Annotated Bibliography - Comparative between Jesus and Muhammad (Name) (Institution) (Institutional Affiliation) (Date) Muesse M. W. (2017). Four Wise Men: The Lives and Teachings of Confucius the Buddha Jesus and Muhammad. Wipf and Stock Publishers. The book is aimed at exploring the historical influence of some key people who are regarded to be great in their respective religions. In addition to studying interests in history the book undertakes the comparative investigation of Jesus and Muhammad. The primary drive behind using this book as a great source for the study is how the two people outline the manner in which people ought to live. As the author puts it these characters are inspiring in how they deeply thoughtfully and courageously mustered good deeds in the presence of a lot of adversity. The book is aimed at studying both philosophical and historical interests of the book. The main reason is that the investigate the impact of the Graeco-Roman context on women. The issues of characteristics of women and motherhood are discussed in the book. Bowersock G. W. (1994). Roman Arabia. Harvard University Press. In the book Bowersock shows how the presence of Roman Empire in the Nabataean kingdom as well as in the entire Roman Empire was created. At the beginning of the book the author maintains the credibility of the book by using a map that serves the purpose of creating vivid impressions in the minds of the reader. To increase his credibility Bowersock is considerate to engage the use of illustrations such as the Camp at Udhruh Camp at Lejjun and Plan of Gerasa among other illustrations. Moving forward the book engages a reader in understanding the relationship between Arabia and Rome. Indeed Bowersock’s work will be of great help in researching on the comparative of Jesus and Muhammad. [...]
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