Judiasm: Common Ground With Christianity

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675 words
675 words

Judiasm common ground with Christianity: Judaism and Christianity relate more to each other than any other two religions. Known by many, the son of God himself was a practicing Jew. Jesus’s twelve disciples practice Judaism even his family took part in practicing Judaism. Jewish people like Christians’ believe that there is one God which means the Jewish religion is monotheistic. There are many other similar beliefs and ideas between the religions of Judaism and Christianity. Jewish people and Christians both have a version of the New Testament that they follow. The Jewish people and Christians both believe in the councils and both kept the canons for authority. Another common ground is that they both believe that their God is Jehova, the God of Abraham. Many people believe that Judaism does not think that Jesus Christ lived at all. That happens to not actually be true, there is too much historical …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that judaism and christianity relate more to each other than any other two religions. the son of god himself was a practicing jew.
  • Explains that jews and christians both believe in the councils and kept the canons for authority. judaism does not believe that jesus christ lived at all.
  • Explains that judaism began in canna in the middle east in what is now called israel. the jewish calendar dates back nearly 5,000 years but according to many scholars it began when abraham was born.
  • Explains that abraham left judaism when god persuaded him that if he left his family who believed in the worship of idols that would be blessed with a great nation.

As a matter of fact the Jewish people believe that Jesus as a matter of fact was crucified on the cross which is exactly what Christians believe. In the Christian religion they believe that there are angels in the world as shown in Luke 15:10 “In the same way, I tell you, there is a joy in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner who repents.” This displays another common ground between Christianity and Judaism. In the torrah (which is basically the Jewish version of a bible) it is written in Mathew 22:30 “At the resurrection people will neither marry nor be given in marriage; they will be like the angels in heaven.” Demons are also prevalent in both the Jewish and Christianity this is shown in the Bible when it is written in Revelation 12:9 indicates: “The great dragon was hurled

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