To have faith in someone on past knowledge, according to McCloskey, is reasonable however; it is unreasonable to have faith in God as we have no past knowledge of God. Theists base their knowledge of God on the revelations that He has given us, the Bible, and the
Muslims know only of one Supreme Being and that is Allah” (Difference Between). There is also a great dissimilarity in how God and Allah perceive those who sin. God can pardon those who go against him while Allah is strict and wants those who sin to be penalized accordingly. Christians have a god with a son called Jesus, which is accordingly dissimilar in Islam; in Islam Allah is the supreme deity that has no sons. “Jesus, or "Isa", as he is known in the Quran, is well mentioned, but with several critical distinctions.
“A Journey Through The Old Testament” SUMMARY: For many Christians the Old Testament is daunting and confusing. The books are long and speak about a culture dramatically different form our own. This wonderful book by Elmer L. Towns, “A Journey Through the Old Testament” does not substitute for reading the Old Testament, but Mr. Towns has provided a wonderful “journey” in understanding the people of the Old Testament and a view of the Coming Messiah. His works speak to the intellect as well as to the heart of how God prepared the world in His image – and His hope for mankind.
This bond is best portrayed in the relationship of a covenant where marriage is seen as a mechanism for growing, healing and maturing through time, mirroring the relationship between God and his people.  As the two became one flesh, we should understand this was a godly ideal meant to remain intact forever (Gen 2:24). Marriage to family is outlawed (Lev. 20:19) and marriage to foreigners was seen as dangerous (1 Kings 11:1-2-10; 2 Cor. 6:14-15).
Both inherited from Judaism a belief in one God who created the world and cares about the behaviour and beliefs of human beings. Islam and Christianity have many similarities as well as differences. “In the beginning, human being created a God Who was the First Cause of all things and Ruler of heaven and hell.” (Armstrong 1993) Islam and Christianity are both monotheistic religions meaning belief in only one God. In Islam God is the only One worthy of worship and there is no one who can take His place. Islam firstly establishes the fact that there is surely One God “Allah” and no one else is to be tolerated in His place.
Believers practicing loving God with all their mind would be a witness to this world and even a way of reaching out in compassion and gentleness we have left behind by burying our arguments in our Bibles and not engaging the questions raised by the lost. Understanding where Evangelicals have fallen intellectually will help foster obedience to Christ’s command to love God with all of our mind. The major arguments held by critics Richard Hofstadter, George M. Marsden, and Alister McGrath, declare modern Evangelicalism anti-intellectual. Some of the main reasons for this are the average Evangelicals fear of defending their faith, the separation of the spiritual and secular, and the slothfulness Evangelicals have to
Another role is that a wife is to be obedient to their own husbands. This command can be found in Ephesians 5:22, “Wives, be subject to your own husbands, as to the Lord,” also in 1 Peter 3. It is not meaning that a wife can not have her own thoughts; it is to ensure that the husband and wives work together so that they are not pulling in different directions, but that they are sharing a mutual goal. “To be keepers at home”, is a common role for wives. Since the husband’s role is to go out and provide a living for his family, the wives job is to look after the home.
For the last century, philosophers have focused on problems concerning religious language. After understanding that language is the way that we communicate concept, trying to describe concepts that no one physically sees and hears, such as God became a massive dilemma. Religious believers have to use language to make statements about God and his being and aspects known to be able to express human understanding. How do the meanings of words change when applied to God? To use univocal or universal language for God raises the problem being that if we argue God is ‘all loving,’ we would also be able to describe a loved one as such, thus demining his almighty status as a supreme being, so how can we use words to accurately describe God?
In the Judaism religion it is not believe that the “messiah has come” where as Christians have viewed Jesus as the Messiah who was here once and whom will return again for its followers. Islam like Christianity believes in the works of a prophet Muhammad. Unlike Christianity and Judaism they Islam has two books one is the Quran which they belief is the word of God himself, and the Sunna which is the works and traditions of the prophet. The covenant is the Jewish view that by acknowledging God and his word, God has chosen them as his people. Good deeds are part of every one of them; faith and action play a major role in Christianity and Islam, where as in Judaism is a way of living and also believing and literally sticking to the Old Testament with little or no flexibility.
They also share the Jewish first commandment, which states "You shall put no other gods before me." All three are monotheistic. Islam and Judaism do not believe in the Trinity, unlike Christians, who believe in the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit (Nosotro). They hold that prayer is a way to speak and be close with God. Muslims believe the Kaaba was built by Abraham and his first son Ishmael and is the first mosque.