What Are The Differences Between Jesus and Muhammad? Find Out Here


Editor’s Note: I’ll also add a couple of things.  Jesus claimed to be the Great I AM of the Old Testament and said the Scriptures all spoke of Him.  He claims to be the ONLY way to the Father.  He claims He will judge all men at the last day.  Muhammad doesn’t hold a candle to Jesus the Christ, and neither does Muhammad’s Allah.

There is an interesting chart circulating on the Internet that illustrates some of the very important differences between Jesus (and Christianity) and Muhammad (and Islam).

Charts like these have circulated in the past and have covered various major differences between the religious icons, and the faiths themselves. This latest chart really underscores the chasm between the examples of Jesus and Muhammad.

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H/T to the Federalist Papers Project for digging this one up.

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