I’d have to fall back on the Church’s opinion of the “baptism of desire” and say that those who are sincere in their desire to serve God and follow His Will may be joined to the Church and may see Heaven.
I’m only guessing, of course; salvation is God’s gift to give to whomever He deems fit. I just hope to be one of them!
My favorite subject Do they believe they have one? I will put that question to them?
Genesis 2;7 " The Lord God formed man out of the clay of the ground and blew ino his nostrils the breath of life, and so man became a living being."
The plan of Salvation is for all souls to go to heaven.
God forgives when one is repentant, so if they are repentant than they have a good chance as others and this leads to grace and salvation through faith and works.
There is “that of God” in each of us…the Light Within shines in every heart.
Following are quotes from John Woolman and William Penn that reflect the beliefs of many Friends.
“There is a principle which is pure, placed in the human mind, which in different places and ages hath different names: it is, however, pure and proceeds from God. It is deep and inward, confined to no form of religion nor excluded from any, where the heart stands in perfect sincerity.” – John Woolman
“The humble, meek, merciful, just, pious, and devout souls are everywhere of one religion, and when death takes off the mask, they will know one another though the diverse liveries they wear here make them strangers.” – William Penn
All people stand in need of what the One Eternal Light has to offer…and only He can bestow…“His mercy endures forever.”
Let me see if I can express this accurately. God is the judge, and has ultimate authority. But God has revealed truth to humanity through, and appointed the teachers of the Church to express that to us.
You’re not muslim in the sense that the West uses it. You use “their” holy book, but you aren’t “them.”
Even in how you identify yourself, Paarsurrey, lacks the Muslim part. You identify yourself as an “Ahmadi” not as an “Ahmadi Muslim.” Unlike the Shia, and the Sunni, and some of the Sufi, and the Nation of Islam, who usually identify as “Muslim” and then qualify which flavor when asked.
You’re far from the mainstream, as far as, or farther than, even, the suicide bombers. Not as far as the Ba’hai, perhaps.
You Ahmadi are one of several glimmers of hope… amidst a large black cloud. Perhaps the Ahmadi may grow to be a beacon. Perhaps they will be martyred at the hands of their Muslim brothers.
And, if you are being truthful* in your statements about Ahmadis, and live up to that, I’m certain you will have a chance to accept Christ when you come before the Awesome Judgement Seat of Christ.
I hate to word it this way, but the allowance to lie to non-muslims makes me doubt just about every muslim or psuedo-muslim in any forum.