“O people, if you are in doubt concerning the Resurrection, then consider that We have indeed created you from dust, then from a spermdrop, then from clotted blood, then from a lump of flesh, partly formed and partly unformed, in order that We may make Our power manifest to you. And We cause what We will to remain in the wombs for an appointed term; then We bring you forth as babes; then We rear you that you may attain to your age of full strength. And there are some of you who are caused to dieprematurely, and there are others among you who are driven to the worst part of life with the result that they know nothing after having had knowledge. And thou seest the earth lifeless, but when We send down water thereon, it stirs and swells, and grows every kind of beauteous vegetation.” (Chapter 22 verse 6)
Allah makes it clear in this ayah, the way he operates in two ways in relation to the human beings. Some die early in life, while others complete an entire span of life until they reach the worst part of their existence. This as well proves that Isa(as) died a natural death since it establishes a clear fact that if a person is blessed with a long life he continues to get weaker and weaker. Believing that Isa(as) is alive after Mirza Ghulam Ahmad(as) has given such proof is a great dishonesty.