Compare And Contrast The Three Religions

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I believe that the three religions should be grouped together as each seems to branch off from the previous religion. Judaism is the oldest of the three and provides a good foundation for the other two. Christianity came second as a branch of Judaism. There are talks of Jesus and Abraham in the Islam religion showing that it is also a branch off of Judaism, however it isn’t tied into Christianity as much. Each of the three religions are monotheistic, they each worship a single god, the same god so it seems. If the three worship the same god, it seems right that they should have similar history, beliefs, and practises.
All three religions share similar history. Each seems to start out with Adam and Eve and the fall. Then goes on to the story of Abraham obeying God and almost sacrificing his own son Isaac, however, the Muslim religion believes that it may have actually been is son Ismail. Each of the three religions even have a mention of Jesus, but view him a bit differently. The Jews seen him as a messiah, or as the anointed one. They believed that Jesus would be the one who fulfills their apocalyptic expectations. The
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Each of the three are monotheistic, they worship only one God. It seems since each go back to the story of Abraham, the three religions worship the same god, in different ways. Each of the religions also believe that God is a mysterious essence that lives in a beautiful kingdom that they may someday return to if they are true to their faith. All of the religions believe that God spoke to the prophets either directly or through a messenger. Each time God instructed them on what they should believe in and what they should do to prove that they are faithful to their god. God also provides them with what they should do in the case that they sin. Each religion believes that God is forgiving and their sins can be forgiven if they are faithful and participate in religious

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