Lead: The founder of Islam saw a world in which all people and all parts of life would be in submission to God. This brought Muhammad and his followers into frequent and often violent confrontation with Christianity.

                Intro.: A Moment in Time with Dan Roberts.

                Content: Muhammad, first prophet of Islam, was a member of the Hashim, a prominent commercial clan in Mecca, a city in the Arabian heartland. His spiritual journey came to crisis on the 17th day of the Arabic month of Ramadan in 610. According to Islamic tradition he was taken in a mystic journey by the angel Jabril, Gabriel, to Jerusalem where he conversed with Jesus, Moses, and Abraham, was taken to heaven and received the divinely inspired message that eventually was recorded in the Qur’an.

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