Judaism Essay | The Struggle of Abraham's Children

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The Struggle of Abraham's Children

Summary: The largest three faiths in the world today, Judaism, Islam, and Christianity, were all born from the same prophet. Abraham is the centerpiece from which all three of these religions materialized. They are all monotheistic; they believe in the one God, Allah, Elohim, Yalweh, or the Father, depending on the religion.
The Epic Struggle of the Children of Abraham

The largest three faiths in the world today, Judaism, Islam, and Christianity, were all born from the same prophet. Abraham is the centerpiece from which all three of these religions materialized. They are all monotheistic; they believe in the one God, Allah, Elohim, Yalweh, or the Father, depending on the religion. Each of these religions has their own sacred texts and belief system, but essentially share the same concept. God created the world out of nothing and created man out of his own image. God is also depicted quite differently by each of the individuals within the specific religions. Yahweh is created as unattractive but still very imposing. Allah is created as majestic, all-powerful, and wise. But, he is also shown as compassionate and kind, and does not walk among humans. And Christians view God as divine...

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