In order to have eternal life we have to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, and confess our sins and that God is who He says he is. Theology according to a Christian worldview starts ... ... middle of paper ... ... Postmodernist believe there is no god, and Cosmic Humanist believe that everything is god. Their views on morality are also different. Christians believe that our basis for morals should be based on God and His character. Muslims believe that morals come from God’s decrees.
The difference is Christians has three forms of God which are the father, son and the holy spirit. Whereas, Islam believe Jesus is neither the God, nor the son of God. He was a human prophet, but not divine. In common the two religions share mutual similarities that there is only one God, hell and heaven, and people should follow the holy scriptures of God and teachings of the prophets. Meanwhile, the biblical fact states that there is one and only one God not many Gods.
Because Christians do not believe humans made themselves or occurred "naturally," we do not believe we are free to do whatever su... ... middle of paper ... ...? Our own ethics must be built on revealed truth. Over time the Church has spoken out on moral issues. Each teaching of the Church is built on some more basic ethical truth. Each of these truths is built ultimately on the Ten Commandments, which originated with God Himself.
The Quran has repeatedly and affirm that God is one. People of the Book, do not go to excess in your religion, and do not say anything about God except the truth: the Messiah, Jesus, son of Mary, w... ... middle of paper ... ...vealed in Jesus Christ (Murad). Mohammed is seen as one who wrote down the revelation entrusted to him by angel Gabriel; Jesus is one, who was himself the definitive revelation of God (Murad). Classic Christian theology holds that, as God incarnate, Jesus reveals God and makes restoration to him possible through his saving death and resurrection. The Islamic criticism of the doctrine of Trinity is a more fundamental concern about the identity of Jesus Christ himself (McGrath 204).
Today, Unitarians draw from a many different religious traditions and do not focus on doctrine and creeds as much as love and justice between human beings. This is also why, now, Unitarian arguments against the Trinity are scarce (“Holy Trinity”). Jehovah’s Witnesses, on the other hand, is a Christian group that was founded in the United States but rejects the doctrine of the Trinity. With many of their beliefs based on Arianism, they believe that God the Father is the one and only true God, and Jesus is his Son. They also believe that the Holy Spirit is merely an acting-force and not an actual being (“Holy Trinity”).
Both of the creationisms are theories. Religious creationism might be considered as blind faith because no proofs are given but it focuses on what has been thought since always, instead, scientific creationism has proofs and explanations of what has been happening depending on Earth’s changes and the nature. Religious creationism starts with the inception of a supreme being also named God, and scientific creationism starts with the Hadean eon. People who think that Earth was made by God believe in this because of their faith in him and his word. Religious theory of creationism is hypothetical since it is considered possible without having proofs to verify it.
Since it is taught by the yogis that everything is God, it then stands to reason, man is God. Christianity, on the other hand, teaches us there is a clear distinction between man and God. Since God is the Creator, we are one of his creations and created “in the image” of God. Unlike the yogis, the Bible presents man’s primary problem to be sin -- a failure to conform to God’s character and standards. The solution is Jesus Christ’s death on the cross.
Christianity believes in one true God, while Islam rejects this concept. Christianity consists of the trinity, showing himself into three Persons, whereas Islam beliefs are that there is only one true God. Islam’s don’t accept the role of Jesus as the son of God. Christians believe that only God is good and therefore only God is able to save a person, and Jesus came down from Heaven to save mankind and so this is Gods role in salvation whereas I...
He doesn’t believe that the bible is credited to the word of god, but it is by someone who has just created their own stories and accounts the one and only Jesus Christ. Thomas Paine’s argues is that there is a god, but it is his own mind and not what a book of stories that have been written with no accountability. Thomas Paine states that he believes in the good of man instead of an organized religion. We make our own choices based on our own being rather than what someone who is supernatural tells us. Empirical falsehoods are stated throughout the book.
Therefore, it is the Supreme Being in the world. Knowledge ascribed in various passages of the Christian biblical analogies books and many recognize that God is the Father of Jesus , the Son and the human flesh when Mary bore him . With this belief , the father gave the world his only son as the only channel to salvation. The son has fulfilled the promise of God through the help of the Holy Spirit who dwells with men in the world.