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    False Prophets

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    The Lord Jesus Christ tells that people will come to know “false messiahs and false prophets who will appear and perform great signs and wonders to deceive” (Matthew 24:24). Although many false messiahs and false prophets have been a part of the earth since Jesus Resurrection, who seek to betray humans or persecute the true followers of Christ, there has never been an adequate worldwide fulfillment of the Lord’s words until the Tribulations during the first part of the 20th century. Since…

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    Rise Of Islam Analysis

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    quickly after the demise of Muhammad through exceptional victories both at changing over unbelievers to Islam and by the military successes of the Islamic group 's adversaries. Extension of the Islamic state was a reasonable advancement, since Muhammad himself had effectively settled the new confidence through change and success of the individuals who remained against him. Instantly after the Prophet 's passing in 632, Abu Bakr, as the first Caliph, proceeded with the push to annul agnosticism…

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    today’s society, Christianity and Islam continue to structure the way people live. According to my findings, Islam is the religion that intrigued me the most. Islam is the most widely practiced religion in the world. Islam, respectively, is a complex and popular religion and has an interesting history to go along with its rich culture. Islam is an in depth faith that shares many spiritual similarities and differences with Christianity. One reason I chose Islam instead of Christianity is…

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    Judaism, Christianity and Islam are monotheistic religion that they believe in one God. Three religions are the most popular religions that everyone got familiar with it. They all believe that universe is created by God, the highest leader of their religion. Each one have the holy book that believed it was words from the God and have rules that it is forbidden or not. To better understand these religions, there will be differences and similarities in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Judaism…

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    Temple Mount Jerusalem has long been referred to as one of the most holy geographical locations on Earth and home to the sacred Temple Mount. Temple Mount has served as a central location for religious worship to numerous different religions and rulers, yet despite this unity, it has caused much separation throughout the land. The history of the Temple Mount dates back to a time filled with religion, bloodshed, and conflict and has continued this pattern century after century. Permanently…

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    Persecution in the name of religion has occurred throughout history and continues around the globe. Expressions of persecution may be subtle and individual, such as the teasing of an Islamic child for wearing a head covering, to acute and global, such as terrorist attacks and war. The study of religious persecution is more than the study of an interesting phenomenon: It is the study of a violation of human rights. Sociologists can add to the understanding of religious persecution and aid in its…

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    The Islamic Faith

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    terrorist. This is very unfair because most Muslims are very peaceful and tolerant of other groups. I wanted to look into the difference and similarities that different groups of Muslims have across the globe. I wanted to compare the different sect of Islam as well as how different each group of Muslims are depending on where they are…

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    Christianity and Islam In the religions of Christianity and Islam, there are many differences. Each of these religions has its own beliefs and practices that differ from the other’s beliefs and practices. Some differences between the two religions are their practices, scriptures, and their belief of God. Christianity consists of individuals who believe in the mission of Jesus Christ. Followers of Christianity, called Christians, believe Jesus Christ is “The Son” of the Holy Trinity. They…

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    Christianity the Koran is equivalent in Islam. However, Muslims view Jesus as a prophet but not as the son of God. Muslims claim that upon conquering the city of Jerusalem in the year 638 they found the Temple Mount to be in an abandoned state. The platform was restored and on it, they built the Dome of the Rock which was completed in the year 691. Referring to the Temple Mount as the Haram Al-Sharif or the Noble Sanctuary Muslims consider it as the third holiest site in Islam. It is the belief…

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    The three major Middle Eastern religions of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism are fundamentally connected in terms of their history and eschatological beliefs. All three are indebted to the now mostly extant religion of Zoroastrianism as a major source of those beliefs. Eschatological themes likely originated in the Middle East through the Zoroastrian religion in Persia. In other religions, existence was usually assumed to end or become insubstantial at death. Zoroastrian developed a consistent…

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