The Christian missionaries reported on the challenges made by the Promised Messiahas against Christianity in their reports and jornals, albeit in a critical manner.[1] A German Theologian Richter Julius despite his ill-will and criticism of the Promised Messiahas described him as a ‘remarkable man’ who ‘writes clever books, and in such elegant Urdu, Persian and Arabic that he is able to challenge his opponents in the most graceful Arabic literary articles to admit or to disprove his divine mission.’ He adds ‘besides this he has also inaugurated an English Magazine, The Review of Religions, the lengthy pages of which he fills almost singlehandedly.’[2]


[1] Detail discussion is included in chapter 2.

[2] A History of Missions in India by Julius Richter D.D P.402-403

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