The Lives of Jesus and Mohammed

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The Lives of Jesus and Mohammed 1 The Lives of Jesus and Mohammed Hum/130----- 3/14/2010 Jessie Lassabe When it comes to the life of Jesus and the life of Mohammed, their lives was not much different except for the ends of their lives. I will attempt to explain the life of Jesus and the life of Mohammed historically. In addition, I will also compare the impacts of each of their deaths on their respective religion. I will explain how each individual was worshipped and how their
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The Lives of Jesus and Mohammed 2 messages are still being carried out in the world in modern times. I will start with the life of Jesus. Jesus started life with humble beginnings. Jesus was born in a shepherd’s manger in the time of King Herod. He was born to Mary his mother and Joseph his step father. His mother was a virgin which means he was immaculately born through the grace of God. When he was born he was met by the Magi from the east who where following a star that marked the birth of a new King. They greeted Jesus with gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh for gifts. Jesus lived a poor life as a carpenter and at the age of twelve was found in a temple in Jerusalem sitting with doctors listing to them and asking them questions. This was the last that Jesus was mentioned until the age of thirty when he started his public life. The start of this life was with John the Baptist where he baptizes Jesus in the Jordan River. After his baptism he retreats into the desert of Judea where he does not eat for the forty days. This is also the place where he was first tempted by the devil on his journey. Next on his journey Jesus travels to Bethsaida where he got his first disciples Simon Peter and Andrew by asking them to become fishers of men.
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