Three Religious Traditions

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Three of the most essential religious traditions of the world, the Christian, the Jewish, and the Islam, have been realized as monotheistic and there are several factors in all these religions which are similar to each other. One of the most prominent questions concerning these three religious traditions is whether they all worship the same God…

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In a reflective analysis of the origin and history of all the three religious traditions, it becomes obvious that Judaism, Christianity, and Islam worship the same God. It is obvious that the God of Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac and Jacob has been worshiped by Jews, Muslims and Christians, though there is vital difference in the understanding of the nature of God in these religions. Thus, it becomes clear that Judaism which is historically the first to start off also provided the base for the monotheistic traditions of the other two religions. The history of Abraham in the three religions offer striking parallelism among these religions and the Judeo-Christian tradition believe that it was Isaac who was offered as a sacrifice to God while the Islam tradition claims that it was Ishmael. Whatever the truth of this may be, it is obvious that all these three religious traditions have the same origin and they share the faith in the same God, although named differently. Therefore, in a profound analysis of the history of origin and faith of the Christian, the Jewish, and the Islam traditions, I am greatly convinced that the Jews, Muslims and Christians all worship the same God.
The religious traditions of the Christians, Jews, and Muslims have several elements in common as they are all monotheistic and have the same o ...
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