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    Jesus and Mohammed

    account of Jesus Christ and the Prophet Mohammed. It continues by discussing the impact of their deaths had upon their followers and worshippers. A continuation is made by detailing how each figure is worshipped and how their words are kept alive in present times. The Life of Jesus The religion of Christianity has a foundation that is based around the teachings of Jesus Christ of Nazareth whose life story is told in the New Testament in the Bible. Jesus of Nazareth also widely known as Jesus Christ

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    Jesus Mohammed

    Running Head: JESUS AND MOHAMMED Jesus and Mohammed (Your Name Here) (Your School Here) June 22, 2008 Jesus Christ versus Prophet Mohammad We know of the Christian story of Angel Gabriel announcing to Virgin Mary that she would be God’s mother through an immaculate conception. As understood Jesus Christ was born without human biological father born humbly in a manger in Bethlehem with a foster father Joseph along with Mary. Remarkable signs appeared upon His birth which commenced

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    Assignment: Jesus & Mohammed Paper Jesus and Mohammed have shaped the whole world for hundred upon hundreds of years. Cultures that have followed as well as worshiped these two people have been through wealth, as well as poverty (mostly) war and even some peace. Jesus and Mohammed have very similar aspects, also there are some very different dynamics whoever their story’s can become intertwined both past, present and future. Reviewing such topics such as history including their deaths, how they

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    Jesus and Mohammed

    Jesus and Mohammed Peter Walkoviak HUM 130 November 11, 2012 Dr. Virginia Merelini Jesus and Mohammed Tracing the life of Jesus he was born in Bethlehem because his parents had to follow the roman rule that you have to return to your home town to complete a census. Jesus and his parents return to Nazareth where he grow up. At the age of twelve he was left behind well his parents did their yearly trip to Jerusalem for Passover. When they returned they found Jesus in a Temple talking to rabbis

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    Jesus and Mohammed

    Jesus and Mohammed Lanise A. Middleton HUM/130 11/23/2014 Marc Rhoads Jesus and Mohammed are key figures in Christianity and Islam. They are both to be noted as messengers of God. Jesus founded Christianity and Mohammed was the founder of Islam. Christianity and Islam are two of the world’s largest religions. As leaders of the religions they put many principles in place to live by. Jesus Christ was born 6BC in Bethlehem on December 25th to the Virgin Mary. It is said that Jesus was born through

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    Jesus and Mohammed

    Jesus and Mohammed HUM130 Jesus and Mohammed Jesus and Mohammed are two of human history's most important figures. Who were these men and why are they so important to religion today? Jesus of Nazareth is the key figure in what is arguably the world's most practiced faith; Christianity. Mohammed is the central figure in what is the world's second largest religion by adherents, Islam. The accounts of the lives of both of these men may be argued for centuries to come. Their exact actions, exact

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    Jesus and Mohammed

    Jesus and Mohammed Cassie Osborn 5/24/2014 HUM/130 Alice Aud Jesus and Mohammed Jesus and Mohammed both represent major figures in the Christianity and Muslim religions respectively. These two religions are completely different but each figure is of equal importance to their respective religions from the way each of their followers pray down to the holidays each celebrate. Jesus is of the Christian religion and Mohammed is of the Islam religion. These two figure are easily the two biggest

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    Jesus and Mohammed

    Jesus and Mohammed The two faiths of Christianity and Islam share many similar religious beliefs. The Christian religion worships Jesus, which is the son of God (Messiah). Meanwhile, the Islam religion worships Mohammed who is considered a prophet of God. Both Jesus and Mohammed lived an enhanced spiritual relationship with God throughout their lives. Although, Jesus and Mohammed were born in completely separate eras when Judaism was a prominent religion they had the same effect on the lives of

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    Jesus and Mohammed

    Running Head: Jesus and Mohammed Jesus and Mohammed Jesus and Mohammed Monotheistic religions are those religions that believe in only one God. Two monotheist religions are Christianity and Islam. These two religions each came to be due to their respective prophets: Jesus and Mohammed. Although both Christianity and Islam believe in the same God, they each have their different beliefs due to the differences brought on by their prophets. Jesus Christianity

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    Jesus or Mohammed

    Jesus & Mohammed There have not been any other men to have influenced our world more than that of Jesus and the Prophet Mohammed. For centuries Nations all over the world has used there teachings as a solid foundation to live by. These two men are responsible for the continuously teaching of their respective religion. In about 6 B. C. in Bethlehem Jesus Christ was born. About 600 years after Jesus Christ was born, in the city of Mecca the great Prophet Muhammad

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    Jesus and Mohammed

    Jesus and Mohammed NAME September 2, 2012 The two biggest religions in the world today are Christianity and Islam. These religions have been practiced by billions of people throughout many centuries. God is the central figure for both religions, only difference is that each religion has its own version of how to reach God and live a faithful life through him. Christians believe that Jesus Christ is the son of God and that he was immaculately conceived by the Virgin Mary. Eternal life

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    Jesus and Mohammed

    | Jesus and Mohammed | Hum/130 | | | 11/16/2013 | Jesus & Mohammed Jesus and Mohammed have shaped the course of history and the destiny of man for over two millennia. Christianity and Islam are currently the largest religions with a following of 1.8 billion and 1 billion respectively. No other religion in the world comes close to achieving such numbers. These are the only two religions that have a global presence; in other words you will find Muslims and Christians present in

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    Jesus and Mohammed

    Jesus and Mohammed 130 November 11, 2012 Chad Schuchmann Jesus and Mohammed In almost all religions there is a person or people that are considered saviors, half-god half-man, or heroes. For example, Hercules from ancient Greek mythology is a hero that is half-god and half man and is the son of Zeus the main Greek god. A lot of them seem to have similar life stories to one another. In this essay I will be discussing as well as comparing and contrasting the lives, deaths, and

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    Mohammed and Jesus

    There has been no greater influence and impact on mankind than in the lives and teachings of Jesus and Muhammad. These two significant leaders were instrumental in establishing the foundations and belief system of two powerful religions, Christianity and Islam, which continue to this day. Christians comprise of 2.1 billion people and Islam has 1.5 billion followers and are the top two religions in the world, about half of the population. (www.adherents.com) Islam is the fastest growing religion in

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    Jesus & Mohammed Paper

    Jesus & Mohammed Paper Muhammad was born around 570 CE, and was the author of Muslims Holy Book the Qur’an. His father died before he was born, and when his mother and grandfather died he became a ward of his uncle who made him a shepherd. While on a trip to Syria with his uncle, Muhammad was told by a Christian monk that he was a prophet because of the marks on his body. When he was a young man he managed caravans for a wealthy older woman named Khadijah. She was his strongest supporter,

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    Jesus and Mohammed

    Jesus and Muhammad HUM/130 Jesus and Muhammad Jesus and Muhammad were both incredibly important prophets during their time who spoke of God and taught about living a good life by doing good deeds. They were born in separate times, but shared the same calling. Each man is known for the roles they played in establishing Islam and Christianity and setting firm roots for each religion. While there are many similarities about each man, there are also many differences in the lives and callings

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    Jesus vs Mohammad

    Jesus vs. Mohammad “Compare and Contrast” Introduction The information contained in this document is to depict two highly religious idols, and how they influence many during their ages. Jesus was the center and founder of Christianity, while Mohammed was a great prophet of Islam. Christianity and Islam are the largest religions in the world. They account for over 2 billion of the world’s population. Christianity and Islam also share many things in common, but they differ in other aspects

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    Jesus % Mohammad

    way that could bring on negative behaviors in the name of religion. Jesus and Mohammad are known as figures in the Christianity and Muslim religion. The actions and teachings of these two men have been a part of the lives people for over a thousand years. These religions are still practiced today, although these two men, who are very different from each other, have influenced the world of religions. Jesus only lived his into his early thirties but within that short life he left a

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    Jesus and Mohammad

    Kristofer Atkinson Jesus and Mohammed 1. Jesus was born in 4 BC in Bethlehem whereas; Mohammed was born in 570 A.D. in Mecca. (Let us reason ministries 2011) 2. Jesus’s name has meaning it means God is our savior similar to the meaning of Mohammed’s name which means the praised one. (Let us reason ministries 2011) 3. Jesus had to move to a part of his town that was called Capernaum because he was being rejected from people in his hometown very similar to what Mohammed had to do when he

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    Jesus

    Jesus and Mohammed are two very different historical religious figures but yet despite their differences they did share some similarities. Jesus and Mohammed both played important roles and were highly respected in their religion. They both had important messages that they wanted to be heard and passed on by their followers. Jesus It’s impossible to accurately reconstruct the life of Jesus due to the fact that there are so many versions of his life especially before he began his ministry, however

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    Jesus and Muhammad

    Jesus and Mohammed Paper Kai Taylor Jesus and Mohammed Paper The lives of Jesus of Nazareth and of the Prophet Mohammed are still being told today. Their life stories and teachings have impacted and inspired many people from all over the world. Jesus and Mohamed are the holiest in their religions right behind God. They were both great leaders of their religions and continue to lead to this day to the faithful. Jesus was said to be born in a mangier in the city of Bethlehem. His birth

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    Jesus and Mohammud

    Jesus and Mohammed are two important figures within their respective religions. Christianity and Islam both have their foundations rooted in each of these individuals. Jesus is a main figure in Christianity, and Mohammed is a main figure in Islam. Although these two individuals have a great impact on their respective religion, their lives were quite different. These individuals led much different lives and their death impacted each of their religions differently. The way each of these individuals

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    Jesus & Mohamed

    Jesus & Mohammed Brian Smith HUM/130 9/4/10 Lori Silverstein Jesus & Mohammed The lives of Jesus and the Prophet Mohammed are somewhat linked forever. There are those that believe that Jesus is the son of God and that he was born of the Virgin Mary, sent to earth in the form of a man and died for the sins of man. There are those that believe that the Prophet Mohammed was the last prophet of God, a messenger of God and considered to be the founder of the religion of Islam. Regardless

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    A Concise Introduction to Islam

    " Islam is God's final revelation of prophetic religion, in fulfillment of all that had preceded. Moses was given the Law; David was given the Psalms; Jesus was given the Gospel. Judaism offers God's message of justice, and Christianity proclaims the love of God. To Mohammed (570-632 A.D.; spelled in a variety of ways) the God of Abraham and Jesus revealed the Qur'an (Arabic for "recital," sometimes written Koran). The Qur'an, written in Arabic, is the Sacred Scripture of Islam, the perfection of

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    Jesus and Mohammad

    Jesus and Mohammad September 23, 2012 HUM/130 - RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD Instructor: THOMAS THIESSEN By Elizabeth Koch Submit a 1,250- to 1,500-word paper in which you compare and contrast the lives of Jesus and Mohammed in relation to each respective religion. Complete the following steps in your paper: • Contrast the way Christians and Muslims view Jesus. • Trace the lives of Jesus and Mohammed historically. • Compare what impact the death of each person

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    The Man or the Creator

    The Man or the Creator Keith Clay Michael S. Bickford February 2, 2014 The Man or the Creator Two great leaders Jesus and Mohammed are different from one another in many different ways. As I put the history of these two great leaders you will see just how different they were, but how they both strive to reach the same goal. When comparing their trace of lives the impact of their death towards their religion, and how they were worship, and how their message is carried

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    Letter to Senseless Christians

    A second letter to senseless Christians by ex Muslim Ishaku Abdul'rahman Mohammed LETTER TO SENSELESS CHRISTIANS part 2 -Ishaku Abdul'rahman Mohammed Dear Nigerian Christian, If you saw my first letter you would have known that I used to be a Muslim but now a Christian. I have been in hiding because, anyone born a Muslim and converts to Christianity has a death sentence on his head. It is even worse now that they know I have decided to reveal their hidden agenda to the Nigerian Christian

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    Jesus and Muhammad Paper

    Jesus & Muhammad Paper Jesus & Mohammad Paper Jesus Christ is the largest most accepted religious figure in the world. Jesus Christ is the central figure in Christianity which has over two million followers across the world today. Jesus is widely believed by most Christians to be God incarnate who’s return back to earth for the salvation of man was promised in the old testament. There are many differing views and beliefs about Jesus and his life throughout the world, in different

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    Jesus and Muhammad Paper

    Jesus & Mohammed Paper Catherine A. Johnson HUM/130 Religions of the World September 21, 2014 Roy Shaff Jesus & Mohammed Paper The two most influential men in religious communities and throughout the nation are Jesus and Muhammad. Many individuals are followers of these men for reasons of their own particular beliefs and rituals. Nations have used their words as the foundation of their countries cultures and laws. During the 1st century Jesus’s teachings to the world’s inhabitants were

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    Christianity

    the life of Jesus Christ and the development of this religion over the years. Along with that other areas will also include the way people worship, practice, and different sectors of this religion. We will also discuss the birth and death of Jesus Christ and how his death affected this religion dramatically and why this religion continues grow till this day. Also discussed Christianity alongside Islam and compare and contrast the different between these religions and practices. Jesus born more

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    Comparison of Religions

    be rewarded in the next life and that the suffering and forced exile they have endured will be addressed at the end of time. Christianity Christians believe in one God and that Jesus Christ was sent by him to convey God's love to those here on earth. Though seen as being mortal while He was one earth, Jesus was raised from the dead and returned home to His father in approximately AD 30. Jerusalem was the center of Christianity. The Apostle Paul was considered to be the first Christian

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    Africa the Birthplace

    the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth, a Jewish prophet. With Palestine being so close to Egypt, I can understand why Africa can be called the birthplace of Christianity. In the beginning, Christianity had spread throughout Egypt and North Africa. I believe that many people will not associate Christianity with Africa because Jesus was called Jesus of Nazareth. When many people think of Jesus, they think of Israel. Israel is not the only place that Jesus spread the word of God. Jesus’ family also spent

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    Is God Really Dead?

    more focused on making a sad observation than a defining theological premise. Nietzsche oddly never sided with atheists as some believe he did. He made a statement derived from observing the way people chose to live their lives. He saw the death of Jesus Christ on the cross as the death of Christianity itself. Nietzsche first uses the phrase, “god is dead,” in a book he wrote: The madman jumped into their midst and pierced them with his eyes. "Whither is God?" he cried; "I will tell you. We have

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    Jesus and Mohammad

    Jesus and Mohammed Paper Jesus and Mohammed Jesus Christ and Mohammad are two prophets that have changed many individuals’ views on both Christian and also Islamic religion. Both religions originate from the Middle East. Christianity and Islam worshippers obey the Ten Commandments. It is also important for each worshipper of the two religions to love their neighbor as well as forgive one another. Although there are many similarities within the two religions there are also major differences

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    Islam

    Mohammed was a prophet born in the city of Mecca where Christianity was highly practiced. Mohammed claimed to have received some revelations from Allah, which he penned in what today is named as the Koran. Mohammed’s beliefs and those of the Jewish and Christians seemed to have differed, and this prompted Mohammed to start his Muslim movement. Indeed, Mohammed was the founder of Islam. Christianity was a deep-rooted religion among the Jewish people, and this made it impossible for Mohammed to

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    Spirit of Christmas: Jesus vs. Frosty” (1992). In this short video clip, the boys already looked a lot like the characters they would create to make South Park, the one difference being that Cartman was called Kenny at that time and Kenny had no name. When Brian Graden, Fox network executive, saw this clip, he commissioned Parker and Stone to make a second one as an animated Christmas Card. This time it was called “The Spirit of Christmas: Jesus vs. Santa Claus” (1995) in which Jesus and Santa Claus fight

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    World Relgion

    CheckPoint: Eastern Religion Elements Matrix 30 Assignment: Judaism Presentation 100 Week Six CheckPoint: Five Pillars of Islam 30 Discussion Questions 20 Participation 10 Week Seven CheckPoint: Monotheistic Religions 30 Assignment: Jesus and Mohammed Paper 100 Week Eight CheckPoint: Rough Draft World Religions Report 30 Discussion Questions 20 Participation 10 Week Nine Capstone CheckPoint 30 Final Project: World Religions Report 250 Point Total 1,000 Weekly Reminders Discussion

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    Radical Islam and Ideology

    on Islam * “Islam is a great and true religion revealed in the Holy Koran which was dictated by the angel Gabriel to the final Prophet Mohammed, blessing and peace be upon him.” * Islam, Mohammed and the Qu’ran * Islam – meaning submission/surrender to the rule of Good * Mohammed – last in a series of protestants (including Jesus, Moses) * Bring the word of God * Qur’an (meaning recitation) – recited what God gave to him, others wrote it * Hadith

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    Christianity V. Islam

    in history. Christianity was a religion that appealed to everyone: Jews and gentiles; men and women; rich and poor. Jesus claimed to be the messiah; he taught his ideas peacefully, he did not believe that anyone should be forced to believe him. During the crusades, however, many Christians would kill any Muslims they found, sometimes torture and even eat them. Ironically, Mohammed was visited by the angel Gabriel, he did not claim to be anything higher than anyone else. He was involved in raiding

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    Religious Studies in Theism

    word of God. They do not believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God. Islam was founded by Mohammad, who lived for 62 years between 570 to 632 A.D.. Mohammed received God’s inspiration after he reached the age of 40, and for twenty two years he received the revelations from God “Allah”, that was to become the Koran. There are five pillars of Islam and six articles of faith. The five pillars are: 1) Repetition of the creed: “There is no God but Allah and Mohammed is his prophet”; 2) Prayer five times

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    Contemporary Issues in Western Religion

    There are many historical connections and similarities of the three Religions, Christianity, Islam and Judaism. The origin of the three religions names are: Christianity- The name came from the Greek: Christos, ‘Anointed’ refers to Jesus Christ. Islam- Was derived from the Arabic word ‘submission. It is also related to the Arabic word salaam, meaning ‘peace’. Judaism- Came from The Hebrew word - Came from The Hebrew word Yehudim, meaning ‘Peace”. The Books each religions follow are: The Bible

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    Comparison of Views on Jesus as the Messiah

    Christianity, Islam and Judaism Student’s Name University Affiliation CHRISTIANS, MUSLIMS AND JEWS Comparison of Views on Jesus as the Messiah Matters of faith or religions are one of the major issues that form trends globally. The main religions well practiced today include Christianity, Judaism religion and Islam. Roughly, four billion people globally identify themselves within either of the religions. The three religions share so many similarities and differences depending

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    The First Contact Between a Christian and a Muslim

    I think because we both have several things in common. We believe in the One Creator who had sent many Prophets and in Jesus as the Messiah as well as to the Word of God u*rich had been denied by the Jews. Our Holy Qur'an mentions in Surah 3:45: "[Remember] when the angels said, “O Mary! Verily Allah gives you the glad tidings of a Word from him, his name will be Messiah Jesus, the son of Mary, held in honour in this world and in the hereafter, and of those who are near to Allah." Dialogues have

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    Social Issues

    to terrorism in general, and he will provide his opinions as it relates to the treatment of Muslims especially after the 911 terrorist attacks. Today, the religion of Islam remains a phenomenon even after the death of its founder, the prophet Mohammed. The Muslim empire seems to have far-reaching effect, spreading throughout parts of Europe, Africa, India, Central and Southeast Asia as well as the United States. Its undeniable effect makes it a driving force in many Middle Eastern countries, Asia

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    Ethics in Society

    understand the similarities that do in fact take place between these three religions. Being Islamic they believe in Mohammed being the last in the line of prophets, while Judaism and Christianity don’t believe Mohammed to be a prophet of God. Islam and Judaism do not consider Jesus to be any better than any of the previous prophets that God had sent. However Christianity believes that Jesus was divine, and that he was God's single most important messenger. Unlike Christianity, Judaism affirms the eternally

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    Judaism and Islam

    communities whose majority population and leaders came from polytheism. It is said that Abraham was the son of an idol salesman, where he went in and destroyed all of the idols claiming it to be ridiculous. Mohammed was in Mecca, a religious center for polytheistic Arabian religions. Mohammed was visited by Gabriel, and was told to proclaim Allah and that there is only one Allah. Both religions are against the personification of G-d. A major theme of Islam is the rejection of G-d being part of the

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    Hum/130 Syllabus

    | | CheckPoint Monotheistic Religions Elements Matrix | Complete Appendix H. | 11/22 | 30 | Individual Jesus & Mohammed Paper | Submit a 1,250- to 1,500-word paper in which you compare and contrast the lives of Jesus and Mohammed in relation to each respective religion. Complete the following steps in your paper: Trace the lives of Jesus and Mohammed historically. Compare what impact the death of each person had on his respective religion.Describe the ways each individual

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    Religion Comparison

    Mohamed, a prophet of Medina. Its is a faith that was taught by prophets such as Abraham, Moses, Jacob, Noah and Jesus. Mohammed was the last prophet and his role was to formalize and clarify the faith and purify it by removing believes which had been added before as an error. The two sacred texts of Islam are the Qur’an which is the words of Allah “the true God” as given to Mohammed, and the Hadith, which is a collection of Mohammed’s sayings. Muhammad preached the same message of Islam as the previous

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    Understanding Islam

    to be more similar to what we are supposed to be. Prophets As far as Muslims are concerned, Muhammad is regarded as ultimate Prophet of God. In contrast, Jews and Christians believe, Moses and Jesus respectively as their Prophets sent from God. All Islam and Muslims concur that Jesus and Moses were sent from God and were genuine Prophets (Rippin, 2005). Abraham’s Children: Understanding humans The three religious movements agree that human beings are the uppermost creatures on

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    Miracles in Al Quran

    Miracles in Al Quran Prophet Mohammed (Sal), as per the expressions in the Quran was an “Ummi”, that mean that he didn’t know how to read or to write. 1400 years ago, there were no advanced computers, which could organize hundreds of thousands of words and create equal number of words on the fundamental concepts. If you think about the fact that the revelations came during the last days of his life and he didn’t know when the Quran could be completed, then it can be seen that the Quran has been

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