Jesus Christ and Muhammad are the Gods looked upon by all Christians and Muslims as their religious leader. Each religions thoughts and ideas are similar with certain variances. Do Christians and Muslims look upon the same God but use a different name? Jesus Christ
Jesus Christ is known as the Son Of God, his life story is told in the four Gospels written by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. All around the world the birth of Jesus Christ is celebrated on December 25 although in the gospels the exact day and year are not agreed upon. Jesus was born the son of Mary and Joseph a carpenter from Galilee. According to the gospels Joseph was not the actual father, it is written that Mary was still a virgin when she conceived Jesus by the Holy Spirit. Jesus was born in a stable in Bethlehem and was visited by Sheppard’s and three Kings who brought gifts to the Messiah.(Little 1988) Jesus grew up working as a carpenter like Joseph, when he was 12 years old he was found in the Temple talking to the rabbis about the Torah with a great knowledge about the subject. When Jesus was around 30 years old John in the river Jordan baptized him. John did not want to baptize Jesus because he was the Messiah, but Jesus repented the sins of all humanity. After his baptism, Jesus spent 40 days in the dessert and at this time, Satan tried to temp Jesus of which he was unable. After the 40 days, Jesus picked some of his disciples Simon, Andrew, James, and John; Jesus said that they did not need any worldly possessions. As Jesus moved about teaching people that, they should concentrate on spiritual goods instead of worldly possessions because if you follow the word of God you will be able to find what you seek and receive what you ask for. While Jesus moved around speaking to the people, he performed many different types of miracles including turning water into wine, feeding thousands with a small amount of fish and bread. Jesus taught the people to love everything, to make God the number...
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