In the reading of ”Birth and Youth’ the common aspect is the birth of Augustus and the birth of alexander the great. They both had miraculous birth and divine parent and they were both conceived by the gods. Their birth also as conception additionally needed meteorological omens encompassing it. The gods revels to alexander’s parent in their dream that alexander is about to be born. Olympias envisioned that her womb might have been struck by lightning, same time Philip envisioned that he places a seal which was a picture of a lion on Olympias womb. Philip saw a divine serpent laying close to his wife and he thought that could be a sign of him not touching is wife till she conceives, and it could be a divine birththrough the signs and symbols that was reviewed to them when Olympia saw the vision. Also,Augustus before augustus was born his mother saw a vision about her womb been carried up to the star, she saw her womb everywhere augustus also had a symbol of a snake placed on her body.” According the newtestament (Bart ehrman sixth edition) “ancient biography character traits were thought to be relatively constant throughout a person’s life”. the ancient biography describes the life of the great philosophers and their experiences. Ancient biography was an exposition story describing a person’s life frequently inside a sequential system. The common aspect of the article ‘Miracle’ is the miracle of Vespasian and the miracle of Chanina ben Dosa. This miracle was described as the miracles of God, they both have powers of Healing people and talking to God on behave of people. They both believe in prayers and believe in the word of God. Vespasian and chanina bed dosa had faith in God and have faith in asking God for mercy and faith in God answering their prayers. They were both divine and said to be great miraculous men. Vespasian had the gift of healing from God while chanina ben dosa as the gift of favor from God. “In chapter 6 of (Bart ehrman sixth edition) said the role of the miraculous was typically pronounced in the life of a religious figure (eg philostratus’s biography of Apollonius of Tyana) miraculous signs might accompany his birth, he might manifest divine power in his own miracle and inspired teachings, and might be glorified after his death through an ascension into heaven or through receiving cult from those whose lives, he had touched”. In the article of ‘Teaching’ Epictetus and Aristippos, and Aristotle as some similarities. The two philosophers are the originator of western science, and Epictetus, one of the most prominent stoicisms, the two has their hypotheses for the issue of “Moral Good fortune” Epictetu was a Greek Stoic scholar his principle theory in “Enchiridion” is that one ought to expect what will happen and wish it to happen. while, Aristotle’s view on bliss is that it ought to be accomplished through temperate activity over an entire lifetime. one may not know when it was accomplished that is the point. ForEpictetus, it is a condition of ataraxy peaceful perspective and that we should discover joy in ordinary things which at that point prompts eudaimonia like a convenient impact. For Aristotle, the Non-romantic thought is basically a formal reason, not a productive or last reason. This isn’t a physical or otherworldly, yet simply because of all rationale. The thought does not serve to clarify the creation of things which it can’t produce. It can’t clarify the information we have. Epictetus, then again, gives a more extensive perspective of things we ought to do to lead a more philosophical life. He focuses on the significance of our ethical reason and the control we have over it, and puts less accentuation on delights throughout everyday life. It is more adapted towards assisting one to live in a way that encourages them with being the best individual they can be and achieve your maximum capacity. It is tied in with controlling your own life and not giving others a chance to influence you, and about utilizing rationale and reason. As, Bart ehrman said in his book in chapter 6,” how an ancient person would have understood the form of the gospels. It appears that ancient readers would have recognized them as a biographer of a religious leader. Ancient reader and hearer of books like these would probably expect to find that the main character was an important religious figure and that al of the action of narrative revolved around him. They might anticipate a miraculous beginning to his life and a miraculous ending. They might look forward to description of his divinely inspired teachings and superhuman deeds”.