Udaism And Christianity Comparison Essay

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udaism, Islam, Christianity comparison - Are there similarities? You are given the choice of learning to play one of three instruments: violin, oud, or piano. Most individuals are familiar with two of the choices. An oud is a short-necked fretless lute with five (or six) double-courses of strings tuned in fourths and traditionally played with an eagle's quill. The oud is valued as the "prince of instruments" by the Arabs. All three instruments have strings, are classical by design, and produce melodic results when mastered. Could you select an instrument based on these similarities? Judaism, Islam, or Christianity -- all believe in an omniscient God, prophets, and life after death. Again, what similarities would affect your choice? Let us examine these three monotheistic religions which are based on faith in God. Judaism believes there is one God who cannot be made up of parts. To attempt to divide God's oneness is seen as a pagan throwback to many gods. Islam embraces an immaterial, invisible God -- one…show more content…
The first person whom the Bible calls a prophet was Abraham. But Moses established the standard of comparison for all future prophets, having received a specific and personal call from God (Exodus 3). In Luke 4:14-21, Jesus Christ reveals that He is fulfilling the prophet Isaiah's words (Isaiah 61:1-2). Both Judaism and Islam are similar in that they do not recognize Jesus as the Son of God or His sacrifice for the forgiveness of sin (crucifixion). Judaism, Islam, Christianity comparison -- Are there similarities or one main difference? The prophet Isaiah paints a prophetic portrait of Jesus Christ, the Messiah (Isaiah 53). All the other prophets' remains have decayed. Only Jesus Christ's tomb remains empty (Luke 24:25-27, 44). What choice is there
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