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Finality of Prophethood

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Shi'a Beliefs
Theology
Tawhid (Monotheism) Tawhid of EssenceTawhid in AttributesTawhid in ActionsTawhid in Worship
Other Beliefs TawassulShafa'aTabarruk
Divine Justice
Bada'Amr Bayn al-Amrayn
Prophethood
Infallibility'Ilm al-ghaybMu'jizaIntegrity of the Holy Qur'an
Imamate
InfallibilityWilaya'Ilm al-ghaybOccultation of Imam al-Mahdi (a) (Minor Occultation,Major Occultation) • Reappearance of Imam al-Mahdi (a)Raj'a
Resurrection
End TimeHereafterBarzakhEmbodiment of ActionsBodily ResurrectionAl-SiratTatayur al-KutubMizanHashr
Other Outstanding Beliefs
Ahl al-Bayt (a)The Fourteen InfalliblesTaqiyyaMarja'iyyaTawalliTabarri

Khātamiyya (Arabic: الخاتمية, Finality) is a theological term and one of the Qur'anic teachings that all Muslims believe in. It means that Prophet Muhammad (s) is the last prophet and Islam is the last divine religion and there will be no religion after it and its teachings and rules are valid forever. Khatamiyya was always a clear and accepted belief among Muslims. As it was dealt as a certain belief among them it was not discussed as an independent issue in theology and Islamic theologians have proved it through narrative arguments.