Trace the lives of Jesus and Mohammed historically

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Bernal 1 Compare and Contrast Jesus and Mohammed Brittanee Bernal Hum 130 April 18, 2010
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Bernal 2 Today in the United States there are several very different religions that are practiced on a day to day basis. A lot of these religions are completely different from each other. They involve different ways to praise and worship, a different God, and the foundation and main beliefs are in no way similar to each other. Even with all the differences in religions across the United States, a person can still find some similarities within certain religions. Speaking of differences and similarities of certain religions, I will be comparing and contrasting two major historical figures of their religions, Mohammad of the Islam and Jesus of Christianity. I will be tracing the lives of Jesus and Mohammed historically. To continue on with, I am going to compare the impact the death of each person had on his respective religion. I will compare and contrast the ways each individual was/ is worshipped. Even in the world today Jesus and Mohammed’s messages are being carried out today and I will explain how. The lives of Jesus and Mohammed are very similar and also very different at the same time. According to Gospel accounts and the Bible, which is considered the sacred text of Christianity, Jesus was the son of Mary and a carpenter named Joseph. According to the Bible, Jesus was conceived by a miracle since his mother and father had never had a sexual relationship. Jesus was reported to be born in Bethlehem. The Bible is very short with the early life of Jesus. Some things that have been said about his life include that Jesus was from a town called Nazareth; this is where it is said that he trained to be a carpenter like his father. Jesus’ first act in the Bible was when he was baptized by John the Baptist. When this even took place is marked the beginning of Jesus’ ministry. Some people also believe this was when the human Jesus became divine. Jesus spent approximately three years performing miracles for large crowds
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This note was uploaded on 11/28/2010 for the course HUM 130 HUM 130 taught by Professor Isaacs during the Summer '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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