Abrahamic religions

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    and Christianity, were both formed from Judaism. This research paper will explain how each of these religions have teachings common to the earliest of the group such as Hinduism, as well as other comparisons that they all believe in life after death amongst other comparison and contrast between each of them (Ghazzawi, 2016). The similarities between these three Abrahamic religions (Judaism, Hinduism & Christianity) are stronger than their differences,…

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    3 Categories Of Religion

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    I'm am going to be talking about three different categories of religion. The first category i'm going to be talking about is called, Abrahamic. The first religion i'm going to be writing about is Judaism. Abraham is the founder of Judaism and this is a monotheistic religion which mean's that they believed in one God. Later in time God gave Moses the Torah to present it to the Jewish people. The next one is called "Christianity". Christianity was founded by, Jesus Christ who had claimed to have…

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    Although Islam had come into existence a century earlier, it quickly developed a systematised theology that adopted early on opinions about other religions, the Abrahamic religions notwithstanding. The immediate territorial expansion after the death of Muhammad included Christian centres of Byzantium. The Christians were no strangers to dealing with other religions, and the different churches in Syria,…

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    The author argues that the discrepancies of Abraham's story of journey to Mecca are not isolated to within the Abrahamic religions but rather; even within the realms of Islam do discrepancies about Abraham’s journey to Mecca appear. The author hypothesizes that the major reason for the discrepancies between Christians, Jews and Muslims in how the story of Abraham was narrated was because of the infiltration of indigenous practices that were common at the time, which bled into the way the story…

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    Judaism and Islam are Abrahamic religions who base their core beliefs off the teachings of the prophet Abraham. In the Islamic faith tradition the word of the Qur’an is considered sacred and is the basis of their core beliefs. Islam efficiently works towards promoting peace, tolerance and understanding to other religions, which can be seen through an examination of the doctrinal, ritual, narrative, ethical and social dimensions of religion. Islam is an Abrahamic religion whose doctrinal…

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    known as Zoroastrians, a religion that was founded in the Persian Empire, which is now Iran. This religion used to be one of the biggest religions, as the Persian Empire spanned from what is now Afghanistan to Greece, until Persia was taken over by the Prophet Mohammad in the 7th century and the Persians became Muslim. Today, there is a lack of knowledge about Zoroastrianism, most importantly about the beliefs of its followers, its history and its influence on other religions. The Zoroastrian…

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    ‘Religion’ is a volatile word with an almost subjective meaning. The problem with attempting to define ‘Religion’ is that how can a single word be used to cover so many different types of cultures and means of prayer, worship and rituals? It is, however, useful as a word to describe the type of thing we are aiming to examine, without specifying what it really is. There have been many different attempts at defining religion and these come from a range of philosophical and anthropological fields…

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    The topic of what exactly constitutes a World Religion is one mired in controversy due to the label being a typology which divides religious traditions into categories that some criticize as being non-inclusive of traditions that do not meet the established criteria--mislabeling them as something other than a religion. The World Religions category generally includes the traditions of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism; though some like to to include Sikhism, Zoroastrianism, and…

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    naturalism, and pantheism (Groothuis, 2011). Monotheism is the belief in a single all-powerful god, as opposed to religions that believe in multiple gods. [5] Judaism encompasses the religion, philosophy, culture and way of life of the Jewish people. [5] Christianity is an Abrahamic monotheistic religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, who serves as the focal point for the religion and Islam is widely practiced forms of monotheism. [5] The most appropriate Apologetic method, in…

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    Hinduism is the dominant religion in South Asia mostly in India and Nepal. Hinduism states that Brahma is the creator and source of all creation. Hindus believe that their job is to be honest, patience, compassion, and to not harm other living beings. Hinduism is also sort of famous for the sacred Aum sound believed to be the first sound at the start of creation. Hinduism does not have a specific time of origin or a specific founder. The religion seems to have always existing. It is a collection…

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