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Michael Hart, who makes this assessment in his book The 100: A Ranking of the Most Influential People in History, reaches this conclusion because he observes that Muhammad has far more influence over the lives of Muslims than Jesus Christ does over the lives of Christians.

John Stevens

Jesus demands serious obedience
By David Cook
Christian Focus. 176 pages. £6.99
ISBN 978-1-84550-369-7

This relatively short book starts with the shocking and thought provoking claim that Muhammad, rather than Jesus, is the most influential person in history. Jesus doesn’t even come second, but lags behind in third place.