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Abrahamic Religions

By: Maria and Bianca
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Bianca Rivera

on 9 February 2011

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Abrahamic Religions By: Bianca and Maria Judaism Islam Christianity Abraham and Moses Abraham is the founder.
Moses, along with Abraham,
are the two Prophets. The Talmud, the Torah, and the Mishnah The Sacred Text of Judaism The Synagogue Place of Worship The Followers Sacred City Western Wall Jerusalem Ritual Ceremonies Bar mitzvah Yom Kippur Rosh Hashanah Shofar Salvation Heaven Hell Diffusion Family Code of Conduct The Ten Commandments Deity Yahweh/God The Basic belief of Judaism was started
when Abraham and God shared an agreement:
people worship and obey in return for
protection and love. The basic belief of Christianity
is Jesus is God's son and mankind's
savior. Sacred Cities Bethlehem Jerusalem Place of Worship Salvation Heaven and Hell Sacred Text The Holy Bible Churches Deity GOD Founder Jesus Christ Prophets Abraham and Moses Jesus Christ Ritual Ceremonies Baptism Diffusion Disciples Followers 1.7 billion 1/4 of world's population Code of Conduct The Ten Commandments The basic belief of Islam, is
the five pillars. The Five Pillars There is no God but Allah and his prophet is Mohammed
Pray five times a day in the direction of Mecca
Give to the poor
Fast during Ramadan
Make a pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in your lifetime. (Hajj)

Diety Allah Also the Code of Conduct Salvation Paradise and Hell Sacred Text Qur'an or Koran Founder Mohammed Ritual Ceremonies Ramadan Prophets Diffusion Bedouins (migrating herders) Place of Worship Mosque Sacred Cities Followers 1.3 billion (2002)
Sunni Muslims (83%, believe in prayer & Koran)
Shiite Muslims (17%, follow religious leader & based in Iran Abraham Moses Jesus Mohammed Hebrew Bible = The Tanakh
Then it became the Talmud Judaism is the "religion, philosophy, and the way of life". The Grand Mosque
in Mecca The Prophet's Mosque in Medina Mecca Medina Jerusalem Prophets
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