Judaism, Christianity, and Islam: Can One Exist Without the Other?
“Human beings must be known to be loved; but Divine beings must be loved to be known. One will find religions have similarities despite individual practices.” Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all relate to each other, yet all have distinct differences.
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are three monotheistic religions that share many beliefs. Jews and Muslims stress the singularity and unity of God, addressing one all-powerful God and through him all things are made. Christians share this ...view middle of the document...
). All three religions believe humans are superior creatures on Earth and were made in God’s vision, created with mystery, allowing for growth and discovery. Judaism, Christianity, and Islam claim to have received the final revelation; through a scholarly standpoint one can see the three are intertwined; sharing origins, history, beliefs, and future. Judaism and Christianity both acknowledge the Bible, Prophets, and Jesus; despite the conflicting views of Jesus as the Son of God and Jesus being a “false Prophet.” Islam acknowledges Muhammad and the Qur’an as the final revelation, yet Muslims acknowledge Jesus as a Prophet. Ultimately these three monotheistic religions believe in one, all-powerful God. The history of each individual religion allows one to recognize the connections amongst the three, bringing about questions and doubt. However Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all justify their elusive beliefs through mystery, allowing for growth and hope; and with hope “paradise” can be reached, God prevailing.
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are all uncanny; yet all three are major world religions. The origin, history, and future of all three religions relate and cross paths. Despite several distinct differences of the three, one can conclude that one of the religions cannot exist without the other.