Compare The Differences Of Christianity, Islam, And Christianity?

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The Great Question. Most professionals agree that all religions tie into each other like a complex web of a spider. Like most webs, this one ties into a central idea and branches out with similar strands. Keeping this in mind it is easy to see how similar a religion is to another then how it is different. In order to do so Christianity, Islam, and Judaism the three major religions will be compared. They will be examined through the basic means of comparison in which will contain; poverty, peaceful promotions, and their monotheistic gods. Poverty is one of the most important parts of the web. Poverty has always been in consideration when it comes to our major religions. They all show and practice good ways of helping the poor, and the same …show more content…
Examples of this can be shown through the Bible’s teachings, such as “Rob not the poor, because he is poor” (bible.com, 2014, proverbs 22:22). This quote tells us that we should be kind to the poor because they are poor and should not have any other reason for it. This quote also shows us that the Bible and its religion, Christianity, focuses on the theory of helping the poor in many places throughout their lives and scriptures. Christianity has a lot to do with helping the poor which can help us know that it fits into the category of ‘helping the poor’. In the religion of Islam, poverty can also be shown by its many verses in its holy book, the Quran. Helping the poor is also found in their actions or what is called the five pillars, one pillar is labeled under ‘charity’. The words of this can also be found in the Quran as it says “do not kill your children for fear of poverty. We provide for them” this shows that we watch over the poor by providing with charity and warn not to fear poverty because it can corrupt. Islam practices, helping the poor in many ways just like Christianity and now …show more content…
This god is referred to as ‘Allah’, Allah was never created, will never die, and never is off track. Allah loves his servants, or in parts of the Quran “holy slaves”, and when they die they will go to a paradise and the unsaved or nonbelievers will have to unfortunately deal with the terrible chaos of hell, fortunately though, if you do good and hell and accept your suffering and repent, Allah will eventually remove you from it. Considering the two religions now, both seem to carry the same idea on their ideas of monotheistic gods and what those gods are like. Judaism has the same god as Christianity except for a few minor details. The Jewish god has a name but is not used because it is two holy for humans or any species for that matter so they refer to ‘him’ as ‘God’, the name is Yahweh. God is a great being of order and unlimited power, God has a set book of laws that need to be followed and accomplished in order to reach heaven. Just like Christianity, Judaism has a heaven, purgatory, and hell and they all follow the same concept. Now that we have examined all three religions on the gods, we should now see that these gods are in fact exactly the same and do have incredible power but a strong set

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