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27th Apr '16 1:08:33 AM PaulA
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28th Mar '16 8:20:10 PM TARINunit9
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Yeshua, supposed son of a carpenter (or joiner) named Youssef and a young woman (possibly a virgin) named Miriam, born in Nazareth (or Bethlehem) in Roman Judea, some time between 8 BC/BCE and 6 AD/CE. He excelled in Torah study, became a rabbi, and began preaching in Palestine aged around thirty. His message was mainly of love, peace, mercy, kindness, charity, forgiveness and compassion (all of which were considered signs of weakness in Ancient Rome, to one degree or another). He also gave some trenchant criticisms of the religious Powers that Be on the subject of their corrupt practices, and he is said to have performed many miracles. Accused of defying Mosaic law, he was sentenced to crucifixion by Roman procurator Pontius Pilatus and executed in Jerusalem around 30 AD/CE.

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Yeshua, supposed son of a carpenter (or joiner) named Youssef and a young woman (possibly a virgin) named Miriam, born in Nazareth (or Bethlehem) in Roman Judea, some time between 8 BC/BCE and 6 AD/CE.AD/CE[[note]]Almost always listed as being born before 4 BCE, as tradition dictates he was born while King Herod I was still alive[[/note]]. He excelled in Torah study, became a rabbi, and began preaching in Palestine aged around thirty. His message was mainly of love, peace, mercy, kindness, charity, forgiveness forgiveness, and compassion (all of which were considered signs of weakness in Ancient Rome, to one degree or another). He also gave some trenchant criticisms of the religious Powers that Be on the subject of their corrupt practices, and he is said to have performed many miracles. Accused of defying Mosaic law, he was sentenced to crucifixion by Roman procurator Pontius Pilatus and executed in Jerusalem around 30 AD/CE.
24th Feb '16 2:57:30 AM fusilcontrafusil
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9th Feb '16 2:08:49 PM Adept
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-> ''"Behold! the angels said: "O Mary! Allah giveth thee glad tidings of a Word from Him: his name will be Christ Jesus, the son of Mary, held in honour in this world and the Hereafter and of (the company of) those nearest to Allah."''
-->-- '''[[Literature/TheQuran The Qu'ran Al-Imran verse 45]]'''

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-> ''"Behold! the angels said: "O Mary! Allah giveth thee glad tidings of a Word from Him: his name will be Christ Jesus, the son of Mary, held in honour in this world and the Hereafter and of (the company of) those nearest %% One quote is sufficient. Additional quotes go to Allah."''
-->-- '''[[Literature/TheQuran The Qu'ran Al-Imran verse 45]]'''
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15th Dec '15 3:05:15 PM quirkygenius
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Yeshua, supposed son of a carpenter (or joiner) named Youssef and a young woman (possibly a virgin) named Miriam, born in Nazareth (or Bethlehem) in Roman Judea, some time between 8 BC/BCE and 6 AD/CE. He excelled in Torah study, became a rabbi, and began preaching in Palestine aged around thirty. His message was mainly of love, peace, mercy, kindness, charity, forgiveness and compassion (all of which were considered signs of weakness in Ancient Rome, to one degree or another). He also gave some trenchant criticisms of the religious Powers that Be on the subject of their corrupt practices, and he is said to have performed many miracles. Accused of defying Mosaic law, he was sentenced to crucifixion by Roman procurator Pontius Pilatus and executed in Jerusalem around 30 AD/CE.

In addition to being the founder of UsefulNotes/{{Christianity}}, and second-biggest prophet in UsefulNotes/{{Islam}}, Christians believe that Jesus Christ (from ''Christos'', "anointed", from the Hebrew word ''Mashiach'', "[[MessianicArchetype Messiah]]") is no less than the Son of {{God}} as well as being [[GodInHumanForm an aspect of God Himself]] (not all Christians do, although more than one council tried to get everybody in line about it; there are still traces of Jesus either being completely divine or completely human in smaller Christian denominations; interestingly, the [[WordOfGod Man Himself]] claimed to be both). The New Testament of the Christian Bible says He was arrested and, [[ConvictedByPublicOpinion despite being innocent of any wrongdoing]], sentenced to crucifixion after being betrayed by Judas Iscariot (Yehudah of Kerioth/Yehudah the Sicarius), but returned from the dead 3 days later. He appeared before his Disciples (minus Judas, who was dead by that point) and many others before ascending to Heaven. Muslims dismiss the idea that any human can be the Son of God or an aspect of God, but do believe that Jesus (whose name they translate as Isa) was born of a virgin mother and will someday [[SecondComing return to Earth]]. They also believe that Jesus did not die on the cross, as God intervened to prevent it, carrying Jesus's physical body to Heaven. The New Testament is mostly about Him, His life, His sayings, and His deeds, and is the second part of [[Literature/TheBible the Bible]]. [[UsefulNotes/{{Judaism}} Jewish]] teachings vary on whether they acknowledge Jesus or not, though their version of the Bible is the ''Tanakh.''

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Yeshua, supposed son of a carpenter (or joiner) named Youssef and a young woman (possibly a virgin) named Miriam, born in Nazareth (or Bethlehem) in Roman Judea, some time between 8 BC/BCE and 6 AD/CE. He excelled in Torah study, became a rabbi, and began preaching in Palestine aged around thirty. His message was mainly of love, peace, mercy, kindness, charity, forgiveness and compassion (all of which were considered signs of weakness in Ancient Rome, to one degree or another). He also gave some trenchant criticisms of the religious Powers that Be on the subject of their corrupt practices, and he is said to have performed many miracles. miracles. Accused of defying Mosaic law, he was sentenced to crucifixion by Roman procurator Pontius Pilatus and executed in Jerusalem around 30 AD/CE.

In addition to being the founder of UsefulNotes/{{Christianity}}, and second-biggest prophet in UsefulNotes/{{Islam}}, Christians believe that Jesus Christ (from ''Christos'', "anointed", from the Hebrew word ''Mashiach'', "[[MessianicArchetype Messiah]]") is no less than the Son of {{God}} as well as being [[GodInHumanForm an aspect of God Himself]] (not all Christians do, although more than one council tried to get everybody in line about it; there are still traces of Jesus either being completely divine or completely human in smaller Christian denominations; interestingly, the [[WordOfGod Man Himself]] claimed to be said He was both). The New Testament of the Christian Bible says He was arrested and, [[ConvictedByPublicOpinion despite being innocent of any wrongdoing]], sentenced to crucifixion after being betrayed by Judas Iscariot (Yehudah of Kerioth/Yehudah the Sicarius), but returned from the dead 3 days later. He appeared before his Disciples (minus Judas, who was dead by that point) and many others before ascending to Heaven. Muslims dismiss the idea that any human can be the Son of God or an aspect of God, but do believe that Jesus (whose name they translate as Isa) was born of a virgin mother and will someday [[SecondComing return to Earth]]. They also believe that Jesus did not die on the cross, as God intervened to prevent it, carrying Jesus's physical body to Heaven. The New Testament is mostly about Him, His life, His sayings, and His deeds, and is the second part of [[Literature/TheBible the Bible]]. [[UsefulNotes/{{Judaism}} Jewish]] teachings vary on whether they acknowledge Jesus or not, though their version of the Bible is the ''Tanakh.''



* Literature/TheQuran. Jesus is considered a great prophet of Islam and his life and teachings constitute a significant part of the Qu'ran.

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* Literature/TheQuran. Jesus is considered a great prophet of Islam Islam, second only to Muhmammad himself, and his life and teachings constitute a significant part of the Qu'ran.
13th Dec '15 6:53:05 PM h27kim
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-> :''"Behold! the angels said: "O Mary! Allah giveth thee glad tidings of a Word from Him: his name will be Christ Jesus, the son of Mary, held in honour in this world and the Hereafter and of (the company of) those nearest to Allah."''

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-> :''"Behold! ''"Behold! the angels said: "O Mary! Allah giveth thee glad tidings of a Word from Him: his name will be Christ Jesus, the son of Mary, held in honour in this world and the Hereafter and of (the company of) those nearest to Allah."''
13th Dec '15 2:14:45 PM h27kim
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-->--> '''[[Literature/TheQuran The Qu'ran Al-Imran verse 45]]'''

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-->--> -->-- '''[[Literature/TheQuran The Qu'ran Al-Imran verse 45]]'''
13th Dec '15 2:14:11 PM h27kim
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-> :''"Behold! the angels said: "O Mary! Allah giveth thee glad tidings of a Word from Him: his name will be Christ Jesus, the son of Mary, held in honour in this world and the Hereafter and of (the company of) those nearest to Allah."''
-->--> '''[[Literature/TheQuran The Qu'ran Al-Imran verse 45]]'''
11th Dec '15 6:32:05 AM quirkygenius
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Yeshua, supposed son of a carpenter (or joiner) named Youssef and a young woman (possibly a virgin) named Miriam, born in Nazareth (or Bethlehem) in Roman Judea, some time between 8 BC/BCE and 6 AD/CE. He evidently excelled in Torah study, became a rabbi, and began preaching in Palestine aged around thirty. His message was mainly of love, peace, mercy, kindness, charity, forgiveness and compassion (all of which were considered signs of weakness in Ancient Rome, to one degree or another). He also made some rather trenchant criticisms of the religious Powers that Be, and he is said to have performed several miracles. Accused of defying Mosaic law, he was executed by crucifixion in Jerusalem around 30 AD/CE.

In addition to being the founder of UsefulNotes/{{Christianity}}, and second-biggest prophet in UsefulNotes/{{Islam}}, Christians believe that Jesus Christ (from ''Christos'', "anointed", from the Hebrew word ''Mashiach'', "[[MessianicArchetype Messiah]]") is no less than the Son of {{God}} as well as being [[GodInHumanForm an aspect of God Himself]] (not all Christians do, although more than one council tried to get everybody in line about it; there are still traces of Jesus either being completely divine or completely human in smaller Christian denominations; interestingly, the [[WordOfGod Man Himself]] claimed to be both). The New Testament of the Christian Bible says He was crucified by Roman procurator Pontius Pilatus after being betrayed by Judas Iscariot (Yehudah of Kerioth/Yehudah the Sicarius), but returned from the dead 3 days later. Muslims dismiss the idea that any human can be the Son of God or an aspect of God, but do believe that Jesus (whose name they translate as Isa) was born of a virgin mother and will someday [[SecondComing return to Earth]]. They also believe that Jesus did not die on the cross, as God intervened to prevent it, carrying Jesus's physical body to Heaven. The New Testament is mostly about Him, His life, His sayings, and His deeds, and is the second part of [[Literature/TheBible the Bible]] ... unless you're [[UsefulNotes/{{Judaism}} Jewish]]. But then you would not have the Bible, but the ''Tanakh.''

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Yeshua, supposed son of a carpenter (or joiner) named Youssef and a young woman (possibly a virgin) named Miriam, born in Nazareth (or Bethlehem) in Roman Judea, some time between 8 BC/BCE and 6 AD/CE. He evidently excelled in Torah study, became a rabbi, and began preaching in Palestine aged around thirty. His message was mainly of love, peace, mercy, kindness, charity, forgiveness and compassion (all of which were considered signs of weakness in Ancient Rome, to one degree or another). He also made gave some rather trenchant criticisms of the religious Powers that Be, Be on the subject of their corrupt practices, and he is said to have performed several miracles. many miracles. Accused of defying Mosaic law, he was executed by sentenced to crucifixion by Roman procurator Pontius Pilatus and executed in Jerusalem around 30 AD/CE.

In addition to being the founder of UsefulNotes/{{Christianity}}, and second-biggest prophet in UsefulNotes/{{Islam}}, Christians believe that Jesus Christ (from ''Christos'', "anointed", from the Hebrew word ''Mashiach'', "[[MessianicArchetype Messiah]]") is no less than the Son of {{God}} as well as being [[GodInHumanForm an aspect of God Himself]] (not all Christians do, although more than one council tried to get everybody in line about it; there are still traces of Jesus either being completely divine or completely human in smaller Christian denominations; interestingly, the [[WordOfGod Man Himself]] claimed to be both). The New Testament of the Christian Bible says He was crucified by Roman procurator Pontius Pilatus arrested and, [[ConvictedByPublicOpinion despite being innocent of any wrongdoing]], sentenced to crucifixion after being betrayed by Judas Iscariot (Yehudah of Kerioth/Yehudah the Sicarius), but returned from the dead 3 days later.later. He appeared before his Disciples (minus Judas, who was dead by that point) and many others before ascending to Heaven. Muslims dismiss the idea that any human can be the Son of God or an aspect of God, but do believe that Jesus (whose name they translate as Isa) was born of a virgin mother and will someday [[SecondComing return to Earth]]. They also believe that Jesus did not die on the cross, as God intervened to prevent it, carrying Jesus's physical body to Heaven. The New Testament is mostly about Him, His life, His sayings, and His deeds, and is the second part of [[Literature/TheBible the Bible]] ... unless you're Bible]]. [[UsefulNotes/{{Judaism}} Jewish]]. But then you would not have Jewish]] teachings vary on whether they acknowledge Jesus or not, though their version of the Bible, but Bible is the ''Tanakh.''
18th Sep '15 4:10:23 PM Dirtyblue929
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In addition to being the founder of UsefulNotes/{{Christianity}}, and second-biggest prophet in UsefulNotes/{{Islam}}, Christians believe that Jesus Christ (from ''Christos'', "anointed", from the Hebrew word ''Mashiach'' ([[MessianicArchetype Messiah]]) is no less than the Son of {{God}} as well as being [[GodInHumanForm an aspect of God Himself]] (not all Christians do, although more than one council tried to get everybody in line about it; there are still traces of Jesus either being completely divine or completely human in smaller Christian denominations; interestingly, the [[WordOfGod Man Himself]] claimed to be both). The New Testament of the Christian Bible says He was crucified by Roman procurator Pontius Pilatus after being betrayed by Judas Iscariot (Yehudah of Kerioth/Yehudah the Sicarius), but returned from the dead 3 days later. Muslims dismiss the idea that any human can be the Son of God or an aspect of God, but do believe that Jesus (whose name they translate as Isa) was born of a virgin mother and will someday [[SecondComing return to Earth]]. They also believe that Jesus did not die on the cross, as God intervened to prevent it, carrying Jesus's physical body to Heaven. The New Testament is mostly about Him, His life, His sayings, and His deeds, and is the second part of [[Literature/TheBible the Bible]] ... unless you're [[UsefulNotes/{{Judaism}} Jewish]]. But then you would not have the Bible, but the ''Tanakh.''

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In addition to being the founder of UsefulNotes/{{Christianity}}, and second-biggest prophet in UsefulNotes/{{Islam}}, Christians believe that Jesus Christ (from ''Christos'', "anointed", from the Hebrew word ''Mashiach'' ([[MessianicArchetype Messiah]]) ''Mashiach'', "[[MessianicArchetype Messiah]]") is no less than the Son of {{God}} as well as being [[GodInHumanForm an aspect of God Himself]] (not all Christians do, although more than one council tried to get everybody in line about it; there are still traces of Jesus either being completely divine or completely human in smaller Christian denominations; interestingly, the [[WordOfGod Man Himself]] claimed to be both). The New Testament of the Christian Bible says He was crucified by Roman procurator Pontius Pilatus after being betrayed by Judas Iscariot (Yehudah of Kerioth/Yehudah the Sicarius), but returned from the dead 3 days later. Muslims dismiss the idea that any human can be the Son of God or an aspect of God, but do believe that Jesus (whose name they translate as Isa) was born of a virgin mother and will someday [[SecondComing return to Earth]]. They also believe that Jesus did not die on the cross, as God intervened to prevent it, carrying Jesus's physical body to Heaven. The New Testament is mostly about Him, His life, His sayings, and His deeds, and is the second part of [[Literature/TheBible the Bible]] ... unless you're [[UsefulNotes/{{Judaism}} Jewish]]. But then you would not have the Bible, but the ''Tanakh.''
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