, there were hundreds of prophets until the endof prophecy approximately 2500 years ago.
Prophet Isaiah probably lived in the late eighth and early seventh century B.C.E., so whatever he said was said some 700 years before Jesus was born.. What this person said i…s correct. A little more info is the following. It is rather easy to determine this. The book of Isaiah starts off by saying, "During the reigns of Uzziah, Hotham, Ahaz and Hezekiah" Isaiah 6:1 speaks of the "year of King Uzziah's death..." In Chapter 36:1 Isaiah writes about the 14th year of King Hezekiah.In this same chapter we read of the Assyrian King named, Sennacherib. These references along with secular writings that have been found in several places, mentioning Tiglath-pileser 111 , all point to about 700 BC. The answer is more complicated then this simplistic answer. This would be a conservative estimate.
After prophethood prophet lived in makkah and madinah 23 Years
22 years. from year 610 AD to year 632 AD.
According to traditional chronology, he lived in the eighth century BCE.
roughly 100 years.
Prophet Mohamed (peace upon him) was born in year 570. First revelation of Quran by God to him was in year 610 (at age 40 years old) through the Angel Jbril (or Gabriel). Reve…lation of Quran continued until Prophet Mohamed death in year 632. So, Prophet Mohamed (peace upon him) preached for about 22 years. Note the name Mohamed may be splelled Muhammad or Mohammad.
Along 23 years.
Muhammad received the first revelation by the angel Gabriel in the year 610, which means he started receiving revelations during the Jahiliyyah period. There were a series of …revelations from that point on. However, there are no specific dates. . He received a second revelation in the year 613 . "angel Gabriel asked him to preach to the people"
Answer Jews say that the age of the prophets ended around the time of the Maccabees, before the Common Era. Mainstream Christians usually say that the apostolic age ended the …time of prophets. Muslims say that Muhammad was the last and greatest of the prophets. The Mormon religion grants to each of its world leaders the status of prophet, right up to the present day.
Source Material : Sahih Bukhari Volume 7, Book 62, Number 64: Narratedby 'Aisha That the Prophet married her when she was six years old and heconsummated his marriage… when she was nine years old, and then sheremained with him for nine years (i.e., till hisdeath).. Volume 7, Book 62, Number 65: Narrated by 'Aisha That the Prophet married her when she was six years old and heconsummated his marriage when she was nine years old, Hisham said:I have been informed that 'Aisha remained with the Prophet for nineyears (i.e. till his death)." What you know of the Quran (byheart)'. Volume 7, Book 62, Number 88: Narrated by 'Ursa The Prophet wrote the (marriage contract) with 'Aisha while she wassix years old and consummated his marriage with her while she wasnine years old and she remained with him for nine years (i.e. tillhis death)..
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The Book of Isaiah is primarily about the Babylonian Exile, although the prophet Isaiah lived 150 years before the Exile. Scholars long ago solved this puzzle. They say that o…nly chapters 1 to 39 were really written by Isaiah of Jerusalem, with numerous later additions. Because of other authors, Isaiah is often called First Isaiah or Proto-Isaiah. Chapters 40 to 55 record the words of a sixth century prophet living in exile in Babylon, called Deutero-Isaiah or Second Isaiah. Finally, chapters 56 to 66, from the post-Exilic period, are either a continuation of the work of Deutero-Isaiah or written by one of his disciples, now known as Trito-Isaiah or Third (III) Isaiah. Scholars say that there are striking stylistic variations and differences in vocabulary between I Isaiah and II Isaiah. First Isaiah's vocabulary is limited and his utterances are designed for delivery to specific audiences. Second Isaiah's work is more uniform and lyrical in style, more hymnic in quality, and more extensive in vocabulary. His chapters form a unity of thought and emphasis centred in the restoration from Babylonian captivity.
Around 26,000 time - SubhanAllah