JESUS AND MUHAMMAD
Jesus and Muhammad, ever since they walked this earth people have flocked and worshiped these men. But why, what makes them important and why are they still the most influential people on earth. Christianity alone makes up for 2 billion people world-wide while Islam commands over 1 billion worldwide. Followers of both reach to all parts large and small on the planet and from all areas the views differ in the way they worship the leaders. Both have one God (Allah to Islam) both have the phrase “peace be with you”, but both have conquered and martyr all ranges of life from Jews, other Islam’s, and Christians. These two religions have also been at work for a thousand years, but only recently Islamic extremists have re-launched their war. Jesus Christ “Son Of God”, four Gospels written by Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John are the stories of his life written from their personal experience. Jesus Christ’s girth 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. According to the gospels it is written that Mary was still a virgin when she conceived Jesus by the Holy Spirit. Born in a stable in Bethlehem, Jesus, was visited by Sheppard’s and three Kings who brought gifts to the Messiah.(Holy Bible, new Testament) 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...
References: The Holy Bible, New Testament
Comparison of Jesus and Muhammad, Associated Content, Joseph Matson, 2007
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