Jesus and Mohammad

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University of Phoenix Axia College HUM130 Week 7 1 University of Phoenix Axia College Jesus and Mohammad Week 7 Assignment Reba Moran 03/18/11
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Reba Moran 3/18/2011
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University of Phoenix Axia College HUM130 Week 7 3 First, I will discuss the historical life of Jesus and his activity which includes the adventure of his birth in Bethlehem somewhere between 7 and 4 B.C.E. An angel had told Joseph that Mary had conceived her adolescent "by the Holy Spirit". Herod who was adjudicator at this time, asked to be told area the adolescent would be built-in so that he could pay his respects but he absolutely capital to annihilate the baby, seeing it as an abeyant rival. Herod wanted to annihilate all children in Bethlehem who were younger than two years old in order to ensure to kill his thought to be developing nemesis. An angel warned Joseph of his plan. So Joseph and his family fled to Egypt to escape the massacre. When they were told of Herod's death, they moved to Nazareth. Little is written or known of Jesus' activity as a boy in Joseph's household. Because Joseph was a carpenter, Jesus was thought to apparently have learned that trade. Jesus was teaching and displaying miracles throughout his thirties. He never ventured 200 miles or more from where he was born. Jesus' standing was known throughout the nation even though he attempted to maintain a low profile. When Jesus was killed more than 2000 years ago, he was tortured and then they had him nailed to a cross by his hands. Such a unique method of the death sentence was carried out because it caused the flow of air to his lungs to be restricted which caused him to die within three hours. However, Jesus returned to the land of the living three short days thereafter, and journeyed in both provinces of Israel over the 40 days that followed his resurrection. Reba Moran 03/18/11
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University of Phoenix Axia College HUM130 Week 7 4 Then he returned to Jerusalem, only to return to the heavens by floating into the sky. These miracles caused his followers to increase in size dramatically. Religious leaders tried to destroy Jesus' followers but many of them would have died before they
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