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Lets look at this in context to the lives they lived and what is god like

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Submitted by Mark Major (Hong Kong), Jul 6, 2008 at 07:13

here is what you wrote:

When its says raise up for them a prophet like you meaning moses(pbuh). Was jesus(pbuh) like moses(pbuh)? No.........reason why!!
1. Jesus(pbuh) was born virgin birth. 1. Mohammand(pbuh) was born normal birth as moses(pbuh).

2. Jesus(pbuh) didnt have to escape his home of birth 2.Mohammd(pbuh) had to escape mecca for fear of his life same with moses(pbuh) birth.

3.Jesus(pbuh) didnt have to go back and fight the people of his place of birth. 3.Mohammad(pbuh) did as well as Moses(pbuh).

4. Jesus(pbuh) is not dead. 4.Both Mohammad(pbuh) and Moses(pbuh) died.

So which sounds more alike Jesus(pbuh) or Mohammad (pbuh) the truth is clear.

Answer to one, invalid arguent, jesus was born just as the other two, that he born from a virgin proves he was the son of god, not merely a prophet.

Answer to two Jesus should have escaped his home of birth and he may not have been killed...( but then he ould not have risen and taken his place by his father) Since he is the true prophet, dying did not bother him so he didn't flee it.

Answer to three...Moses did not fight. The only killer was muhammed.

answer to four Jesus died because he chose to, so he could rise from the dead and be at as the side of his father.

Look at the life of the two prophets. One led a life of murder, rape, slaves, pedophilia and Genocide, who killed all who didn't think like he did. The other preached peace and turned the other cheek and allowed himself to die for his flock. Which one do you think is more worthy of the title of prophet of god

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