Compare And Contrast Monotheistic Religions

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Currently Christianity is the one monotheistic religion with the most converts, Islamic is the fastest growing, and Judaism is the second most popular religion in the United States, behind christianity. These three monotheistic religions were all established in different eras, but they have many similarities and differences. The similarities and differences between the religions is their holy books and the sacred city/ where they originated. There is also conflict amongst these three religions that is still going on today. To begin with, Christians, Jews , and Muslims all have holy books, but they contain different contents. Each religion also has a different place that they go to to read these books and worship their God. Christians, go to a church and read the bible, Muslims go to a mosque and read the koran, and Jews go to synagogues and read the torah. Each holy book of these religions say something different about their God, but they all potentially believe in the same God. They all believe there is one God and he takes care of everybody that believes in him. Christians believe God is just called God, Muslims believe their God is called Allah, and Jews believe he is called …show more content…
Each religion was formed and started in the Middle East. They also all have the same holy city, which is Jerusalem. Each monotheistic religion believes that the Messiah will return to the region it originated from, so all the Messiahs would be in the Middle East. But there will be a different Messiah sent for each religion. Other obvious similarities between the three religions is the fact that they all only believe in one God, they all share the Old Testament, and they all come from Abraham and his sons Ishmael and Isaac. Lastly, all three faiths worship the god of Adam, Abraham, and Moses- Creator. These three religions are the only monotheistic religions in the