Most Important leaders in World History

Link:

http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/the-most-important-leaders-in-world-history?var=2&utm_expid=16418821-7.F1sji1l0QzSGMbW0pwKDlQ.1&utm_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F

Top 5:

1. Alexander

2. Jesus Christ

3. Caesar

4. Washington 

5. Napoleon

What no Genghis Khan on the list not even in the top 50 LOFL very flawed list Khan has had more of an influence on history than a good majority of that list

BradGluckman - 


What no Genghis Khan on the list not even in the top 50 LOFL very flawed list Khan has had more of an influence on history than a good majority of that list



fuck that list

How is Jesus Christ 2 if they nobody can decide if he actually lived let alone was a leader Phone Post 3.0

BradGluckman -


What no Genghis Khan on the list not even in the top 50 LOFL very flawed list Khan has had more of an influence on history than a good majority of that list

Thats fucking retarted. Phone Post 3.0

Washington shouldn't be top 5 Phone Post 3.0

Bump

DYS - How is Jesus Christ 2 if they nobody can decide if he actually lived let alone was a leader Phone Post 3.0


Most sociologists believe that there has to be some basis/truth otherwise the religion would have never flourished as it has. 

Jesús X - jesus wasnt even a leader or ruler of a country, he was killed by the king.
the roman leaders and khan are goat those guys ruled half the planet in a time when we didnt have satellites,drones,planes or navy.


Hardly a religious fanatic, quite the opposite, but the historical figure that was Jesus had a massive impact on Western society. You're massively understating the everlasting effects of his life.



The Roman republic, and subsequent Empire most certainly had Navies...and both the Romans and the Mongols had large intelligence agencies; it was one of the tenants of Mongol warfare. 

They should take off Jesus Christ from that top five.

He may have been the "source" for the ministry of Christianity, but it could be argued that St. Paul was more instrumental in getting the message out and influencing the Faith as a whole. Jesus died, his major followers were in hiding, but it was St. Paul that carried the banner later on to the Roman Empire.

His writings and missionary journeys are what spread Christianity and its influence throughout the Empire. Without that, Jesus Christ would have been some blip on the Empire radar as some upstart revolutionary that would eventually be forgotten.

I don't think there's much debate that Jesus existed as a figure. But that list is way more flawed than having him ranked so high. The lack of Genghis Khan is astounding.

DYS - How is Jesus Christ 2 if they nobody can decide if he actually lived let alone was a leader Phone Post 3.0
Only complete fools don't believe he existed. You don't have to believe he was who he claimed. But he 100% existed. Phone Post 3.0

wtf is Obama??

NHBDaddy - wtf is Obama??

 

Funny but even more laughable that they have Putin at 50 wtf has he done to  garner that spot

 

Who formed this absurd list? Phone Post 3.0