I'm writing a paper about the contemporary issues facing the Western religious traditions of Christianity, Judaism & Islam. I need help with the historical connections and theological similarities of all three with each other and the contemporary struggles between all three with each other.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com September 21, 2018, 1:33 pm ad1c9bdddf - https://brainmass.com/religious-studies/abrahamic-religions/monotheistic-religions-405218
I'm writing a paper about the contemporary issues facing the Western religious traditions of Christianity, Judaism & Islam. I need help with the historical connections and theological similarities of all three with each other and the contemporary struggles between all three with each other.
? The Religious traditions of Christianity, Judaism & Islam
Judaism is viewed as the religion of a chosen people (Jews). Judaism is a monotheistic faith that is drawn from and practiced through the Hebrew Scriptures. In Judaism, Yahweh (God) is the Father of a chosen people. Based on Jewish religious beliefs, human beings are made in the image of God, and have a spiritual and immortal soul. People have free will and have the agency to obey God's laws. Based on the practicing faith of Judaism, each person must obey God's commandment, develop morally and to live in peace. They adhere to religious duties referee to in the Mitzvah. Jewish people are to adhere to attributes of charity, good deeds, respect for human dignity, and humility (Nigosian, 1994).
Christian faith is rooted in their belief in Jesus Christ. Christians hold that human nature is basically evil due to the fall of Adam and Eve. However, by following the teachings of Christ, they can repent of wrongdoing. Their sins are forgiven by God's grace through Jesus Christ. Most Christians believe that human beings have the power to choose good over evil. They hold that the evil in human nature can be corrected by God's grace. Christians practice their faith through the Holy Bible that consists of the Old Testament (Hebrew Scriptures), and the New Testament (outlining the work ...
This solution compares and contrasts the three monotheistic religions, Judiasm, Christianity, and Islam