Jesus and Mohammad Paper (World Religions)

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Africans imported to the United States through the triangle trade of Africa, Europe, and the America has, found themselves in most southern states. The middle passage as it was known was one of the worst if not the worst atrocity perpetrated on any race of people. Sold into slavery by our fellow man for worn firearms, rusted metals, seasonings, and alcohol, was a small price to pay for what our futures would hold.

Fast-forwarding beyond the indentured servitude and the slavery, I find myself right in the middle of Jim Crow and segregation. Why is school so different for me than it is for the white kids? Perhaps it has something to do with the great disparity of the allocations of funds to the white schools to ensure that they receive a superior education than I do.

In 1930, South Carolina spent ten times as much on education for whites as it did for blacks; Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and Alabama devoted five times more for white children as they did for black children, (Eyes on the Prize p2)faith and Jesus of Nazareth for the Christian faith, because these two men/ prophets or inChristianity’s case, God, has left a tremendous impact on all of their followers; bothwhile living, and increasingly so when they were dead.

Some believers think that thedeath of these men brought them to greater providence.

In this essay, I will be attempting to identify the early childhoods of both men,their impact on their followers; and the ways in which the followers have worshippedthem. This essay will also cover the impact of those messages in today’s society.

The core biographical fact for Christianity assigns to Jesus’ life is the immaculateconception or his birth through the virgin Mary. His death and resurrection, which hasbecome the foundation and core beliefs of...