Islam is a religion, which emerged in the 7th century and the followers of Islam are known as Muslims. Muslims follow the teachings of Quran and Sunnah (way of life) of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). The main doctrine of Islam is the belief in Allah (God), Angels, past Prophets, day of Judgment, predestination and lastly but not the least the revelations (holy books) of God (Waines, 2003).
Christianity on the other hand is based on the teachings of Jesus Christ. They believe that Jesus is God’s incarnation. There …show more content…
In today’s circumstances, where interreligious harmony is at stake, and conflicts are mostly based on religious differences, the comparative study of different religions will reduce disharmony among believers of different religions. I choose this topic because I wanted to unveil some of the important similarities among Christianity, Islam and Judaism.
The main theme of this paper is to review literature to show the similarities and differences between Islam, Christianity and Jewish religions, in order to boost reconciliation efforts among these three religions. The paper finds that a similarity overweighs differences among Islam, Christianity and Jewish religions. It suggests that immediate and serious research is required to relook into the holy scriptures of these religions to further find answers to the prevailing differences among these religions, so that the followers of all the three religions are brought