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This volume explores the surprising similarities and differences between two of the most important religious leaders of all time--Jesus and Muhammad. Born into a Muslim family in Egypt, Gabriel is a converted Christian and former professor of Islamic history at Al Azhar University in Cairo.
Jesus and Muhammad are two of the best known and revered figures in history, each with a billion or more global followers. Now, in this intriguing volume, F.E. Peters offers a clear and compelling analysis of the parallel lives of Jesus and Muhammad, the first such in-depth comparison in print. Like a detective, Peters compiles "dossiers" of what we do and do not know about the lives and portraits of these towering figures, drawing on the views of modern historians and the evidence of the Gospels and the Quran. With erudition and wit, the author nimbly leads the reader through drama and dogma to reveal surprising similarities between the two leaders and their messages. Each had a public career as a semi-successful preacher. Both encountered opposition that threatened their lives and those of their followers. Each left a body of teaching purported to be their very words, with an urgent imperative that all must become believers in the face of the approaching apocalypse. Both are symbols of hope on the one hand and of God's terrible judgment on the other. They are bringers of peace--and the sword. There is, however, a fundamental difference. Muslims revere Muhammad ibn Abdullah of Mecca as a mortal prophet. Although known as a prophet in his day, the Galilean Jew Jesus was and is believed by his followers to have been the promised Messiah, indeed the son of God. The Quran records revelations received by Muhammad as the messenger of God, whereas the revelations of the Gospels focus on Jesus and the events of his life and death. A lasting contribution to interfaith understanding, Jesus and Muhammad offers lucid, intelligent answers to questions that underlie some of the world's most intractable conflicts.
Jesus or Muhammad: A Question of Assurance Two people have radically influenced the world: Jesus and Muhammad. One name invokes some people to love their enemies. The other name invokes some people to hate those who insult that name. However, movements in the West with varying agendas, infatuated with words like "co-exist," "tolerance," and "inclusivism," shove all the key differences between faiths under a rug without any discussion over them. Yet History and Experience tell us that it is good to freely talk about differences in order to understand each other's faith. Steven Masood examines how followers of Jesus and followers of Muhammad use different dictionaries for the definition of peace, love, grace, and mercy. He delves into the Bible and the Qur'an, investigating how both present the creation and the patriarchs. While the Bible stops with Jesus and his disciples, the Qur'an brings Muhammad on the scene. Masood deals sensitively with questions like: Is the Qur'an the continuation of the Bible? Did Jesus promise the coming of Muhammad? Is Jesus or Muhammad the "final messenger" with the authority of assurance from God? What guidance was promised to Adam, to restore him and his progeny to God? If Jews, Christians, and Muslims believe in the same God, why the different messages? Steven Masood, PhD, has spent over 30 years studying and working in Christian-Muslim relations. At present, he holds workshops and seminars with a Biblical and Qur'anic perspective on Islam. He has written several books, including The Bible and the Qur'an: A Question of Integrity. Currently he serves in full-time Christian ministry. More info:
This cool, clear-sighted comparative study has no theological axe to grind. It offers a trusty thematic guide to the figureheads of three of the largest religions in the world. The comparative approach is descriptive and even-handed, highlighting both similarities and differences across a range of major areas. The thematic chapters cover: early life, followers, the core message, political attitudes, relations with women, and death. The engaging writing and descriptive approach make this an ideal text for students, instructors and general readers.
Howard Shin in "The Dividing Worldviews of Jesus and Muhammad" has selected anecdotes, laws, commandments and personal life examples from the lives of Muhammad and Jesus that govern the lives of their followers throughout the world. Although these two men claim to have been inspired by and sent by the God of Abraham, yet there are significant differences in their approach, their message, their mission and their life examples. Thus all the conflicts between Christians and Muslims in terms of religion and culture trace back to the teachings of Jesus and Muhammad. It is also in the life and teachings of these two men you will learn the differences between Muslims’ and Christians’ relationship with God and men.
Jesus and Muhammad presents for the first time the sayings of Jesus from the New Testament and the parallel teachings of Muhammad found in the Koran and Hadith. These quotes clearly show that the core values of Christianity - love, peace, compassion, forgiveness, and repentence - match the central tenets of Islam and demonstrate that despite centuries of conflict, these two religions possess a common moral and spiritual foundation.

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