What Are The Three Religions Essay

comparative Essay
885 words
885 words

Many times people got into fights, ended friendship, and even got into violence because of disagreements on matters of faith or religious. Sometimes knowing more about other religious might help people avoid confects between each other, and eventually might lead to peacefully co-living together. The most famous three religions and are also called “People of the book” are Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Judaism is the oldest organized religious in the world; however, is only has 14 million followers around the world most of them center in North America. Christianity, came after Judaism and have two billion followers around the world, and that’s about one third of the world population. Finally, Islam came after Judaism and Christianity. Although …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that judaism, christianity, and islam are the three most popular religions in the world.
  • Explains that judaism, christianity, and islam are all monotheistic religions. they believe in one god, who is all knowing, all seeing and all powerful. good deeds lead to heaven, while doing the opposite leads to punishment in hell.
  • Explains that judaism, christianity, and islam are called people of the book. they believe that god has spoken to them through holy texts or books.
  • Compares the views of christianity, judaism, and islam on jesus christ.
  • Explains that jesus christ has been given respect in islam and quran but only as a prophet of god. while judaism does not believe that he is the son
  • Explains the differences between the three beliefs: the worship day is saturday for jews, sunday for christians, and friday for muslims. each of these religions follows a different set of laws.
  • Concludes that religions and differences in beliefs do not create conflicts, but people themselves create them. people who miss interoperating god's message corrupt the peace of this world.

The meaning of that is in these three religions they believe in one God, and he is all knowing, all seeing, and all powerful. They believe that they need God to help them because humans are subject to sin. The three religions also believe in good and evil and that humans choose which they want to be. Other common things are Heaven and Hell, and basically in all of them doing good deeds and not committing any sins will lead believers to heaven. On the other hand, doing the opposite will lead to punishment in the Hell. In the three religions there are Angels and Demons. Mainly, they think that Angels will reward the good in Heavens, and Demons will punish the bad in …show more content…

The biggest difference in my opinion might be how each of one view Jesus Christ. In Christianity Jesus Christ is the son of God and he is one with him and the Holy Spirit in what Christians call Trinity “and behold, a voice out of the heavens said, "This is My beloved Son, in whom I am well-pleased" (Matthew 3:17). On the other hand, Judaism and Islam don’t believe in Trinity or that Jesus is the son of God. Islam acknowledge Jesus as a true prophet from God, and that he was born from Virgin Mary “O Maryam! From where have you got this? ' She

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