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    Comparison of Jesus and Muhammad Jesus and Muhammad have been held in high respect, if not respected, by the billions who have belonged to the religions that these two greats founded. Although both men thought of them of selves as spokes people of the same God not very much attention has been given to their similarities and differences. It is hard to find people through the ages that appreciate what Muhammad did. It seems that a lot of people degrade the rival leader to promote their won

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    Comparison of Jesus and Muhammad Jesus is the person that is considered to have a significant influence on the beginnings of the Christian religion. Muhammad is said to have been responsible for the beginnings of the Islamic religion. I will be delivering some key comparisons in the lives of each of these men. A couple of these comparisons will be discussing the history of each man and show the influence their deaths played on the two individual religions each one is associated with. Another point

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    Trials of Jesus and Socrates: A Comparison

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    trial of Jesus of Nazareth. The trials could be compared in three main areas: the evidence and reasons provided for their executions, their last messages to their accusers, and the two leaders’ thoughts about their impending deaths. For both figures, there is no evidence to support their convictions and they are convicted for similar reasons, though Jesus is given less time to defend himself. Both Jesus and Socrates warn their accusers that they will suffer for their actions. However, Jesus views

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    vast majority of Christians were no longer converts from Jewish communities, but people who lived in a world dominated by the culture, thought, and worldview of Greece and Rome. John appealed to their powers of reason and reflection to consider who Jesus claimed to be. This comparative analysis will explore the similarities and differences of the Gospels of Matthew and John. First, this paper will explore the different

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    All religions differ in one way or another, but one of the biggest distinguishers for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is our core belief in the Godhead. This core belief, while not included in the Genesis account of the Creation, can be seen in Moses 2:1: “I am the Beginning and the End, the Almighty God; by mine Only Begotten I created these things; yea, in the beginning I created the heaven, and the earth…” Immediately we can see that Heavenly Father referred to His Son as the creator

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    Introduction The two most polarizing and influential religious figures of time, Jesus Christ and Muhammad, have been considered to be two people who, at two different times, attempted to bring messages that would change the landscape of the spirituality of the world and gain followings from the masses. Timothy George shows the two for being responsible for creating two of the three historical religions in the world, with both descended from the third, Judaism, in his article in Christianity Today

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    Comparison of Jesus and Paul's Teachings on Human Nature and Inter-Human Relationships In my paper on human nature and inter-human relationships, I am going to prove that Jesus is more loving and forgiving in his teachings and commands to the people, where as Paul is more direct and unyielding. Both Jesus and Paul had similar ideas of what human and inter-human relationships should consist of, but they differed in the way they delivered their individual messages. When Jesus speaks to the people

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    Klaatu is a Metaphorical Jesus Christ Films from the 1950s were largely science fiction, The Day the Earth Stood Still is one of those films. The movie focuses on an alien named Klaatu that comes to Earth with an important message, that will affect all of humanity. After watching this film it’s common for those with a small background in Christian beliefs to see the references to Jesus Christ throughout the film. During this period, most Americans believed in the religion of Christianity and its

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    direct comparison. Throughout the novel Chronicle of a Death Foretold, Gabriel Garcia Marquez forms a congruence between Santiago Naser and Jesus Christ. While parallels between both men are woven within the pages, revelations of the corrupt societies are distinguished as the deaths of Santiago and Jesus essentially epitomize the cultural traditions that were destroyed by their lives, but revived through their deaths. The portrayal of Santiago Naser develops into a direct parallel of Jesus Christ

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    Ehrman talks about how Chapter 7 introduces a comparison method when studying the Gospels. I believe that this approach is leaning more to a critical method when talking about biblical writings. I do realize when reading through the chapter there are many similarities between the stories, but also there are differences. The Gospel of Luke a Greco-Roman biography I believe that is written by unknown person possibly Greek. Luke is the author who wrote the Acts of the Apostles. The Gospel tells us

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