Essay on Jesus And Mohammad

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Many people live their lives following a religious leader of some religion. The prophet Mohammed and Jesus Christ were said to be two of the very most influential leaders of all time. According to Michael Hart, a writer for www.amaana.org states that out of a pole of one hundred most influential religious people, Mohammed was ranked number one, to be the most influential person ever to be born. Jesus was ranked third most influential person, so therefore that pole is telling us that Mohammed is very well known and followed. Mohammed a prophet of Islam was born in the year Five hundred and seventy A.D. in a city called Mecca, which is in southern Arabia (Mecca is now …show more content…
The life of Jesus Christ was not a very long span of years but a very special time frame to Christianity. Jesus was born to a Jewish couple. A woman named Mary and a carpenter by the name of Joseph. Jesus is said to be from the small town called Nazareth where it has been said that he himself trained as a carpenter. By the age of twelve it is believed Jesus ran off from his parents in Jerusalem to talk about religion in a temple. By the age of thirty, Jesus was baptized; this is the highlight in his life that marked his ministry. Jesus then chose a group of twelve people which became the disciples. Jesus then started performing miracles on people along with teaching to large crowds. Some of the miracles Jesus performed were changing water to wine, healing the sick, catching a large number of fish, healing ten lepers, healing the paralyzed, calming the storm, feeding four thousand men and their families, and walking on water. These are only a few of the many miracles that is believed he made happen. Along with the miracles and teachings, Jesus showed people how to love and respect one another, even people and their enemies. Jesus’ life came down to the last supper where he proclaimed
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