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Jesus and Mohammad Jesus and Mohammad Assignment: Jesus and Mohammad Paper Alicia May Axia College of University of Phoenix 1
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Jesus and Mohammad In Judaism and Christianity Mohammad and Jesus have both played an important role in the development of these two religions; although there are similarities and differences that define both religions and profits, they share a common goal to spread the word of god and the life teachings of Jesus and Mohammad. Jesus is the profit in Christianity and his life and teachings, death, and resurrection are the basis of the religion. [He was born as a Jew about two thousand years ago in Roman-occupied Palestine. He taught for fewer than three years and was executed by the Roman government on charges of sedition. Nothing was written about him at the time, although some years after his death, attempts were made to record what he had said and done] (Fisher, 2005). Jesus was born as a member of the Jewish faith but though out his life he developed his own interpretation of the word of God and spread it through out the world as this religion developed into what we call Christianity. Although there is little historical proof of the life of Jesus outside of the bible, the bible its self contains his teachings and beliefs, which are referred to as gospels (good news) which are believed to be first written down forty to sixty years after his death. These gospels are sort of like the history of Jesus and the stories contained within them are prophecies from the Messiah born of Bethlehem, our lord and savior Jesus Christ. [According to the gospels, Jesus’s mother was Mary, who was a virgin when she conceived him by the Holy Spirit; her husband was Joseph, a carpenter from Bethlehem. Luke states that they had to go to Bethlehem to satisfy a Roman ruling that everyone should travel to their ancestral cities for a census.] (Fisher, 2005) Since there was no room at the Inn for them Jesus was born in a stable, and angels told Shepard’s to 2
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Jesus and Mohammad bring him gifts because a savior had been born, those gifts were gold, myrrh, and frankincense; the day of his birth is also known as Christmas. The Last Supper, where Jesus and his disciples ate a heavenly feast as a symbol of
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This note was uploaded on 05/14/2010 for the course HUM 130 HUM 130 taught by Professor Isaacs during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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