jesus vs. mohammed

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Running head: JESUS VS. MOHAMMED 1 Jesus vs. Mohammed Kim Morton HUM/130 March 6, 2011 Renee Walker
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JESUS VS. MOHAMMED 2 Jesus vs. Mohammed Jesus’ came from the origin of Bethlehem, he also came directly from the lineage of David. He was given the qualifications of being able to be a potential Messiah. It was believed that Jesus came originally from the Virgin. Extraordinary revelations came about at his birth which ultimately initiated the acknowledgment of his divine attributes and the belief that he was the Messiah and the one was mentioned in the Old Testament that will distinguish everyone’s since (Jesus Christ Biography, 2009). He was brought up as a carpenter, but he demonstrated knowledge and understanding of righteousness. Jesus is also the one who ultimately redeemed his followers from their transgressions. It was documented that Jesus accepted his baptism when he was 30 years old by John (Jesus Christ Biography, 2009). This is the same time that he started his ministry. He always dealt with temptations, but he never decided to act on them. He was crucified at the age of 33 and then came back from the dead by the hand of God. Jesus taught in the framework of his theology (man and God in relation to the Trinity) to a lot of people, and with his ability to perform miracles, he performed a lot, and healed others just with his hands. Also, Jesus' perception of law is connected to hypocrites (What is Christianity, 2009). Mohammed is the chief figure in Islam; Non-Muslims believed he was Islam’s inventor. Also Muslims deemed he was God's concluding prophet, to whom the Koran was exposed. According to what Muslim biographers believe, Mohammed was born in 570 in Mecca (Islam, 2009). Mohammed was born to a deprived family and just like Jesus, showed signs that he would be God’s prophet. His father had passed on before
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JESUS VS. MOHAMMED 3 Mohammed was born. He went to a wet nurse in the first few years, which was normal for people to do; during this time many miracles took place. Mohammed ended up as a lone child, even though he did receive some teachings and guidance from his uncle (Religious Tolerance Islam, 2009). The name Mohammed translates into "the praised one" in Arabic. Mohammed is referred to as "The Messenger" or "The Prophet" in
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This note was uploaded on 06/24/2011 for the course ART 101 taught by Professor Annavida during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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