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Is Jesus or Mohammed the Greater Prophet?


Who Is the Greater Prophet?

                    JESUS                                                              MUHAMMAD

Jesus' name means God is Savior, Immanuel-God with us as our Savior. Mohammed’s name means praised one Born about 4 BC. in Bethlehem Born of the Virgin Mary Isa.7:14 had no earthly father Mt.1 Born of Aminah In 570 A.D. in Mecca Raised by Mary His mother and Joseph, His adopted father . Raised by his mother, Halima the nurse, then his uncle and grandfather Prophesied by more than 300 scriptures for his first coming, fulfilled them all including Deut.18:15 Muslims believe Mohammed is prophesied as the Comforter. And the prophet of Deut.18:15 Labored as a carpenter like his stepfather it Nazareth His father was named Abd Allah after Allah. Started as a shepherd then became a camel-caravan leader Spoke in Hebrew, Aramaic, and probably Greek Spoke only Arabic, Muslims say he was illiterate Was literate, but wrote no books. He directly commissioned his dedicated followers  to write and preach his message Was literate; and wrote the Quran or as some say others heard his sayings and wrote them down as well. Attracted multitudes by His teaching of God affirming the OT. Taught openly to multitudes as one having authority Attracted multitudes by his teaching and by the sword forcefully overthrowing the worship of multiple Gods. Miracles and healing's were given freely, he healed all kinds of diseases. The Koran is his miracle. Did no miracles of healing or delivering people from demons. Moved to Capernaun because of rejection by His townspeople and brothers and sisters Had to move to Medina because of rejection by his townspeople Was never married Married to at least fifteen wives one of which was only 9 years old at the time. Lived a sinless life, never once prayed for forgiveness like other sinners, he forgave others. Prayed often for forgiveness of his sins as did all the prophets in the OT and NT. Waged no war, said his kingdom was not of this world so his followers should not fight Was a warrior who waged war by fighting or leading in sixty-six battles to spread his message of monotheism Ordered the death of no one but instead died in place of the guilty. Ordered the death of many men and women (the first was a poetess) to promote the message of monotheism Established a religion of truth, mercy and love even for enemies;  invites all to come to him. Established a monotheistic belief system; an earthly empire teaching all must obey the teachings of the Koran. Established a relationship with God and a spiritual kingdom not of this world that will last forever with him as the ruler. Established a religion of God being compassionate and merciful  to the obedient but there are no guarantees for anyone. Died by crucifixion for others in Jerusalem at age 33 being innocent of any crime. Died in Medina due to effects of pneumonia   at age 62 Arose from the dead the third day just like he predicted, emptying His tomb, promises to raise everyone else and judge them. Still lingers in his grave awaiting the Day of Judgment by Jesus Jesus is mentioned in the Quran 97 times Mohammed is mentioned in the Quran 25 times Old Testament predicts His 2nd coming in more Scriptures than his first Mohammed had only self fulfilling prophecy; nothing in the Old Testament predicted his coming. Over 1,500,000,000 claim to be His followers are known for their dedication, love, and caring for others.  Building hospitals, feeding the poor, and helping to educate people all over the world. 1 billion are followers who are dedicated and still use force if necessary against non-Muslims in their land where Islam is the countries religion Christ prophesied of the end of the age and what it would be like when he comes again. ,The Old and  New Testament will be fulfilled by his 2nd coming. There is no teaching on Mohammed coming back again to rule or reign.    

The question that needs to be answered by all those religions that use Jesus in their teachings. How can you trust your life after death to a person who is still dead?

No matter how great any teacher is of the different religions, if one looks at the claims of Christ they can find no fault with him. If one accepts what he said of himself as true then they are left with a a decision that will affect their eternal destiny. Go here to understand the Gospel/ Injil


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