How do Muhammad and Jesus compare?
Jesus and Muhammad cannot be compared except that Jesus had a human body as Muhammad was human.
Jesus came from heaven through virgin birth while Muhammad was earthly from human parents. Therefore Jesus is sinless and Muhammad was a sinner (Surah 48:2).
Jesus is God in the flesh (John 1:1,14; 1Tim 3:16) died for others and was resurrected while Muhammad is a human and died because of his sins and still in the tomb.
Jesus had witness from other prophets about His Sonship and His mission to die for other's sins while Muhammad had no witness about his prophethood.
Jesus was killed for other's sins as prophesied by Jewish prophets (Isaiah 53:4-6, 8; Dan 9:26) while Muhammad caused the killing of many and died.
Jesus proved His claim as the Son of God by resurrection from dead while Muhammad could not prove even his prophethood by any signs.
Jesus taught to love and save lives while Muhammad taught to hate and distroy lives.
Jesus promised heaven with His presence while Muhammad promised a heaven with virgins, wine and milk.
Jesus knew where He is going while Muhammad was not sure about whether he would go to heaven.
Jesus was a man (humanity) of love and compassion while Muhammad was a man of war.
Jesus taught monogamism while Muhammad taught polygamism and practiced this in hisown life by taking more than 12 wives.
To Jews, Abraham was the founding Patriarch, while Jesus and Muhammad, although good men, were not important in their faith. To Christians, Jesus was the Son of God, while Muhammad was merely a man who sought to add his views to the religion. To some fundamentalist Christians, Muhammad was an imposter. To Muslims, Abraham and Jesus were great prophets, but Muhammad was the last and greatest of the prophets.
Jesus is said to have lived around 2000 years ago, while Muhammad lived about 1400 years ago. So, Muhammad came after Jesus, just as prophets of other religions came after Muhammad. Islam says that Jesus was a prophet of Islam who came before Muhammad, while Christianity rejects Muhammad and says that Jesus was not just a prophet, but the son of God. However, the fact that Muhammad came after Jesus does not make Christianity obsolete…
Answer 1: To Christians, Jesus was the Son of God, so to them he was "better" than Muhammad. To Muslims, Jesus was a prophet, but Muhammad was the last and greatest prophet, and therefore "better". Answer 2: Muhammad is not better than Jesus or it is better to say they have no comparison. Please read the following points. Jesus came from heaven through virgin birth while Muhammad was earthly from human parents. Therefore Jesus is…
Jesus and Muhammad are not alike except that Jesus had a human body. Jesus came from heaven through virgin birth while Muhammad was earthly from human parents. Therefore Jesus is sinless and Muhammad was a sinner (Surah 48:2). Jesus is God in the flesh (John 1:1,14; 1Tim 3:16) died for others and was resurrected while Muhammad is a human and died because of his sins and still in the tomb. Jesus had witness from other…
This answer depends on if you ask a Muslim or a Christian. Similarities between Jesus and Muhammad might include that they were both men, both lived in the Middle East, both are leaders of world-wide religious movements, both claimed to speak for God. However: Muslims believe that Muhammad is the greatest prophet of Allah and Jesus was a lesser prophet. Christians believe that Jesus is God and that Muhammad was a false prophet.
Some of the dissimilarities betweenMuhammad and Jesus are as followed: * Muhammad was a prophet * Jesus was a prophet who was also the Son of God ** Muhammad was a special messenger of God ** Jesus was the message of God ( He was the "Word" *** Muhammad taught there is life after death *** Jesus is that "Life" ( " I am the way, I am the truth, I am the life no…
No Jesus does not mention the name of Muhammad at all. According to the Islamic faith, John 13:16, & 16:16 - Jesus mentions a "Comforter" would come into the world after Jesus' resurrection. That is true but, Islam has it incorrect as far as the interpretation meaning Muhammad. Jesus was speaking of the Holy Spirit not a human person and especially not Muhammad. Jesus said he was the Truth ..The Way.. and the Light. There…
One opinion: I think Muhammad fulfill everything Jesus foretold about Muhammad - John [14:30]Hereafter I will not talk much with you: for the prince of this: world cometh, and hath nothing in me. [14:31] But that the world may know that I love the Father; and as the Father gave me commandment, even so I do. Muhammad confirmed that Jesus did as Father commanded him - i.e. delivered the message as spoken by Jesus in…
No, it does not. The Koran contains several passages about Jesus, and it teaches that Jesus was a prophet. The Christian concept of messiah is not contained in the Koran and is not taught in Islam. The Koran also teaches that Muhammad is the greatest prophet, but not the messiah in the Christian sense.